Telesens Successfully Implements Tinterconnect Settlement System in MTS Belarus

Telesens Successfully Implements Tinterconnect Settlement System in MTS Belarus

Telesens, a leading developer of interconnect business supporting systems has successfully implemented and put into commercial operation Tinterconnect settlement system (T-IC) in MTS Belarus, a leading mobile operator of the Republic of Belarus.

Tinterconnect, the billing settlement system between telecommunication operator, will allow MTS to improve effectiveness of interconnect business by improving the completeness and accuracy of settlements with partners, timely billing and quick launch of new services, including the services of content providing.

“During the project realization of Tinterconnect implementation in MTS Belarus, we have successfully adapted the system for settlements providing on multiple operators services, including content services. In this case, a professional team of specialists in MTS Belarus helped us. We have big plans for the joint development of the system, and we are confident in our cooperation enhancement with all companies of MTS group”,

– said Shamil Nazipov, Sales and Marketing Director of Telesens.

Reference information of Telesens (Telesens IT LLC)

Telesens IT LLC is a developer and a supplier of software systems and IT services primarily for telecommunication market. The company was founded in 1998.

Telesens proposes Telesens Interconnect Business Suite (TIBS) to manage interconnect business of settlements with operators and partners for content, roaming services and settlements with clients connected via PBX. TIBS solutions allow also to carry out a detailed verification of traffic data and to ensure efficient management of traffic trade.

The Telesens customer includes: Deutsche Telekom AG (Germany), Nokia Solutions and Networks (Finland), Kyivstar (Ukraine), Atos Origin AG (Switzerland), Kazakhtelecom (Kazakhstan), Ukrtelecom (Ukraine), МТS-Ukraine, SMARTS (Russia), Ucell (Uzbekistan), life:) (Belarus), AVOlogic (USA), Kcell (Kazakhstan), Алтел (Kazakhstan), Tele2 (Kazakhstan), KazTransCom (Kazakhstan) and etc. More detailed information you can find on the site

Reference information of MTS Belarus (Mobile TeleSystems JLLC):

In June 2002, MTS began working in Belarus, and, in October 2004, it became the largest, by number of subscribers, mobile operator in the country. MTS keeps leading positions in the market for 11 years. Currently, MTS holds 46% of the Belarusian mobile market. At the end of the first half of 2015, the subscriber base totaled 5.36 million users. More information about the company can be found on its official website:

Source: Telesens

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