Cerillion experiences inks two agreements with Denmark's OpenNet
Software solutions company Cerillion has inked two agreements with Danish telecoms business OpenNet worth a combined £4.3m.
Cerillion said on Tuesday that the agreements covered a six-year contract extension in which OpenNet will upgrade its core BSS platform to Cerillion 21, the firm's latest technology.
The upgrade will include Cerillion's Enterprise Product Catalogue, allowing OpenNet to build, test and deploy new wholesale products for its partners, and will also see the client join Cerillion's Evergreen Software Programme, which facilitates ready access to future software upgrades and latest product developments.
Cerillion's new customer relationship management framework will also provide OpenNet with much greater flexibility in deployment and a more intuitive user experience,
In a second agreement, OpenNet also "significantly increased" its software licences and extended its use of Cerillion's Managed Service and private cloud platform.
Chief executive Louis Hall said: "We have established a very productive relationship with OpenNet, and are delighted to be extending it with this six-year contract. We look forward to continuing to power the ongoing growth of OpenNet's innovative and growing business."
As of 0945 BST, Cerillion shares were down 1.96% at 750.0p.