- A top courier company in the world, has been selected by telecoms operator Globacom to offer value-added services for its new mobile network in Ghana.
Globacom, fastest growing telecom operator in Africa currently has one of two largest operators in Nigeria with more than 20 million subscribers and growing in West African region through recent launch of its network in Benin and purchase of a new operational license in Ghana.
Glo Mobile Ghana plans to fight to become market leader with a unique range of proposals for launch in 2009 according to company's expansion strategy.
The deployment of Acision products like SMSC, Acision MMSC, Acision Voicemail, Acision High Speed Proxy for mobile data services and Acision Prepaid System, according to Glo Mobile will enable Ghana to offer value-added services in an increasingly competitive market.
Glo Mobile Ghana said that Acision is operating a system of high performance with ability and flexibility to offer new communications and differentiated services. Acision has a wide range of experience that is ideal for meeting the prerequisites of Glo, company said.
"Acision is the obvious choice of partner to repeat the success we have achieved in our expansion in Nigeria to Ghana," said Mohamed Jameel, chief operating officer of Globacom group.
Mr Jameel said innovation of Acision coincides with Glo's vision to create largest and best telecommunications network in Africa. "We have established a pedigree of providing mobile services unprecedented in any market where we operate," he said.
Richard Lowe, director general of Europe and Africa for Acision said more than 20 years of experience in delivering innovative solutions, puts Acision as an ideal partner for companies and recently established operators.
"Working with Glo Mobile Ghana is very exciting for us because it shows the commitment of Acision to allow operators in emerging markets to deliver advanced messaging services more traditionally associated with mature markets. Globacom has ambitious expansion plans and is delighted to form Part of the process of partnership with them to achieve their goal," he said.
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