T-Mobile Implements Amdocs AI-Powered Business Assurance Solution On AWS
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T-Mobile Implements Amdocs AI-Powered Business Assurance Solution On AWS

By CIOReview | Thursday, May 19, 2022

T-Mobile implements Amdocs AI-powered business assurance solution on AWS to improve the precision of its Sprint customer streaming conversion program.

Fremont, CA: “We’re excited to be working with T-Mobile as it continues to consolidate its business, uncovering synergies that will increase agility, reduce fraud and support exceptional customer experiences. Through our continued relationship with AWS, we’re laser-focused on accelerating the cloud journeys of world class service providers like T-Mobile.” comments Anthony Goonetilleke, Group President of Technology and Head of Strategy at Amdocs. T-Mobile has implemented Amdocs' AI-powered business assurance solution on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to support the accuracy of its streaming conversion program for Sprint customers, according to Amdocs, a leading provider of software and services to communications and media companies.

“AWS and Amdocs have been great partners, providing smart billing assurance to help us drive synergies as we consolidate platforms. They have been innovative in solutioning with us as we address additional opportunities,” states Meg Knauth, Vice President of Billing at T-Mobile USA.

With its unique business assurance module, Amdocs Data and AI platform can discover deviations and discrepancies in client billing and financial information while moving to new systems. This provides data integrity, economic accuracy, and SOX compliance, reducing T-non-financial Mobile's risk.

“Amdocs and AWS continue to provide the worlds largest telecommunication providers with cloud-based services that help mitigate risk, innovate faster, and meet business-critical timelines. Through our continued relationship, T-Mobile can leverage cloud and AI to accelerate the migration to a combined customer base.” states Michael Singer, Director, North America Telecommunications, at AWS.