BEIJING -- AsiaInfo-Linkage, Inc., Asia’s leading supplier of BSS systems, today announced the opening of a new European office in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The office will directly support AsiaInfo’s contract with Telenor ASA (Telenor Group); a major BSS transformation project described by Telenor Denmark CEO Marek Slacik as “crucial to create a new, simpler and more efficient Telenor”. The Copenhagen premises have excellent transport links and will support AsiaInfo as the company expands its European operations.
The contract with Telenor followed the successful launch of AsiaInfo’s Veris™ BSS product suite to the EMEA market last year.
Alex Hawker, AsiaInfo Managing Director, EMEA, said: “We are delighted to establish a base in Copenhagen so we are immediately on hand for Telenor and other potential customers in the Nordic region.
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