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Amdocs to Manage POST Telecom's BSS

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ST. LOUIS -- Amdocs (NASDAQ: DOX), the leading provider of customer experience systems and services, today announced the signing of a three-year application management deal with POST Telecom, the largest service provider in Luxembourg, formerly known as P&T LUXGSM. Under the agreement, Amdocs will provide application management services to support, operate and enhance the Amdocs charging, billing and customer management solutions deployed as part of POST Telecom's business support systems (BSS) modernization project.

"With our wireless business already on Amdocs' BSS platform, this agreement will enable us to expand our modernization project to our wireline customers," said Guy Mootz, head of BSS Department at POST Telecom "A single, converged BSS solution for all our lines of business will enable us to quickly deliver new and innovative offerings to our customers while driving efficiencies."

"Using Amdocs' application management services, POST Telecom will benefit from controlled and predictable costs, improved productivity and a flexible business model as they seek to provide a quad-play experience for their customers," said Rebecca Prudhomme, vice president for product and solutions marketing at Amdocs. "By bringing the expertise we have developed from working with the world's largest service providers, we can help POST Telecom maintain their position as a market leader."

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