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TrueMove Analyzes Data With Neuralitic

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MONTREAL -- Neuralitic Systems, the leading provider of mobile data intelligence solutions for mobile operators, has broken new ground in Asia with the signing of a new deal with Thailand’s TrueMove. The mobile operator will utilize Neuralitic’s SevenFlow™ software suite to perform highly sophisticated mobile data analytics on their subscriber base to better understand user behaviours and trends and to further strengthen their marketing and competitive position in the Thai market.

“While Neuralitic has made significant inroads with mobile operators in Asia, Europe and North America, TrueMove represents our first contract in Thailand,” says Stephen Kerwick, Vice-President, Marketing Science and Analytics for Neuralitic Systems. “We are particularly excited about working with TrueMove as they are a growing and dynamic company that stands at the forefront of the country’s mobile operator community, and is an innovator in converged communication applications. With SevenFlow, TrueMove will be able to create service offerings that are even more in line with the individual interests of its customers.”

TrueMove Co. Ltd.

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