Comptel Corporation has announced the opening of a new office in Bangalore, India. The office will be an extension to Comptel India’s Noida Global Delivery Centre and will provide specific competencies related to the company’s Digital Service Life Cycle Management (DSLM) proposition and its FlowOne Service Orchestration solution.
Designing a service infrastructure capable of delivering dynamic digital services to today’s tech-savvy and digital native consumers requires comprehensive IT technology knowhow and deep domain understanding of complex telco environments. Through the Bangalore global delivery centre, local Comptel staff will contribute the best of the telecom and IT industries’ architecture and engineering expertise to deliver solutions for customers’ service orchestration challenges.
The office opening echoes two government initiatives, Digital India and Make in India. These programmes are aimed at the digital empowerment of citizens and encourage businesses to manufacture and sell technology, digital infrastructure and services on a global basis.
“Creating a presence in the heart of India’s IT sector is not only a key driver to our success as a business – it also allows us to play a role in India’s transformation into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy,” said Antti Koskela, EVP of Service Orchestration Business Unit. “We are very excited to welcome all the new employees in Bangalore to join our growth journey towards the Nexterday.”
The official inauguration of the new office was held on Wednesday, 13 April 2016, with an opening address by Aapo Pölhö, Finland’s Ambassador in India, to Comptel customers, partners and employees.
Comptel has enabled the delivery of digital and communications services to more than 1 billion people. Every day, it serves more than 20% of all mobile usage data. Nearly 300 service providers across 90 countries have been deployed to serve customers’ digital needs, said the company in a statement.