Amdocs, the leading provider of customer experience systems and services, today announced that it has been named Asia Pacific’s “BSS Vendor of the Year”, “Customer Experience Management Innovation of the Year” and“Managed Support Services Vendor of the Year” in Telecom Asia’s 2012 Readers’ Choice Awards. This is the fourth consecutive year that Amdocs has received awards for product leadership from this forum. Telecom Asia is a leading online information source for telecom companies and professionals across Asia Pacific.

The Readers’ Choice Awards are held annually to recognize technology innovation and industry contributions made by top communication vendors operating in Asia Pacific. Nominations were made by analysts and consultants, with the final vote given to Telecom Asia’s online subscriber base of service provider executives across Asia Pacific.

“In receiving these three awards, Amdocs has been recognized by our voting readership of local telecommunication executives not only as an innovator and major contributor to technological advancement but also as a leading managed services provider,” said Joseph Waring, Telecom Asia group editor. “The fact that Amdocs has won the BSS award four years in a row is a real testament to Amdocs’ industry leadership and the role it has established as a trusted adviser to service providers in Asia Pacific.”

 “We are able to offer service providers solutions that address their key objectives of simplifying the customer experience, staying ahead of the competition, acquiring new capabilities to offer and monetize new services, and streamlining processes and systems to be more efficient,”said Rebecca Prudhomme, Amdocs vice president for product and solutions marketing. “We have more than 7,000 experts located in Asia Pacific, which demonstrates our commitment and ability to effectively support the business needs of our customers in this region.”

Examples of how Amdocs is supporting local service providers:

  • At Globe Telecom in the PhilippinesAmdocs is delivering a projectunder a seven-year managed services engagement for the transformation and continuous improvement of Globe Telecom's BSS and enterprise data warehouse in orderto support Globe’s objective to provide a new level of personalized customer experience.
  • At Reliance Communications, India's third-largest broadband and telecommunications company, Amdocs recently performed an upgrade of the Amdocs customer management solution used by Reliance to provideenhanced customer care to its 150 million subscribers.

Amdocs continues to lead the communications market with the launch of newsolutions, including the following announced in 2012:

Otherindustry accolades received by Amdocs in 2012 include:

 

 

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