Tech Mahindra, Mahindra Comviva launch new revenue experience platform

Staff writer
B/OSS Asia

Tech Mahindra and Mahindra Comviva have launched Data Revenue Booster (DRB), which allows communication service providers (CSPs) to open up additional revenue opportunities while delivering innovative services to users.

The DRB solution bridges the gap between operator networks and content services by exposing the OSS and BSS capabilities of operators to content providers and vice versa. This streamlines collaboration between digital content providers and operators, making it possible to offer unique application-specific features to end users for better experiences.

Built on Google Mobile Data Plan APIs, DRB will seamlessly support future Google Use Cases and other digital content providers.

“Digital transformation across the industry is opening up new possibilities of collaboration between CSPs and digital content providers. To realize the next step in the collaboration, Tech Mahindra is excited to bring the Mobile Data Revenue Experience platform to CSPs,” said Shailesh Patwardhan, Technical Fellow at Tech Mahindra.

“Tech Mahindra’s deep domain expertise simplifies and accelerates the integration of the solution, paving the way for a quicker realization of the collaboration benefits,” said Patwardhan.

Based on Mahindra Comviva's mBAS suite, the DRB Solution enables apps such as YouTube to trigger customized real-time data offers, leading to a seamless YouTube watching experience.

Tech Mahindra-Mahindra Comviva is collaborating with Google as one of the first partners to get on-boarded on its mobile data API platform. This integration enables Google to bring innovative features and services to products such as YouTube and reach large numbers of users by leveraging the scale that DRB provides.

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