Sigma Systems has entered into a strategic partnership with professional services provider TMNG Global.

The partners expect to be able to push Sigma Systems’ fulfillment products into a wider range of communications service providers.

“Across the cable, mobile and fixed-line sectors, telecommunications operators are migrating to an integrated approach with flexible service bundles, while improving operational efficiencies,” said Tim Spencer, president and COO of Sigma Systems.

“With all of these changes underway, the Sigma Systems and TMNG Global alliance provides next-generation operators with a first-class resource for the strategic planning, software solutions and quick implementation needed to bring new services to market quickly to drive revenues,” Spencer added.

Sigma Systems has been gaining traction of late across the globe with an ability to unify OSS functions across multiple service types, regardless of the access networks involved.

The company’s clients include Bell Aliant, Cox Communications, Rogers Communications, Telus, YouSee and Zon Multimedia.

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