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Fujitsu, a leading system
integrator and provider of business, information technology and
communications solutions, has announced a regional partnership with Aldous
Sales, a leading provider of order capture software for Communication
Service Providers (CSPs).
Under the partnership, Fujitsu will develop IT solutions that incorporate
Aldous’ order capture system. The Aldous application allows CSPs to maximise
their revenues and reduce their costs by streamlining their order capture
The Aldous technology is unique, providing an order capture wizard powered
by a powerful combination of business rules coupled with a constraints
engine. This combination of technologies allows Aldous to handle the variety
and complexity inherent in a CSPs’ offerings, said David Bowden, Vice
President of Strategic Initiatives for Fujitsu.
“Fujitsu believes Aldous represents the solution for CSPs who are looking
for a simple and accurate solution to enhance their order capture process,”
The win-win partnership gives Aldous greater market penetration in Southeast
Asia for its industry-leading portfolio. In return, Fujitsu gains access to
a suite of tried-and-tested products that will ultimately boost efficiency,
quality levels and service standards for CSP customers in the region.
“Built from the ground up for CSPs using industry standards, definitions,
processes and models, Aldous acts as an accelerator for CSPs by offering
substantial out-of-the-box functionality for order capture and allowing for
rapid iterative and modular implementations. We are confident that the
partnership will bring immense benefits in terms of improved operational
productivity and enhanced customer responsiveness to Fujitsu’s customers in
the region,” said Patrice Arnera, EVP Global Sales for Aldous.
Under the agreement, Fujitsu will resell, distribute, promote and market the
multi-channel, multi-product order capture system developed by Aldous. Other
companies under the Fujitsu Group will also perform similar roles in
regional markets including Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos and