Powerlan offers Clarity in Sri Lanka

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ASX-listed software developer Powerlan has won a $3.4 million contract to supply its Clarity software to Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT), together with implementation services.

The company said the contract covered only the initial 18 months of a potentially longer relationship. The contract provides for SLT and Clarity – a wholly-owned Powerlan subsidiary – to enter a support and maintenance contract for a minimum three further years.

Under the contract, SLT has bought Clarity's Operational Support System (OSS) software modules as part of its plan to set up telephone-based transaction services for its customers.

Clarity will provide service order management, configuration management, provisioning and performance management modules as part of a platform that includes Covergys billing and customer care software.

SLT will use the system to establish a revenue-generating transaction engine. The system aims to let customers carry out transactions automatically via the telephone, from purchasing videos and music to ordering electrical services.

The roll-out is to start with SLT's ADSL and high-end services customers in November before being extended to business customers next February next year, and then residential customers in April.

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