The converged solution will save time and create business efficiency

Paris, France (PRWEB) November 04, 2015

Telarix, the leading provider of wholesale and partner solutions for communication service providers, is pleased to announce Roke Telkom and Encore as two of the latest carriers around the globe to select Telarix’s iXLink price list automation after the release of Smart Links. By utilizing iXLink they become preferred partners to the vendors deploying Smart Links.

“Encore has a mandate to work and grow our business with PTTs and Tier-1 Carriers worldwide, iXLink is the standard way most are requiring us to send and receive rates,” said Wayne Silver, CEO of Encore. “If you want to be taken seriously in our hyper-competitive business then iXLink is a must for your business as it’s a tool we know we can grow with as our business grows.”

Smart Links is an automated trading platform that utilizes a carrier’s business intelligence to completely automate trading between carriers. The tool allows carriers to create financially sound target buy and sell lists utilizing set business rules and data. The lists are automatically sent to vendors and vendors are able to match opportunities, creating a completely automated buying process.

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“We’ve been constantly innovating by adding new modules and features in iXLink, automated trading via Smart Links is the latest modules carriers across the globe have asked for,” said Tucker Davidson, Vice President Global Development for Telarix. “By purchasing iXLink, Roke Telkom and Encore have positioned themselves to take full advantage of their vendor relationships, including Smart Links.”

“We see iXLink as a necessary component to our business strategy,” said Roger Sekaziga, Chief Executive Officer, Roke Telkom. “We have already seen significant efficiencies from utilizing the software and we know our adoption of it makes us much more attractive to our vendors, as Smart Links continues to be embraced we know we are in a great position for growth.”

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