Enxoo and LastMileXchange partner to enhance automation processes

Enxoo, is partnering with LastMileXchange on global carrier quoting and pricing processes to remove the need for manual, time consuming access quoting.

The joint solution combines the telco-specific Enxoo configure-price-quote (CPQ) engine with LMX’s global access quoting platform, connecting 400+ access vendors worldwide.

“Service providers are increasingly being challenged to move with greater agility to meet their customers’ rising expectations. Today, enterprises need services to be delivered on-demand, on-time and at-the-click. However, a traditional carrier access pricing process still relies either on a dedicated costing team, tiresome customer-by-customer negotiations or  non-binding price books. This slows down the entire sales process considerably, making it nearly impossible to handle on-demand requests,” said Artur Ostrowski, Chief Commercial Officer at Enxoo. “Together with LMX, we have developed a solution that automates processes and makes it easy for service providers to offer access network services on-demand and in real-time.”

Enxoo for Communications (EFC) provides telecom operators with a comprehensive industry-specific BSS. The backbone of the solution consists of a CPQ engine and a full-suite product catalogue with configurable products, pricing and approval rules to create complex quotes. In addition, EFC offers end-to-end automation in the areas of customer management, order management, service assurance and billing.

“We are excited to be partnering with Enxoo and bring service providers all the benefits that come from access quote automation. Enxoo and LMX have a shared vision for simple and seamless quote to cash processes which bring service providers the efficiency and service agility they are craving. This is a rare opportunity to help service providers deliver fast, accurate quotes, which in turn will drive radical sales acceleration and profitability,” said James Grant, Founder and Commercial Director at LMX.

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