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Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (IOH) and TIMWETECH announced the successful deployment of TIMWETECH's Digital Service Delivery Platform, which showcases Indosat's commitment to redefining partner engagements and generating innovation that benefits telecom customers.

The integration of the DSDP platform is a major step forward for Indosat's partner onboarding. This advanced platform facilitates integration processes, significantly reducing the time required to bring services to the market and fostering smooth collaboration with various partners. It proves especially effective in engaging with OTT service providers, who play a dominant role in the telco industry's digital content and service sector. The platform's cutting-edge features enhance operational efficiency, ensuring a streamlined and efficient approach to service delivery and partnerships within the dynamic telecommunications landscape. This allows Indosat to quickly launch new services and accelerate innovation.

“We are delighted to unveil the successful deployment of TIMWETECH‘s DSDP platform. This achievement underscores our commitment to delivering marvelous experiences and exceptional services and our dedication to nurturing robust partner relationships. With the DSDP platform, Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison is poised to navigate the dynamic telecommunications landscape with greater efficiency and innovation. It also fortifies our commitment to deliver a world-class digital experience to every Indonesian,” said Sanjeev Rawat, Chief Digital Officer of Indosat.

Meanwhile, Loh John Wu, Senior Vice President, Sales of TIMWETECH expressed his delight regarding the collaboration, saying, “TIMWETECH is honored to have collaborated with Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison on this transformative DSDP deployment. Our platform is designed to not only provide efficiency but also adaptability and scalability, allowing Indosat to harness technology for a competitive advantage.”

The deployment of TIMWETECH's DSDP supports Indosat's goal of becoming Indonesia's most preferred digital telco by offering a variety of new services through streamlined partner cooperation. The company aims to stay ahead of the telecom sector by lowering time-to-market and simplifying partner integration to meet changing consumer needs and help Indonesia’s digitalization.

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