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Elitecore enables CSPs to target Hospitality Wi-Fi through a Cloud-based platform

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Mumbai , India  and  Dubai , UAE 22 May , 2013

Elitecore Technologies, the global provider of Wi-Fi Service Management Platform, announced its support for Hospitality Wi-Fi business model for Service Providers, offering a centralized bundled solution with complete Wi-Fi access infrastructure and internet connectivity on a Managed Services platform.  Apart from hospitality, the Elitecore Wi-Fi SMP solution enables operators cater to different business models such as Enterprise, Residential, Mobile Data Offload, Inter-carrier wholesale, Hotspot and Location aware services.

The solution supports cloud-based model with a single platform to support multiple hotel venues. The Elitecore solution additionally benefits operators with in-built adaptors for leading 11+ hotel PMS systems towards single-largest interoperability thus, addressing a comprehensive global market for hotels, resorts and conference venues. It enables  operators with new revenue monetization through selling customized data plans to hospitality segment, incorporating security measures and creating revenue channels through commission-based settlements. It enables several revenue-sharing models between hotels and CSPs such as numbers of PINs generated, vouchers redeemed, commission based on usage, discounted rates for operator’s own subscribers through Mobile Data Offload and more.

Says Dhaval Vora, VP, Product Management, and Elitecore, “Hotel and conference visitors are a premium, unexplored segment for service providers as almost 95% visitors check for internet availability before booking. Elitecore’s regulatory-compliant solution enables operators to manage the entire hotel Wi-Fi infrastructure and its associated costs while solving present challenges faced by hotels such as additional integration with PMS gateways, unorganized Wi-Fi and recurring costs due to dedicated IT support teams.”

The solution will be entirely managed by the operator with minimal intervention from hotel IT teams which ensures end users can access Wi-Fi with good quality data speed and zero downtime. It also caters to different use case scenarios like check-in, without check-in, multiple users surfing online from the same hotel room and different speed tiers based on customer demand. A key feature of the solution is a Hotel B2B Portal by which hotels can buy PIN vouchers , track and manage usage, numbers of vouchers sold, branding and advertisement etc.

About Elitecore

Elitecore Technologies is a Carlyle group investee IT product company with presence across 90+ service providers in 30+ countries. Its pre-integrated BSS solutions comprise Billing & Revenue Management, PCRF, AAA, DSC and Wi-Fi offload, to help optimize operator networks by transferring them from a product-centric eco-system to a customer-centric one. The platform delivers high performance by applying innovations to scale CSP business offerings transforming them from existing to next-generation LTE, IMS and MVNO services. Elitecore’s capability in integrating multi-vendor IT and mobile core components, reduced time-to-market and personalized, interactive offerings enable monetization of next-generation services more effectively thus, enabling service providers act as experience providers while reducing TCO. Elitecore’s Wi-Fi service management platform (SMP) helps operators implement Wi-Fi Offload as part of their 3G-4G strategy while implementing new business models across Inter-carrier wholesale, Hospitality, Enterprise, Residential, Hotspot and location-aware.

Media Contact:

L K Pathak

AVP Corporate Communications

M: +91 9925012059

E : l.k.pathak@elitecore.com

 

 


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