Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Chooses GLDS to Power Broadband Expansion for FTTH, VoIP and Next-Gen Internet Services
Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Chooses GLDS’ Full Suite of Billing & Provisioning Solutions to Power Broadband Expansion for FTTH, VoIP and Next-Gen Internet Services
Carlsbad, Calif. – June 23, 2014 – Great Lakes Data Systems, Inc. (GLDS), the leading provider of subscriber management and billing systems for small and medium-sized broadband service providers, today, announced that St. Regis Mohawk Tribe has selected GLDS’ full suite of WinCable® billing & provisioning solutions to power its broadband expansion.
WinCable is the leading billing & service provisioning platform among small to medium-sized broadband service providers and offers the tools necessary to effectively manage FTTH, Digital Video, VoIP, High Speed Internet and other next-gen services. The tribe will leverage a powerful combination of GLDS’ solutions to deploy double-play services to its expanding footprint of fiber-based services.
“We researched a number of broadband management platforms and found that GLDS offered the most comprehensive solution,” stated Jeff Beekhoo, General Manager at St. Regis. “I was impressed with GLDS’ ability to analyze a fairly complex project and provide solutions that not only met our growing needs, but meet them cost-effectively.”
St. Regis will use GLDS’ WinCable for enterprise billing and subscriber management, SuperController™ for provisioning of double-play services over FTTH, Service Provisioning Gateway (SPG) for automated voice provisioning, WinForce tech™ for empowering field technicians, MyBroadbandMarket for web-based customer self-care, WinVoIP for call detail record billing, WinPay for automated payment processing and more.
“GLDS goes to great lengths to ensure we stay ahead of industry technology requirements. Our customers need the quickest path to new revenues and GLDS works hard to ensure we’re a part of the solution,” said GLDS’ President Garrick Russell. “St. Regis will offer top-notch, cutting-edge services and we’re pleased to provide them with tier-one subscriber management functionality, without the tier one price.”
About the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe
The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe received a Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) grant in 2011 to build a fiber-to-the-home network to create new jobs and bring new business to the territory. The grant enables the tribe to increase public computer access, promote digital literacy and provide educational opportunities to youth, seniors, persons with disabilities and the unemployed.