Explore how Wavelo's products fit your telecom business
A modern alternative to Business Support Systems
Connect critical business functions like customer support, field operations, address intelligence and more. ISOS scales according to the event—like scaling up when releasing new products, or down when sunsetting old ones.
Simpler, integrated business operations
Decreased cost, increased revenue
Faster time to market—weeks instead of months
"Wavelo's architecture provides an innovative approach to OSS/BSS and its flexibility is poised to unlock significant value for operators globally, which is why we're thrilled to have these solutions for all customers."
A modern alternative to Operations Support Systems
Orchestrate provisioning of mobile network service, rates and usage monitoring, account billing preparation and reconciliation, and network performance with ease—all in one system, and all while informing how your business grows.
Automated, aggregated provisioning
Flexibility to address event-driven needs
Simple integration into existing structures
Wavelo Subscriber Management enables customer support reps to manage broadband and mobile subscribers, products, plans, and invoices in a single, easy-to-use, elegant web interface. SM handles complex needs like prepaid and postpaid plans, offset billing cycles, and parent/child subscriber relationships, all right out of the box.
A2E translates API requests and responses into events and vice-versa. This allows any existing API-based services to participate in an event-driven architecture, gaining all the modularity, scale, and reliability benefits of event-based services.
ARC is Wavelo’s telecom-optimized architecture, available for CSPs, enabling them to deploy all the benefits of an event-driven approach internally. This significantly improves time-to-market for integrations between systems.
Wavelo’s product catalog service streamlines the process of adding and modifying products, offers, promotions, and discounts. CSP marketing teams can finally launch new products and offers in hours and days, instead of months.
What is event-based architecture?
Unlike APIs, which deliver an entire payload of data to answer a specific query (say, change one product specification), event-driven architecture only sends the data needed to fulfill the specific request, on demand. This means less network bandwidth consumption and less CPU utilization, cutting costs and speeding up delivery—enabling new features, functionality and better customer experiences.