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Ethio Telecom has launched a next generation business support system that can handle 80 million customers.

Addis Ababa: August 30, 2014 Ethio-Telecom has implemented the next generation Business Support System (NGBSS) that has a capacity of 80 million customers.

Speaking on the launch of the new technology, Ethio-Telecom’s Chief Information Officer, Nella Asrat, said, “The system will easily connect the telecom service provider to the customer.”

He said Ethiotelecom has been able to implement the technology due to the lack of infrastructure, the need for digital transformation, declining quality of service and the company being competitive.

Ethiotelecom CEO Frehiwot Tamiru ÷ The technology is self-contained, ENA reported.

He thanked Ethiotelecom for its role in making the technology a priority in its efforts to become a leading and preferred service provider.

“It shows that the work can be done from the beginning to the end with coordination and good leadership,” he said.

He said the technology, which will enable the company to meet international standards, has been tested after being tested at all levels.

“The technology project is worth $ 43 million,” she said.

Various private higher education institutions graduated their students.

Addis Ababa: August 30, 2014 (FBC) Various private higher education institutions have graduated undergraduate, graduate and technical and vocational training.

The Federal Police Commission (FPC) has announced that it has graduated its students from Gaj University College, Queens College, Great College and LL International Hotel and Tourism Training Institutions in Addis Ababa, Abebe Bikila Stadium.

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