AT&T Mexico collaborates with Amdocs

Five-year agreement, which includes the migration of Amdocs applications, will enable the quick adoption of the latest 5G innovations, facilitating new business models as AT&T Mexico’s network evolves.

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Amdocs will act as a cloud migration partner for AT&T Mexico as it transitions its Amdocs database and application workloads to the public cloud.

Amdocs Customer Experience Suite (CES) will migrate from AT&T Mexico on-premise to the cloud as part of this initiative. This will allow flexibility and capacity growth, better preparing them for new initiatives from 5G and peak retail season, providing a superior customer experience.

“AT&T Mexico’s cloud transition continues to be an important growth area for our business,” said Jeronimo Diez de Sollano, Chief Information Officer, AT&T Mexico. “Amdocs is a longtime partner of AT&T Mexico, and we’re excited to expand upon our work as we migrate our infrastructure to the public cloud.”

“AT&T Mexico is constantly looking into how to lead the local market with innovative services and offering focused on the customer experience,” said Shimie Hortig, President of the Americas Group, Amdocs. “By migrating its IT services infrastructure to the cloud, AT&T México can ensure the right infrastructure to support its growing business needs. We’re pleased to collaborate on this initiative.”

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