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Vancouver, BC, June 9, 2016 – Incognito Software Systems Inc. today announced that it has acquired Boston-based Active Broadband Networks (“ABN”) Operations Support Systems (OSS) solutions business. The acquisition is Volaris Group’s (now Lumine) third acquisition in the Communications vertical market.
With their deep understanding of internet broadband operator needs, ABN develops OSS solutions that help Communication Service Providers (CSPs) analyze subscriber-based broadband habits and dynamically bill them based on their usage. ABN has customers in North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Europe.
The acquired ABN business line becomes a business unit of Incognito, headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.
“We are eager to grow our solution suite and customer base through acquisition” said Stephane Bourque, CEO of Incognito. “ABN’s products provide us with the opportunity to offer innovative new solutions to help our customers analyze and monetize the very high demand for data services from their broadband subscribers.”
Incognito Software Systems Inc. provides service orchestration software and services that help digital service providers manage the next-generation broadband experience. Over 200 customers worldwide, including Claro, Cox, Digicel, Globe, and Orange, leverage Incognito solutions to fast-track the introduction of innovative broadband services over fiber, cable, fixed wireless technologies, while delivering a great customer experience. The company is a division of the Lumine Group, a portfolio of Constellation Software Inc., the largest independent software company in Canada. Visit www.incognito.com or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.