Mavoni Co-Delivers with IBM on Oracle OIC implementation at MTN
Mavoni Technologies, a leading provider of enterprise IT solutions, has implemented an Oracle Incentive Compensation module at MTN to help the mobile operator streamline its calculation engine that determines the commissions that it pays to its channel partners. Mavoni partnered with IBM who has been MTN's strategic IT outsourcing partner for the past 5 years.
Like many organizations, MTN wanted to reduce the time and effort it requires to accurately calculate commission payable to channel partners who distribute MTN's mobile telecommunications services including handsets, airtime and other value added services. MTN distributes its services into the South African market through channel partners such as Pepkor, Pick 'n Pay, BP and many others.
Oracle OIC implementation will allow MTN to streamline its commission payment process and transition its calculation engine from the current legacy system into a single integrated system that talks to Oracle Financials and other in-house systems.
"Oracle OIC not only provides a strong rules based incentive compensation platform with compensation plans tailored to meet the unique and diverse needs of MTN's business processes, but also includes out of box integration with other modules already used by MTN like Accounts Payables, Siebel CRM, Oracle Payroll etc" said Tinyiko Valoyi, Mavoni Technologies's CEO.
The MTN Group Limited (MTN Group) is a leading provider of communication services, offering cellular network access and business solutions. The MTN Group is listed in South Africa on the JSE under the Industrial – Telecommunications sector.
About Mavoni Technologies
Mavoni Technologies is an empowered information technology service provider focusing on the provision of enterprise IT solutions and outsourcing services to the corporate and public service sectors in South Africa. Mavoni's focus is in helping organizations to leverage technology to streamline their business processes, achieve productivity gains, lower their operational costs and ultimately win market share.