CARSOLI, ITALY – March 13, 2019: ETI Software Solutions and Italian consulting company Arimas have partnered to bring broadband solutions to Italy and across Europe. Service providers trust Arimas to provide strategic analysis and expertise when choosing and deploying new technologies. ETI’s solution set, Vision360, complements and strengthens the Arimos mission with cutting edge service assurance, network operations and device management tools.
“We had a very constructive meeting,” commented Arimas CEO and founder Maurizio La Rocca. “Arimas has a strong history of working with American companies to deliver the tools, products and technologies our customers need; I personally appreciated the opportunity to solidify the ties between our two organizations.”
“ETI can bring value to Arimos customers who need to simplify complex systems, reduce costs and introduce new services,” said Frank Gine, CEO, ETI Software. “Our Vision360 product line, combined with the local market expertise and deep knowledge base that Arimas has, can bullet-proof broadband providers against excessive costs, customer churn and network management issues,” said Frank Gine, CEO, ETI Software Solutions. “I am very pleased and excited about our partnership.”
Pictured above from left: Marco Silvestri and Maurizio La Rocca of Arimas with Frank Gine and Paul Bosse of ETI Software.
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