Algérie Télécom Invites Bids for RAFM Solution

Algérie Télécom has issued a request for proposal (RFP) from national and international suppliers to provide software, installation, implementation and support for a Revenue Assurance and Fraud Management (RAFM) solution.

Headquartered in Mohammedia, Algiers, the telecoms service provider continues to be a state-owned business. Algérie Télécom was established in 2003 and it creates, installs, and manages public telecommunication networks across the country. It offers fixed and mobile telephony, internet and satellite communications.

Prospective suppliers of the RAFM solution are expected to have at least 5 years of experience with deploying RA or FM solutions, and should have installed at least 10 solutions in total.

The RFP is written in French, and can be found here.

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