Part 3: Introducing Totogi!

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Watch this for an EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK at a soon-to-launch market disruptor 🤔 : the first and only web-scale charging engine that can handle 100% of the world’s charging volume on ONE PLATFORM.


In case you haven’t noticed, the Siebel vs. Salesforce story is repeating itself in telco.

And that’s because the majority still run their highly customized, super expensive applications on-premise. You know me! I’m always sharing case studies, articles, and podcasts trying to prove to you guys how great the public cloud is.

But today, I have something extra special to share with you. I know of a startup that has the best product for telcos that I’ve ever seen. They’re in stealth mode and haven’t yet announced themselves to the world, but they’re going to debut their product at MWC. You’ll definitely want to check them out.

I begged them to let me give you a little taste of what they’re working on, and they gave me permission to talk about a few things that will really blow your mind. So here it is:

There’s a new charging startup in the world with a super cool name: Totogi. They’re building a web-scale public cloud charging engine that can handle 100% of the world’s charging volume on one platform.

Their presentation slide looks just like the one I showed you, except instead of Siebel, it has Amdocs, Ericsson, and Huawei. And instead of Salesforce, it has Totogi.

Just like Salesforce, Totogi believes that there should be one charger for the entire world. Telcos shouldn’t have to install and wrestle with their own chargers. Totogi will be built just like Salesforce, with a focus on providing business value.

Instead of talking about infrastructure, data centers, servers, databases, Red Hat, Kubernetes, and so on, Totogi will focus on three huge business value drivers:

  • Automatic plan design
  • A super app
  • 80% lower costs than your #fakecloud solution

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