(MENAFN Press) Scope S.A.L., providers of IT & software solutions, successfully launches its new release of Short Codes Management System Pro-SCMS.
Satisfied with the outcome, MBC signed an agreement to install and use this product with the target to enhance the short codes workflow from management, hits & discrepancy control, computation & revenue sharing to content owners in all of its aspects & phases.
"We developed Pro-SCMS due to the expansion and growth of the Mobile Communication Services sector", said Mr. Leonardo Zeaiter, General Manager of SCOPE S.A.L.
"It provides a powerful yet simple approach for managing and solving the complications in dealing with short codes numbers."
Its ultimate purpose is to provide a centralized system that manages everything related to short codes, therefore removing the need to spread the work across multiple files of different types (papers, excel sheets, word documents, PDF files etc")
By installing this software, companies ensure the efficiency of the work load automation and communication between Management, Operations, Technical and Marketing departments.
It's a competent system that equally serves all the key players in the mobile and media sector. This software is valuable whether you are a service provider, client, content owner or agent, as it will help maximize your company's benefits.
With 165 million viewers, MBC is the largest media and broadcasting group in the Middle East. It has set its heart in the Arab world. MBC1 was launched in London in 1991, as the first pan-Arab free-to-air satellite station. And over the past 18 years MBC has added 8 channels, 2 radio stations, a magazine, portal websites and a production house to forge a global media group enriching people's lives through information, interaction and entertainment.
"Once Pro-SCMS is running across our departments, MBC will solve the absence of a centralized system managing short codes, and thus will avoid the redundancy of files, the difficulty in retrieving historical data, as well as the complexity of computation and revenue sharing.", concluded Miss. Rania Amer, Business Associate at MBC).