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"XL Axiata identified the migration of AXIS subscribers and products to the XL billing system as a necessary and important step in the consolidation of assets after the acquisition."

XL Axiata performed the billing migration, with Amdocs selected as the prime systems integrator with end-to-end responsibility. XL Axiata was able to perform a quick migration, ahead of schedule and with minimal revenue leakage.

This case study provides:
an overview of the business environment and business challenge
details of the migration process, activities and timelines
business benefits achieved through the migration.

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