With ARTA, it’s easy to create a mobile network that is fine-tuned to your target audience’s lifestyle, including advanced location-based services and branded apps.
Location-aware technologies allow for sophisticated fleet and employee tracking, family/friend finding capabilities, advanced call routing and diversified mobile rates.
By constantly analyzing network traffic loads and automatically selecting the ideal route, ARTA delivers high quality service at minimal cost.
ARTA allows partners to introduce new apps quickly and effortlessly through the integrated ARTA AppLAB, a collaborative ecosystem where application developers team up with operators, advertisers, brands and service providers.
Artilium develops next generation mobile technologies. Our ARTA platform offers telecom operators and service providers a comprehensive suite of communication solutions. Intelligent, community-driven and future-proof, the ARTA platform allows you to present your clients with new and exciting possibilities.
The flexible ARTA architecture is designed with evolving customer preferences in mind. Whether organizations want to introduce a branded mobile network, add location-based services to the marketing mix or develop apps that entice, engage and commit, with ARTA you can deliver.
And thanks to Tri-cell Intelligent Location System (‘TILS’) integration, location-based services are no longer ‘smartphone dependent’. End-users simply download the software and subscribe, making targeted marketing, fleet and/or employee tracking an instant reality. Additionally, ARTA is a full-fledged fixed-mobile convergence platform that seamlessly integrates landline and wireless networks, and offers VoIP control functionality to boot.
- Artilium signs new MVNO agreement with iReachM Tuesday, September 09, 2014
- Artilium raises £0.5m Monday, September 01, 2014
- T-Mobile Netherlands Hosting Agreement Friday, August 22, 2014
- Half yearly results for the six months ended 31 December 2013 Thursday, March 27, 2014
- Mobile World Congress Tuesday, February 25, 2014
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