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By Anuradha Shukla
TMCnet Contributing Editor


Access Commerce announced Monday that it signed a significant new contract in December 2007 with SFR (NewsAlert), the French telecommunications operator.

SFR has picked Cameleon to configure commercial service offerings as part of a project to improve invoicing and product management systems. Cameleon will be used by multiple SFR sales channels including the company’s online store, call centers and in 750 SFR-branded retail outlets.
Jacques Soumeillan, president and CEO of Access Commerce, said in a statement that this important new customer win once again demonstrates the relevance, fit and strategic value that Cameleon provides to companies selling services, which represents a major growth opportunity for Access Commerce.
Soumeillan explained that by using Cameleon, their customers reduce time-to-market for new products and make it easier to sell them through any sales channel—field sales reps, call centers, retail stores, distributors or customer self-service.
According to Access Commerce, this contract with SFR comes on top of the previously reported 19 percent growth in the Cameleon business during the first three quarters of 2007. The company believes this deal has the potential to produce significant additional revenue for Access Commerce in the coming years.
SFR is a first tier operator owned by Vivendi and Vodafone (NewsAlert), with more than 18 million customers and revenue of 8.6 billion Euros ($12.4 billion dollars) in 2006.
Access Commerce is an international provider of E-Commerce and Configurator software. The company’s Cameleon Commerce Suite helps enterprises sell products and services through multiple sales channels and provides a common point of order capture across the enterprise.
The product suite optimizes complex selling and ordering processes by orchestrating core business functions that include e-commerce, electronic catalog and guided selling, product and service configuration, advanced pricing and promotions, quote and proposal generation, and order management.
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