(The following press release from Brightstar Corp. was received by e-mail.) Brightstar Continues Expansion into Africa through Multi-Service Agreement with MTN South Africa Brightstar to Provide Device Management, Supply Chain and Inventory Management Services Johannesburg - October 13, 2011 - Brightstar Corp., a global leader in services and solutions for the wireless industry, today announced a multi-year service agreement with MTN South Africa. The deal builds upon Brightstar's recent expansion of operations and services in the region. Beginning October 1, Brightstar will provide MTN SA with Device Portfolio Management services, Supply Chain services and OEM engagement services that will encompass the operator's full portfolio of handsets, data devices, laptops and tablets. These services will enable MTN to continue its focus on improving efficiencies in the supply chain, enhancing the OEM engagements and ultimately delivering a superior customer experience. "We are delighted to offer MTN the world class innovative solutions needed to execute its business strategy in South Africa," said Jeff Gower, Head of supply chain services for Brightstar. "This agreement is evidence of our commitment to expanding our reach into this region and becoming a truly global services provider within the wireless industry." "Brightstar's deep understanding of the industry and its global market intelligence mirrors that of MTN SA and enhances the company's capacity to administer device management, allowing us to focus on better servicing our customers," said Brian Gouldie, Sales and Distribution Executive at MTN SA. "Brightstar's proven innovative suite of services will enable our customers to have the products they want, when they want them. It's all about accessibility and convenience - a prerequisite for today's customers." Brightstar offers an expansive portfolio of more than 100 services for wireless manufacturers, operators, retailers, government agencies, value added resellers (VARs) and consumers worldwide. ENDS
BRIGHTSTAR STATEMENT ON MTN SERVICE AGREEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA
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