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NBN Co has given Primus Australia the green light to be the network’s first retail service provider with B2B interoperability certification.

Primus Australia is the first in a series of RSPs which will be able to provide the real time provisioning of services to customers on the NBN network. The full integration between Primus and NBN Co’s IT systems will allow high volume orders to be processed via automated systems.

Under the agreement Primus Australia has access to NBN Co’s B2B gateway for direct systems integration, supporting automated order management, assurance and billing operations for services provided on the national network.

“This is another great achievement by Primus as it continues to work towards the seamless transfer of services from copper to fibre and deliver consumer focused products and services on these new networks,” said Primus Australia’s CEO, Tom Mazerski.

The certification also allows customers to order multiple products and receive on the spot appointment and management information.

NBN Co has adopted ebXML (Electronic Business using eXtensible Markup Language) as standard for its Gateway . The deployment has enabled Primus Australia and NBN Co to develop the customer solution in-house, without the need for external consultants or resources.

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