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September 12, 2006 at 11:37 AM

CTIA: Qpass version 6

LOS ANGELES — Seattle-based Qpass, which Amdocs purchased in April for $275 million, said today at CTIA that it has launched the sixth version of its digital commerce software, which helps service providers and media companies sell content to customers.

The new version comes out as more wireless phone companies begin to sell more content, from TV and videos to music and games.

Qpass 6 offers tools to help increase digital content sales, as well as build loyalty among consumers. It also helps service providers and media companies manage hundreds of relationships via the Web.

Qpass 6 allows service providers and media companies sell any kind of digital content (music, games or movies) over any network (wireless, broadband cable or satellite) on any interactive device (personal computers, mobile phones, set-top boxes, or kiosks).

The Qpass platform has processed more than $1.4 billion in retail consumer sales worldwide and provides access to more than 500,000 digital products from more than 1,000 content providers.

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