Hubbl integrates global streaming apps with Amdocs

Wednesday, May 8th, 2024 
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Amdocs Solution Deployed to Deliver Seamless User Experience on Hubbl, Australia’s Newest Streaming Aggregation Product

  • Amdocs Subscription Marketplace simplifies the subscription experience for customers and enables easy onboarding and integration of partner services on Hubbl

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Amdocs (NASDAQ:DOX), a leading provider of software and services to communications and media companies, announced today that Foxtel Group, a leading Australian subscription TV and streaming provider, has successfully deployed Amdocs Subscription Marketplace onto Australia’s newest streaming aggregation product, Hubbl, that fuses live TV and streaming into one simple viewing experience.

Through Amdocs Subscription Marketplace, global streaming content apps are integrated on the Hubbl platform, alongside local broadcast video on-demand apps, driving a seamless user experience as well as operational efficiencies through simplified and accelerated partner onboarding.

“Hubbl is the future of technology and streaming, fusing free and paid entertainment and sports content from apps, channels, live TV, and the internet into a single platform,” said Les Wigan, Managing Director of Hubbl. “The successful and speedy deployment of Amdocs Subscription Marketplace helped us integrate all the streaming apps onto one platform, enhancing the user experience for our customers.”

“Today’s customers seek seamless, integrated digital experiences with the tap of a finger or click of a button,” said Anthony Goonetilleke, Group President of Technology and Head of Strategy at Amdocs. “We are thrilled to expand our collaboration with Foxtel as they adopt our Subscription Marketplace, bringing some of the most popular global content applications onto their new streaming platform. This engagement positions Foxtel to drive subscriber growth and provide end users with a frictionless service experience, ultimately leading to increased customer lifetime value (CLTV).”

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