Good News from Thu, 15 March, 2012:

Mobile technology company Alekstra aiming to Brazilian markets

Ministers Alexander Stubb (left) and Jyrki Katainen lead the Finnish delegation in a visit to Brazil. Ministers Alexander Stubb (left) and Jyrki Katainen lead the Finnish delegation in a visit to Brazil.

The Finnish mobile technology company Alekstra is aiming to enter highly competitive Brazilian markets as a virtual operator. According to an Alekstra press release, a recent visit of Finnish government ministers and business delegation to Brazil is enabling company to enter this highly competitive market. The Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen and Alexander Stubb, the Minister for European Affairs and Foreign Trade, visited Brazil with a business delegation in mid February.

Alekstra is providing a variety of services for managing wireless services to increase cost efficiency and reduce administrative complexity. The company creates value by reducing costs via mobile service plan optimization, consolidated purchasing power, reduction in administrative work, and overall improvement of the quality of mobile service portfolio management.

Alekstra’s CEO Toni Toikka is pleased by the invaluable support the company has received from top Finnish politicians. In a press release, he reminds that in order to enter highly competitive and protective mobile operator markets such as in China and in Brazil, new companies need the support from top level politicians.

Alekstra already has operations in 12 countries including USA, Germany, France, Great Britain, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

www.alekstra.com

MM