MTN inks 5 year deal with Subex for ROC Fraud Management, Revenue Assurance solutions

Telecom Lead Middle East:  OSS-BSS
provider Subex has bagged a five-year deal from the MTN Group
to deploy its Revenue Operations Centre (ROC) Fraud Management and Revenue
Assurance solutions.

Both solutions will be deployed across 14 networks of the
MTN Group, which is one of the biggest telecom service providers globally.


The selection was made by MTN to meet its revenue
protection requirements.  Subex claims that it has proven success, as well
as technical superiority in the region.


The company said that it is able to cater to both large
and small operators, in terms of price, and its highly scalable solution
platform was a natural choice for the multi-country deployment in this high
growth region.


Sudeesh Yezhuvath, chief operating offer of Subex said
that the company won the contract because of its thought leadership and our
unique ability to address the total revenue chain through the bouquet of our
ROC offerings.


Both solutions will be deployed independently in each of
the operating countries, with a central program office from Subex, which
will work with the MTN Group and the individual countries to roll out the
systems in phases across the 14 networks.


 Nazir Patel, Group CFO at MTN Group said Subex was
selected for this deployment after a highly competitive bidding process.


Designed to detect potential revenue loss, the ROC
Revenue Assurance provides continuous monitoring and revenue protection.


The solution assists operators with the investigation,
diagnosis, and recovery of these revenues and with their on-going protection.


On the other hand, the ROC Fraud Management solution
version 7.4 is the latest version of Subex’s product that provides systematic
approach to implementing in-line rules to support proactive prevention of fraud.


Subex revenue up 5% at $26.05 million in Q3 FY12


Recently, Subex reported net consolidated revenue of Rs
1328.69 million ($26.05 million) for the third quarter of FY12, up
from Rs 1267.72 million ($24.86 million) in FY11 Q3.


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