Subex announced it launched a new version of its industry leading ROC Revenue Assurance solution’s version 4.1.
Subex’s ROC Revenue Assurance is an award winning solution that provides continuous monitoring and revenue protection as well as assisting operators with the investigation, diagnosis, and recovery of revenues and their on-going protection.
The Subex ROC Revenue Assurance solution is engineered to tackle critical revenue assurance challenges across the entire revenue chain. It is highly effective in both the traditional circuit-switched and next-generation, packet-switched service environments; scalable enough to serve operators large and small; and flexible enough to support Revenue Assurance practices as they expand and mature.
The newest version of ROC Revenue Assurance, Version 4.1 is has a simplified user interface and is designed to be business user centric. It is equipped with a unified metrics console which provides a snap shot of the metrics and their performance, enabling faster root cause analysis and increasing analyst productivity.
Its new improved GUI provides users with a colorful and graphical flow of the revenue processes resulting in easy navigation with fewer clicks. Its increased intuitiveness ensures users don’t have to toggle between screens. Version 4.1 supports freeform SQL queries from within the GUI and provides packaged solution accelerators.
An important enhancement of Subex’s ROC Revenue Assurance solution version 4.1 is that it includes packaged industry standard metrics and Subex best practice metrics to help operators benchmark against industry standards.
We have a vision to take Revenue Assurance to a level where it is simple and business oriented. ROC Revenue Assurance version 4.1 is a step towards that direction of simplifying revenue assurance.
The new version helps operators increase productivity, enhance user experience and includes packaged industry metrics to help operators benchmark against industry standards. At Subex we have developed a more mature revenue assurance solution, which is necessary in today’s changing telecommunications environment,” said Mark Nicholson, chief technology officer, Subex.