Revenue-intelligence solutions provider cVidya has won a pair of contracts with large operators in the EMEA region, replacing competitors' solutions.
Within three months of implementation, one operator has already been able to detect significant quantifiable leakage with MoneyMap, cVidya said, and has already started the recovery process.
MoneyMap is also expected to be implemented at one provider, once the network upgrades to 4G/LTE, based on cVidya’s previous experience in LTE deployment at another Tier 1 operator. cVidya says its MoneyMap and FraudView solutions are uniquely built to address the RA and FM challenges of LTE and IMS. As well as addressing the new configuration issues, usage patterns, and vulnerabilities posed by LTE, cVidya’s robust solutions simultaneously continue to address traditional RA and FM issues of pre-LTE networks, the company said.
“We are excited to have been selected by both mobile operators as the Revenue Intelligence solution of choice," said Alon Aginsky, president and CEO of cVidya Networks. "cVidya has been selected and ranked lately by leading research firms among the top vendors of RA & FM worldwide. Our hard work, dedication, and excellence are what ultimately led to cVidya’s solutions replacing those of our competitors."
MoneyMap suite covers all aspects of RA including provisioning assurance, usage assurance, and rating & billing verification. FraudView detects and prevents fraud losses across all business lines and services, covering new fraud trends, services and technologies, more traffic and subscribers, and putting stronger emphasis on efficiency while lowering TCO.
cVidya is headquartered in Israel with offices in the U.S. and the U.K.