ECtel signs frame agreement with major US carrier
Israel’s ECtel Ltd. announced that a major US-based carrier has signed a frame agreement with it regarding the sale of its X-ellence family Revenue Protection and Assurance applications, including Fraud Prevention, Quality of Service (QoS) and Lawful Interception solutions, to its affiliated international mobile operators. The carrier's selection of ECtel's next-generation "One-Platform Multiple-Applications" solutions followed a thorough evaluation of both ECtel's and other available fraud prevention platforms.
The company also announced that an initial order for ECtel's FraudView Fraud Detection and Prevention solution was placed by and delivered to, one of the carrier's affiliated mobile operators during the first quarter of 2003.
Commenting on the news, Aharon Shech, president and CEO of ECtel, said, "We are very pleased to sign this frame agreement with one of the major US carriers. In today's tough environment, telecommunication service providers realize that the struggle to keep revenues is almost as tough as the battle to earn them.”
“The losses from cellular fraud are high and growing, and it is increasingly difficult to consistently maintain high-quality services on these complex networks. At the same time, there are evolving requirements for lawful interception requiring operators to monitor their networks in ways not previously foreseen,” he added. — (menareport.com)
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