Subex Systems signs partnership agreement with Mideast Data Systems Group
Subex Systems, the global telecom software product company, on Wednesday announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with Mideast Data Systems (MDS) Group, one of the premier information technology companies that operates in the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia and European regions.
As per the partnership agreement, Subex’s revenue maximization solutions will be marketed in the Middle East by MDS, while a joint team of business and technical consultants will provide implementation, integration and support. Subex already has installations in this region, in countries like Yemen and Syria, among others.
Mr. Subash Menon, President & CEO, Subex Systems, while commenting on the partnership said, "Our decision to partner with the MDS Group is based on their impressive reach in the Middle Eastern region, their well established relationship with telcos throughout the region, and the solid expertise of the MDS telecommunication solutions team. We hope to gain a substantial footprint in this region as a result of this partnership". Mr. Clement Maamarbachi, President of MDS Arabia and an MDS administrator, said, “We find Subex to be a very good partner to meet our growth demand. We also foresee a lot of demand for their suite of products in light of many recent reports that talk of revenue maximization / assurance as a key area of improvement for telcos.”
RevMax™, the revenue maximization suite from Subex maximizes revenue and profits through, assuring earned revenue, enhancement of revenue and cost optimization. The suite offers telecom operators an integrated platform for Revenue Maximization solutions that eliminates the need to invest piecemeal in point solutions.
Ranger™ is a next generation, telecom fraud management system that combines the benefits of rule-based alarm management techniques with artificial intelligence (AI) and neural network technology to provide telecom operators with multiple points of fraud combat.
Global telecom studies have revealed that telecom operators lose as much as 10% in revenue leakage with fraud being one of the key reasons. According to estimates, currently only about 27% of operators use any revenue maximization solution. (menareport.com)
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