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Romtelecom selects Subex for centralised operations, reduced revenue risk

Subex is unveiling what it calls a breakthrough in Telecommunications Operational Assurance (TOA) with the debut deployment of its Revenue Operations Centre (ROC) by Romtelecom, Romania's largest fixed-line provider.

Subex has announced that Romtelecom, Romania's largest fixed-line operator, has selected Subex Rocware solutions to form the core of a Revenue Operations Center (ROC). Romtelecom's objective is to reduce the risk of financial loss from revenue leakage, fraud or bad debts. The ROC environment at Romtelecom will include Subex's Moneta Revenue Assurance Solution, Nikira Fraud Management Solution and the Prevea Risk Management Solution.

Anastasios Tzoulas, Chief Financial Officer, Romtelecom said: "The ROC will provide us with a centralised, integrated platform to maximise, control and secure our revenue chain."

Just as a Network Operations Centre (NOC) ensures the health of the network, an ROC ensures the integrity of a telco's revenue streams and processes, and improves visibility of the financial impact of the enterprise's operations. The ROC at Romtelecom will provide advanced revenue and risk management capabilities as it combines revenue assurance, fraud management and risk management in one integrated framework. An ROC can enable an operator to adopt Operational Assurance, gaining better understanding and control over how operations support critical business goals.

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