Connectiva Systems, the risk and revenue management software vendors headquartered in New York, have released version 5.0 of their ONEREViEW product suite. According to the press release:
“The new platform integrates revenue assurance, fraud management, credit risk management, test-call generation, re-billing, and re-rating into one comprehensive enterprise revenue and risk management system. Until now, this multi-application platform approach has never been available.”
That is quite some boast. In addition, Connectiva CEO and Founder Avi Basu said:
“Our belief that one-size-fits-all type of solutions will fall woefully short of telecom operators’ requirements has been validated by the market.”
It makes you wonder which competitors he was thinking of, and whether Connectiva is anticipating that some of its rivals will collapse in the economic downturn.
Surprising, this announcement. Considering the fact that Subex had already released the ROC concept. Subex had in fact demonstrated the same in the demo for the ROC which was conducted in Barcelona. The ROC concept which was demonstrated encompasses :
a) Revenue Assurance
b) Fraud Management
c) Credit Risk Management
d) Service Provisioning & Inventory Assurance
e) Optimal Routing
f) Interconnect Revenue & Cost Assurance
g) Billing Assurance
Furthermore, the test call generator is already available with our pre-existing solution (i.e. before the ROC). I guess we could safely say that the multi-application platform approach has been available for some time now (at least for close to a year).
Yea thats right the multi-application platform has been available for quite a long time before from different vendors. The specific modules might be different for example Allround has operational level churn prevention solutions which would help mobile operators to help keep the existing customer base.