Following the acquisition of ECtel, cVidya has released an integrated version of two key components of the IRIS® suite, FraudView® and MoneyMap
London, June 23rd, 2010 – cVidya Networks (http://www.cvidya.com/), a global leader and innovative provider of Revenue Intelligence solutions for telecom, media and entertainment service providers, announced today the launch of an integrated version of its FraudView® and MoneyMap® modules, both key components of the IRIS (Integrated Revenue Intelligence Solutions) suite.
FraudView identifies next-generation fraud patterns and performs real-time subscriber risk management and MoneyMap identifies and reclaims revenue leakages by reconciling OSS/BSS and networks. The integrated solution leverages the abilities of both products and provides a platform that shares knowledge and information of revenue assurance and fraud cases.
With the acquisition of ECtel, cVidya consolidated the product portfolios of both companies and now offers fraud management and margin analytics in addition to revenue assurance. In addition to MoneyMap and FraudView cVidya’s IRIS suite offers the following modules, all integrated to address the entire spectrum of service operators’ requirements:
• DealerMap® - Manages relationships between service providers and their dealers
• BusinessView® - Analyzes and optimizes price-plan margins and measure service profitability
• EZTrust® – Manages disputes and settlements for B2B partners and wholesale providers
“With the acquisition of ECtel, cVidya took the next step towards providing the optimum response to the market’s growing need for convergent fraud management, revenue assurance and margin analytics while increasing overall market consolidation”, said Alon Aginsky, Founder, President and CEO of cVidya Networks. “The integrated version of FraudView and MoneyMap provides operators with a global view of their fraud and revenue assurance issues and enables them to determine their targets to improve their bottom line.”
cVidya’s IRIS suite features built-in components that address all business domains and services, including data/IP, wholesale/retail, prepaid, mobile content, TV, cross-domain bundles, interconnect, roaming, and more.