cVidya Networks, the global provider of Revenue Intelligence solutions for Telecom, Media and Entertainment service providers, today revealed an accelerated version of its MoneyMap® Revenue Intelligence solution, which has been engineered to work on Oracle Exadata Database Machine.
cVidya’s MoneyMap Configuration for its Revenue Intelligence suite, enables service providers to identify revenue leakages by collecting and reconciling configuration information from various data sources such as CRM, billing, inventory, and order management systems as well as data warehouses. cVidya has already undertaken extensive representative tests which have to date indicated phenomenal success in combining MoneyMap® efficient algorithms with the complete package of servers, storage, networking, and software delivered by Oracle Exadata. The enhanced power and performance achieved through integrating these solutions enables the team to utilise advanced business intelligence to deliver rapid isolation of issues that are the root cause of significant cost and revenue leakage as well as improve poor financial performance, inconsistent billing and business reporting and reduced customer satisfaction.
“The combination of our efficient revenue and cost assurance algorithms with the performance of Oracle Exadata was proven through the recent tests to deliver unique opportunities which can drive telecom operators beyond revenue and cost assurance into revenue intelligence”, said Alon Aginsky, President and CEO of cVidya Networks. “By putting these technologies together we can facilitate innovation to better control, predict and avoid issues leading to maximised operational efficiencies and profitability in the smallest operational footprint. The agility within the solution ensures that our customers keep pace of the dynamic market demands. This new capability will provide a renewed impetus to our current projects which have already delivered significant financial benefits and builds upon cVidya’s proven ability to handle major RA projects with operators such as BT, Vodafone, Telefonica, MTN and Bell Canada – already running on the Oracle database platform.”
“The extreme performance and rapid deployment capabilities of Oracle Exadata is manifested in this technology collaboration. The added bonus for our customers in adopting Oracle Exadata is the ability to modernise and consolidate entire infrastructures underpinning all databases without the immense costs and risks that come from procuring bits and pieces from many suppliers across the overall IT stack. Crucially, Oracle Exadata brings configuration certainty so that CIO’s can devote more attention to core business and growth without that daunting feeling of isolation that comes with creating a truly one-of-a-kind bespoke system,” finishes Aginsky.
cVidya’s new solution also offers customers the opportunity for platform expansion beyond RA, Cost, Margin and Invoice assurance into enhanced areas such as customer acquisition, customer retention, customer predictive analytics, internal fraud, content assurance and content fraud, partner management, and wider risk management.
cVidya is a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork.
About cVidya Networks
cVidya Networks (cvidya.com) is a global provider of revenue-intelligence solutions for telecom, media and entertainment service providers. The company’s product portfolio helps operators and service providers maximize margins, improve customer experience and optimize ecosystem relationships through revenue assurance, fraud and risk management, dealer management, margin analytics, and clearinghouse services. Backed by a team of highly skilled professional experts and consultants, cVidya’s solutions have a proven track record of achieving rapid ROI and lower TCO. With over 130 customers in five continents and an extensive network of regional offices in Europe, North America, Latin America and APAC, cVidya has one of the largest installed bases of revenue-assurance and fraud-management implementations worldwide.
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