Syniverse and Roshan, Afghanistan´s telecommunications provider, have been recognized with a Global Telecoms Business (GTB) Innovation Award for advancing the industry´s ability to protect operators´ revenues from the growing threats of mobile roaming fraud and revenue leakage, the companies said.
Syniverse and Roshan have been recognized in the ´Software Applications´ category for their collaboration to implement predictive analytic and automation solutions to detect, identify and prevent fraudulent activity from occurring, while also protecting revenues by ensuring accuracy in subscriber billing.
To help prevent fraud, Syniverse´s secure platform leverages network data in real time from over 130 operators across the world to provide an instant, global view of suspicious activity that is occurring in the market. Syniverse serves as a central repository of fraud data to optimize the speed of detection and to allow Roshan to use predictive analytics to proactively evolve based on the latest trends.
The revenue assurance portion of the project integrates domestic, international, retail and wholesale processes into a single architecture to enhance the end-to-end billing cycle. The rapid detection and automation eases the task of analysis and resolving issues and ensures the integrity of revenue processes.
Syniverse is the global transaction processor that connects approximately 1,500 mobile service providers, enterprises, ISPs and OTTs in nearly 200 countries and territories, enabling seamless mobile communications across disparate and rapidly evolving networks, devices and applications. We deliver innovative cloud-based solutions that facilitate superior end-user experiences through always-on services and real-time engagement. For more than 30 years, Syniverse has been simplifying complexity to deliver the promise of mobility — a simple, interoperable experience, anytime, anywhere.
Roshan (Telecom Development company Afghanistan Corp) is Afghanistan´s total communications provider with over 6.5 million active subscribers and a network that covers over 287 districts and cities in all of the country´s 34 provinces.