Subex Ltd, a leading global provider of Business and Operations Support Systems (B/OSS) for Communications Service Providers (CSPs), will be participating in this year’s Mobile World Congress, which will be held in Barcelona, Spain from the 27th February – 2nd March, 2017. Subex will be present in Booth #5F10 in Hall 5.
As telecom operators embark on their journey towards digital revolution, it is well known knowledge that they will encounter a broad range of challenges and risks. In order to enable telcos to be successful through this transition, Subex is the trusted technology and business solution provider to help global telcos drive new business models, enhance customer experience, and optimise enterprises.
Through its solution portfolio, Subex can empower businesses to drive new business models by pivoting their offerings around revenue, opening new revenue streams in emerging business areas and allied services, and by better leveraging the partner ecosystem. Subex can also empower telcos to optimise their enterprise by helping them bring in operational excellence by focusing on maximizing revenue and mitigating business risks, thus ensuring further Y-o-Y cost savings to make investments for the future.
With customers being at the epicenter of digital revolution Subex helps telcos enhance customer experience through the use of advanced analytics, to leverage business insights to better understand customer behaviour for deeper engagement. In line with this, Subex will be showcasing the capabilities of ROC Insights – a unique approach to solving the problem with data growth. The solution’s capability to harness available operational data that service providers have and transform it into actionable intelligence for their perusal – all in near real time, plays an important part in driving new business models and enhancing customer experience for CSPs.
Subex will also be demonstrating the capabilities of its IoT security solution. Subex Secure is an IoT security solution which focuses on ensuring cyber resilience, thus providing organisations the ability to identify, protect, monitor, respond and recover from IoT attacks.