Rating: Sits in cloud or on mobile operators premises
Claiming to have the first ever cloud based revenue protection solution for mobile operators, MACH has released CASHBACK v8 which analyses revenue leakage in near real-time to help operators use resources more efficiently. Recent research by Analysys Mason shows that efficient revenue assurance is an absolute must for operators given that between 5 per cent to 15 per cent of total operator revenues as lost to leakages. MACH maintains that a cloud-based managed service ensures rapid implementation as well as providing enhanced performance capabilities and decreasing time to market. In addition to revenues loss, the system also identifies sub-optimal revenue chain processes.
CASHBACK v8 can reside on MACH’s premises, while accessing operator data over the cloud and using MACH’s expertise for comprehensive analysis.
Alternatively, the system can reside in an operator’s premises thus avoiding potential data privacy issues. All CASHBACK systems are updated via the cloud, and monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
By contrast, most rival revenue assurance systems are costly, licensed on-site solutions requiring regular maintenance and upgrades and large teams of in-house expert analysts to run.
Being cloud-based solution, CASHBACK allows operators to focus their resources more efficiently by removing the need to continually maintain and update systems and recruit and train analysts with the latest intelligence.
The system even comes with a new Graphics User Interface (GUI) with advanced dashboard and reporting functionality.
Joseph George, a director for revenue protection and interconnect with MACH,argues that, “Not only is it quick to market and instantly scalable to an operator’s needs, but it also provides operators with comprehensive intelligence and broad team knowledge that goes beyond the scope of most other comparable solutions.”
CASHBACK also align it with MACH’s FAME Fraud Protection System, allowing operators to look at both fraud and revenue assurance as two sides of the same coin.