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Subex Shows Its Analytics at MWC

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London, UK – Subex Ltd, a leading global provider of Business Support Systems (BSS) for Communications Service Providers (CSPs), will be participating in this year’s Mobile World Congress, which will be held in Barcelona, Spain from the 25th – 28th of February, 2013. With the prime focus of operators across the globe shifting towards mining their customers’ data to aid in predicting trends and patterns for better customer centric decisions, operators are facing the daunting task of translating data into insights and actionable intelligence in near real-time. As a result, operators are rapidly deploying new-gen analytics to remain profitable. At the event, Subex will be demonstrating its Insights and Analytics Capabilities. 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 delivering Business Optimisation to CSPs. In addition, Subex will also be showcasing its highly acclaimed Managed Services – Centre of Excellence, a centralized function to efficiently deliver managed service programs across the globe. This solution allows CSPs to leverage Subex’s expertise by allowing it to handle their operational aspects. This allows the service providers to focus on their strategic planning and core mission objectives. “With broad expertise in critical telecom domains, Subex has significantly helped its customers by delivering key analytics in areas such as Capacity Management, Network Governance, Enterprise Asset Management and Data Integrity Management, providing operators confidence that their network will meet growing customer demands, thereby receiving the best possible ROI for the amount spent on capital budget”, said Vinod Kumar, Chief Operating Officer, Subex. Subex Ltd.

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