WeDo Soft Wins Auna Deal

Auna Telecomunicaciones picks WeDo Soft's revenue assurance software

July 11, 2005

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PARIS -- WeDo Soft, a leading provider of software solutions for the communications & media markets, today announces a new deal to implement their Revenue Assurance product (RAID) in Auna Telecomunicaciones, the leading alternative telecommunications operator in the Spanish market.

AUNA provides wireline telephony, cable television, and Internet access, packages of integrated services, data transmission and advanced solutions for companies.

AUNA has experienced tremendous growth over the past years and are, with the implementation of WeDo Soft's RAID solution, aiming to increase this growth by reducing any potential revenue leakage. RAID is WeDo Soft's answer to the arising inefficiencies within telecom operators' systems. RAID minimizes revenue leakage by maintaining coherence between the entire BSS, OSS and network systems portfolio.

"This project is an important step in our improvement initiatives. Revenue Assurance is very important for AUNA. The use of RAID, as a highly configurable, dedicated tool, means that we can integrate our control mechanisms and assure data consistency between operational platforms. We can also monitor revenue streams in an automated way, thus empowering our team to consistently deliver added value to our business," says Iñaki Prego AUNA's Director of Excellence and New Services Development, responsible for Revenue Assurance.

Juan Tonda, WeDo Spain's Country Manager, adds, "The momentum that RAID is building, together with its strong customer references in Europe, makes RAID the leading solution for Revenue Assurance. It demonstrates that RAID continues to gain the confidence of telecom operators. WeDo Soft is committed to RAID's excellence, assuring this to be the most complete, flexible and effective Revenue Assurance tool available in the market."

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