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cVidya to Showcase Centralized Analytics Platform at MWC 2013

New analytics tools enable operators to protect and grow their business by leveraging data

cVidya Networks, (www.cvidya.com) a global leader of innovative Revenue Intelligence analytics solutions for communication service providers, announced today that they will be showcasing their new centralized analytics platform at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on February 25-28, 2013. The centralized analytics platform empowers operators to strategically make informed marketing and risk management decisions based on data aggregated from across silos within the organization.

cVidya's new platform takes a holistic approach in helping CSPs strategically protect and grow their business through marketing analytics and risk management solutions. The information data and tools cVidya supplies in each area from Revenue Assurance to Fraud protection to marketing analytics are presented through relevant dashboards allowing the operators to better make informed and insightful decisions. In addition the operational tools such as MoneyMap®, FraudView®, ProactiVTM and AdvisorTM solutions are used to define the relevant rules to optimize the business activities in each relevant department.

cVidya will be showcasing its full suite of products at Mobile World Congress, demonstrating to operators how its tools can help detect and reclaim tens of millions of dollars from leakages as well as grow their business. Some of the tools being showcased will include: Revenue Assurance and Fraud risks identification for Mobile Money services and potential breach protection in M2M offerings. They will also demonstrate how the platforms help grow the business through allowing CSPs to target customers with the best LTE offering, identifying the Next Best Action for high profit customers and forecasting the ARPU impact on the segments in target.

"cVidya is taking the next step forward, as we are focusing on the core business strategies and needs of operators," said Alon Aginsky, CEO and President of cVidya. "Our technology solutions enable CSPs to make the best choices in any business decision related to revenue leakage and risk management by providing greater insight in each department and allowing them to operate as a single entity. The new analytics capabilities help maximize operator's margins in every aspect of their business, from internal changes to sales channels and customer offerings. By providing different solutions serving different types of departments, cVidya's solutions provide greater insights for the operator as a single entity."

cVidya will be in Hall 7 Booth #7E102.
To schedule a meeting with one of cVidya's experts at MWC, click here.


About cVidya Networks


cVidya Networks is a global leader of innovative Revenue Intelligence analytics solutions for communications service providers , enabling Business Protection and Business Growth by supporting intelligent, strategic decisions.


Leveraging cross-organizational data, cVidya's solutions allow operators to quickly identify Fraud and Revenue Assurance risks, analyze business status and margins, and target customers with the right offerings and actions.


cVidya's Business Protection offering is based on Risk Management, Revenue Assurance, and Fraud Management solutions. The Business Growth offering comprises Marketing Analytics and Sales Performance Management.


With a stellar worldwide track record, cVidya has achieved rapid ROI and lower TCO for over 150 customers, including British Telecom, Telefonica Group, Vodafone, AT&T, MTN and DTAG.

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Yaniv Yehuda is the Co-Founder and CTO of DBmaestro, an Enterprise Software Development Company focusing on database development and deployment technologies. Yaniv is also the Co-Founder and the head of development for Extreme Technology, an IT service provider for the Israeli market. Yaniv was a captain in Mamram, the Israel Defense Forces computer centers where he served as a software engineering manager.