IT and Telecommunications solution provider, Subah Infosolutions Ghana Limited, has been adjudged the “Best Revenue Assurance, Fraud & Traffic Monitoring Solution” provider at the just-ended 4th Annual Africa Telecoms Fraud, Revenue Assurance and Risk Management Forum in Kenya.
The Director of Subah Infosolutions, Mr Redeemer Kwame, accompanied by the Business Development and Marketing Manager, Mr Emmanuel Hudson-Odoi, and the Revenue Assurance Manager Mr Felix Steve Quaicoe, received the award on behalf of the company.
Mr Kwame, in a statement issued by the company, observed that taxes from the telecoms sector formed a key revenue stream for governments on the continent, and as such a solution that gave assurance that the right revenues were being captured should be of paramount interest to the tax authorities.
“We are indeed proud to receive this award because we presented a solution that checks revenue leakage and stops fraudsters from siphoning revenue from the state, and the judges saw it as the best on the continent,” he stated.
The conference, which looked at Regulation, Risk and Security Environment for Mobile Money Transfer & M-Pesa, SIM registration, Revenue Assurance, Telecom Traffic Monitoring, SIMBOX Fraud, SIM Server ByPass and other over-the-top services in the telecom industry in Africa, is held annually.
Other issues the conference touched on include; evolving challenges affecting the industry, new technologies being deployed to mitigate the challenges and the companies providing the leading-edge technologies. Additionally, the conference provided the platform for vendors to demonstrate state-of-the-art tools currently being used in combating fraud in the telecoms industry.
Participating countries and companies included Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Tanzania, Cameroun, Nigeria, Algeria, and Sudan; Etisalat, Safaricom, Orange, Zain Econet, Vodacom, Cell C, Latro Services, Sigos, Evolved Intelligence, Fraud Busters, Sudan MTN and Subah Infosolutions.
Subah Infosolutions, which has been operating in Ghana for a couple of years now, has also commenced operations in Guinea and Sierra Leone.