Subex Azure, a leading global provider of OSS solutions for telecom operators, has today announced the launch of Concilia V9.2, the latest version of its Interconnect Billing System.

Part of the Rocware suite of revenue maximization solutions, Concilia enables operators to quickly and accurately settle interconnect agreements with their network partners, allowing them to manage costs and revenues much more effectively.  Concilia V9.2 has several new features, which
include:

  • Improved control and security in the settlement process by enabling
    authorization within the operator's organization. This further helps operators in tracking the settlement process by identifying any bottlenecks related to acceptance and disputes.
    Enhanced flexibility for billing managers through the inclusion of
    negative rates settlement.
    Ability to configure the bill profile type in the reference tables,
    which allows operators to include or exclude specific types of profiles from the settlement.

"With the onset of IP and content-based services, service providers and content resellers are looking for higher degrees of flexibility and automation in their wholesale settlement processes," said Mark Nicholson, Chief Technology Officer, Subex Azure Ltd. "We are helping providers reduce the number of iterations necessary to settle bills with partners through this latest version of Concilia."

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