Risk and uncertainty is an inherent part of business challenges, more so for rural telecom operators, which would like to take the guesswork out of the really big and rather risky and tough decisions that they sometimes have to make and confidently march ahead with plans and strategies.
SubscriberWise, a provider of analytics-driven subscriber risk management technology and the nation's largest issuing consumer reporting agency for the communications industry, formally introduced world-class risk and decision management solutions that promise to make decision making less of a risk and more of a sure-shot.
“We are extremely proud and excited to debut our analytics-powered rules and scoring technology at the 2013 NTCA (News - Alert) and OPASTCO Rural Telecom Meeting and Expo held at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort,” said David Howe, president of SubscriberWise.
According to Howe, bringing advanced video, voice and data services to remote populations is an ongoing process and rural telecom operators, essentially locally owned companies, have to invest heavily in terms of capital and labor to deliver these offerings in remote and sparsely populated areas.
Just as it has helped lending institutions and the world's largest banks to boost productivity using predictive analysis, SubscriberWise plans to employ the same technique by expanding its contributions to rural telecom operators but with a difference. The costs are expected to be well below competitive and market value.
The company delivers unprecedented predictive power with a fully compliant, score-driven decision management system. This helps operators to strike a delicate balance between protecting their investments and ensuring that whatever they do is in the best interests of customers.
It claims to have lived up to company's expectations of understanding probable cost, understanding risk and making informed decisions about strategies, plans and investments in order to maximize performance.
SubscriberWise’s decision management technology has profoundly protected its member operator from repeated fraudulent service requests spanning nearly four years from the same perpetrator.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey