Telarix (News - Alert), a provider of business information exchange and interconnect OSS/BSS solutions, has launched a new interconnect billing solution to operators in Brazil.
The iXBrasil billing solution is a new version of its iXTools software module. The solution will be offered to Brazilian operators for use in managing their national billing. iXBrasil will be available throughout the country as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS (News - Alert)), so service providers can avail the service on a subscription basis.
A least cost routing solutions provider, Telarix also announced plans to roll out similar domestic iXTools billing solutions to countries throughout Latin America in the near future.
“The roll out of iXBrasil to operators throughout Brazil and similar solutions elsewhere in Latin America will help them to better manage their national agreements,” said Glen Kazerman, chief executive officer, Telarix, in a statement.
“By taking advantage of this robust SaaS solution, operators gain unprecedented visibility into their interconnect agreements and enhanced billing capabilities through the use of a state-of-the-art platform for their interconnection businesses,” Kazerman added.
Initially developed for Embratel, iXBrasil provides telcos with a flexible tool to manage cost and produce financial traffic analysis and reporting. They can eliminate revenue leakage by ensuring that all calls are captured, rated and invoiced correctly.
Carriers do not require any hardware investment. Once the initial setup is completed, iXBrasil is fed with a daily CDR flow. At the end of the billing cycle, iXBrasil provides all invoices, as well as reconciliation features, alerts and a wide range of reporting capabilities.
Earlier this year, Telarix announced that the number of trading “links” or pricing relationships that have been established through its iXLink platform has topped 6,000. iXLink is the business information exchange platform developed to automate the exchange of business transactions.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf