Technology moves at a fast pace, so it’s essential for companies to upgrade the features on their premier software products often to meet the needs of users. Recently, least cost routing and VoIP fraud expert TransNexus (News - Alert) announced several new features for the latest release of its NexOSS solution, including several that will help combat the growing trend of VoIP fraud.
NexOSS is touted as a simple, efficient management tool for VoIP services. It features a suite of integrated back office applications that provide VoIP operators with an easy-to-use Web interface for provisioning routes, rates, number translation rules and monitoring traffic analysis and billing reports.
The latest release of NexOSS has a Blacklisted Numbers fraud detection feature. It is designed for users that are members of the Communications Fraud Control Association or the GSMA (News - Alert) Fraud Forum. Users can upload lists of known destinations for fraudulent calls, and calls to these numbers will be blocked automatically, or diverted based on IP address to customer support or an IVR system.
In addition to this feature, the latest release of NexOSS also features a CDR analyzer. It exports Rated CDRs to an external database, where they can be analyzed and archived. This allows non-technical users to select CDRs and boasts a charting feature that allows users to create time series charts of traffic, billing and profit statistics. The new release also allows users to add routing numbers from a database as a prefix to a called number. This feature is designed for users outside of North America where routing numbers are Service Provider Ids or Mobile Network Codes.
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Edited by Carlos Olivera