Globe deploys Amdocs' Revenue Guard

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The Philippines' Globe Telecom will deploy a revenue assurance platform from Amdocs to help minimize revenue leakage risks.

Globe has selected the Amdocs Revenue Guard service, which provides automated and analytics-driven revenue assurance.

The service uses technology developed by cVidya, which Amdocs acquired for $30 million earlier this year. It combines revenue assurance and fraud management software tools with professional services including risk analysis consulting, business analytics, training and IT operations.

Globe will use the service across its line of business, and plans to take advantage of the consulting and training services provided.

Revenue Guard can be deployed on-premise or as a cloud services under a variety of operating models, including SaaS, revenue share and KPI models.

“The entry of a company of Amdocs’ magnitude to the revenue assurance space with its acquisition of cVidya is yet another proof of the increased importance of this domain for the industry as the world becomes increasingly digital,” Globe CFO Rizza Maniego-Eala commented.

“By integrating the Amdocs Revenue Guard service into our data lake, we will be able to centrally analyze and effectively share data across the different parts of our business, optimizing revenue while keeping operational costs to the absolute minimum. We see this as an additional milestone in our transformation to become a digital service provider.”

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