Subex bags Middle East, Africa contracts

The Indian software firm will provide revenue assurance and fraud management systems to Middle East customers.

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By  Lynne Roberts Published  August 15, 2007

Bangalore-based software company Subex Azure has announced multi-million dollar contracts in the Middle East and Africa, according to Indian press reports.

New customers include telecom service providers in Afghanistan, Dubai, Jordan and Syria in the Middle East, together with Botswana, South Africa and Mozambique.

The company will provide revenue assurance, fraud management and billing systems as part of its Rocware Revenue Maximization suite.

Founder and CEO Subash Menon said “We were one of the first to set up local offices in the Middle East and Africa and today have close to 40 customers in the region.”

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