13th Annual Revenue Assurance, Fraud Prevention and Cost Management for Telecoms8-9 May 2013, London, UK
Bringing back the conference addressing the problems associated with revenue assurance, fraud prevention and cost management for telecommunication companies.
The 2013 agenda presents content spanning the various challenging demands within the industry. With increasing pressure to decrease revenue leakage and prevent fraud due to latest technologies, emphasis will be put on identifying efficient, achievable strategies.
This year the event will focus on carrying on delivering great presentations from industry’s top speakers. The conference will cover the latest updates and requirements as well as looking into the future of technologies.
As determined by our thorough industry research, sessions will look closely into efficient methods of building an internal fraud system and fighting mobile malware, solutions to challenges posed by revenue leakage, making informed decisions on having the right controls and KPI’s in place as well as looking at how to improve billing performance.
This conference will offer the perfect balance between strategic, scenario planning case studies, and insight into new technologies and possibilities, and will be well attended by a broad range of stakeholders within the industry, adding value to your networking experience.
In Carriers, Operators, Resellers, MVNOs, ISPs in Europe…
As a result of your feedback, the 2013 REVA will include more networking opportunity and more interactive sessions to facilitate your experience at the event. With increased number of informal sessions in the form of roundtables and panels, we hope to give you opportunity to obtain true insight into the operations of your peers; tips to increase efficiency and the stumbling blocks to avoid.
Following thorough content-based research, the 2013 agenda has been based specifically around the key challenges experienced by managing revenue assurance, preventing fraud and managing costs at a time of tough industry pressure. Key areas of focus for 2013 include:
“GREAT NETWORKING – know your peers; who they are, what they do, what they think, who they use and who they don’t”
A Methodical Approach - Sourcing the Best Speakers - Top Quality Venues
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Future M2M deployments are expected to reach deeper into enterprise operations.
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Recently blocked Viber over non-compliance.
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The network will offer high-speed internet in remote areas.