HP Signs an OEM Agreement with cVidya Networks
HP has announced enhancements to its HP CentralView Revenue Leakage Control solution through an OEM agreement with cVidya Networks. The HP solution helps communications, media and entertainment companies detect and prevent loss in their revenue streams.
HP selected cVidya because its proven revenue assurance and data integrity technology is a strong complement to the HP solution, and will provide the market with a best-of-breed joint offering. HP integrated analytical elements of cVidya's MoneyMap product, including subscriber configuration, dynamic dashboard and root cause capabilities with the scalable and flexible aggregation, reconciliation and reporting capabilities of the HP CentralView Revenue Leakage Control solution.
The combined solution is expected to bring unique value to the market by incorporating the advantages of both companies' domain expertise in revenue protection best practices, standards and methodologies. It will give customers a more interactive and integrated view of their revenue streams – and help them better identify and address sources of loss.
The Revenue Leakage Control solution is one of the protection solutions in the HP CentralView portfolio. The portfolio provides CME companies with a single, intelligent view of customer-related data as well as the monitoring and analysis tools to rapidly transform that data into actionable business information for revenue generation, protection and optimization. HP currently safeguards CME companies' revenue from over 400 million end-users worldwide.
The integrated HP and cVidya revenue assurance solution will enable CME companies to automatically detect revenue leakage, data inconsistencies and inefficient use of resources. The solution also will provide users with intuitive tools to promptly correct and manage these problems so profitability can be restored and enhanced. The joint implementation team will be available to assist in evaluating, planning, designing, deploying and supporting revenue assurance programs.
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