N-SOFT offers to Government Authorities a cutting-edge turn-key platform for the verification of the national Operators turnover. It successfully addresses Telecom Regulator and Revenue Authority’s needs and challenges with respect to:

  • Full visibility over pre-paid, post-paid and accounting turnover
  • Full visibility over B2B and B2C turnover
  • Track all telecom Operator incomes generated by selling telecom services such as voice traffic and SMS
  • Fraud detection and management
  • Real-time management and reporting

The watchword here is TRANSPARENCY. To achieve all the Government/Regulator’s objectives regarding visibility of an Operator’s financial status, the solution provides an online system distributed among the Operators for centralized monitoring at the Regulator level. The system captures and processes data for all types of transactions in real-time.

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