Alfa Sistemi gets new enhanced product offerings and financial resources
End-to-end actionable intelligence, analytics and revenue maximisation software and offerings provider Kranem has acquired telecommunications firm Alfa Sistemi Telemedia.
With the acquisition, Kranem is provided with an important sales and marketing channel in the Italian Telecommunications industry and Alfa Sistemi is provided with new enhanced product offerings and financial resources to expand its business.In addition, the merger is expected to provide good customer support and service, said Kranem.
xTRA , the flexible and innovative Revenue Assurance offering, that allows traffic to be monitored, highlighting all "anomalies" which could indicate an incorrect use of service and the module defines, monitors and controls revenue streams at various processes within the CSP’ business.
FraudTrace, the convergent and fraud detection and management offering, which identifies anomalies by monitoring all services, traffic data, customer usage patterns and network element behaviour.
OSS/BSS offerings for managing complex networks ranging from Legacy systems till next-generation services, comprising Convergent Mediation system (xMedDy), Inter-Operator Administration and Accounting system (InterTrace), Service Provisioning and Service Fulfillment offering (xServPro).
Kranem CEO Ajay Batheja said Kranem believes that its telecom security products are a strong strategic fit with Alfa Sistemi’s sales expertise and solid customer support.
"In addition, Kranem gains a new sales channel and access to major customers in the Italian telecommunications market. Kranem Corporation is a leading provider of digital security products and services providing end-to-end Revenue Maximization, Proactive Intelligence and Analytics solutions to telecommunications providers, law enforcement agencies and the homeland security agencies in India, Africa and some other Asian countries. We believe this acquisition will provide a strong opportunity to introduce Kranem’s homeland security products to the European law enforcement," said Batheja.