Araxxe expects to reach 5-7 clients in Latin America by end-2010

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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

French revenue and service assurance solutions provider for communications companies Araxxe expects to end 2010 with approximately 5-7 large telecoms operators as clients in the Latin American region, company CEO Xavier Lesage told BNamericas.

The executive said the company expects to end this year with three clients across the region, which currently accounts for approximately 10% of the company's global revenues.

"This will be a key area of growth for us in the coming year. We're seeing good opportunities in Guatemala, Chile, El Salvador and Mexico," Lasage said.

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"Our managed service is very scalable, [with applications ranging] from small Central American markets to large markets like Brazil or Mexico," he added.

The company's main solutions are aramis, arabypass, arassur and aranea:

- aramis is a global revenue assurance monitoring service that detects revenue loss in the overall infrastructure of a communications company.

- arabypass is a global bypass detection and protection service. This solution does not need to be integrated in the information systems or network infrastructure of a communications company.

- arassur is a global monitoring service for the quality of service metering, also known as service assurance. The solution generates a variety of transactions on the operator's network and the networks of the operator's roaming partners, and monitors various key performance indicators.

- aranea is a packaged method for auditing customer databases for revenue assurance purposes.

Araxxe is headquartered in the city of Lyon.