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12 April, 2006 - 10:02 By Staff Reporter

Azure opens service and date bureau for Americas

Azure, the revenue assurance company that spun out of BT and has its research base in Ipswich, has opened a service and data bureau for Latin and North America markets, including fraud and interconnect capabilities.Azure, the revenue assurance company that spun out of BT and has its research base in Ipswich, has opened a service and data bureau for Latin and North America markets, including fraud and interconnect capabilities.

Azure has made the move to meet increased customer demand from a growing roster of telecoms operators in Latin and North America.

The centre incorporates the company’s existing fraud, interconnect and enterprise data integrity (Certo 2.0™) offerings as a web-based, managed service.

The new service is quick to deploy, reduces the need for capital expenditures and IT resources, and further automates the monitoring, tracking and revenue collection of existing and next-generation telecommunications services.

With more than 30 of its 80 telecommunications customers worldwide, including BT, using its bureau offerings, Azure has extensive experience in developing web-based revenue-assurance solutions.

Already established in Mexico City, Azure has chosen to attack Latin America from a new hub in Colorado.

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