It gives me immense pleasure to announce that we have ended the quarter on a strong note, successfully soaring past our targets. This continued positive performance is the result of concentrated team work of Subexians, driven by passion to make a difference. We closed a number of new marquee customer deals and witnessed good traction from the APAC, MENA, and Africa markets, and we are confident of carrying forward the same momentum to coming quarters.

On the offerings side, there is good traction for our IoT Security solution and we recently closed our first smart city deal with the Town of Florence, Arizona. This is a landmark deal for us considering that the Town of Florence is one of the first cities to protect its public infrastructure through solutions, strategies, and measures provided by Subex. There were also some new launches like Machine Learning infused Fraud Management solutions (specifically towards SIM Box and IRSF) and analytics solution called ACT (Analytics Centre of Trust), all of which have been well received by customers across the globe.

As we continue to evolve, it is critical to strengthen our talent pool. I am happy to also announce the addition of two key members into the Subex family. Mr. G S Venkatraman joins us as the Chief Financial Officer, effective 30th November 2018. With 20+ years of experience in the Finance function, Venkatraman joins Subex from Mindtree where he was the Financial Controller. Also joining us is Shankar Roddam, who happens to be an ex-Subexian, and now takes on the role of Chief Operating Officer, effective 5th December. Shankar joins us from Plivo and previously worked with Subex for 10 years where he was part of the Executive team in the capacity of Head – Emerging Markets. He played an instrumental role during the initial growth phase of Subex. Besides Shankar, we are also witnessing several ex-Subexians returning to be part of Subex’s next stage of growth, which is a positive sign.

You will find below the details of the other exciting things happening at Subex. I thank you again and look forward to your continued support.

Vinod Kumar, CEO and MD, Subex Ltd.


Does Lack of Trust Thwart Your Analytics Goals?
In this Point of View, we analyse why organizations fail to build trust in analytics and and what implications the lack of trust can have on the organization’s overall transformational journey. The paper also explores a proactive model that helps CSPs address the trust gap in data analytics.


Is your Direct Carrier Billing Platform Secured against Revenue Leaks and Fraud?
In the whitepaper, we discuss how operators can build a successful revenue model around DCB? We address how Telcos can manage DCB related risks with a DCB Assurance Solution.


IRSF Fraud: Time to Redefine Rules with Artificial Intelligence?
International Revenue Share Fraud (IRSF), continues to be a recurring problem for Telcos across the globe. This POV analyzes the reasons that add complexity to the current approach and explains how Artificial Intelligence powered IRSF detection can address the Fraud adequately.


Do You Trust Your Analytics Approach?
In this webinar, Prasad Savadi - Senior Director - Data Science at Subex discussed about how CSPs today can adopt an end-to-end analytics framework. He demonstrated how Subex has worked with telecom operators to bridge the trust gap, which in turn helped them to truly reap the benefits of their data.

Selling devices – A boon or bane for Telcos?

The Analytics Trust Gap. It Is Very Real

“Roam like Home”: Cost Optimization for Profitable Margins

Network Capacity Planning – it’s time to stop getting bamboozled!

Cash in on Reverse Logistics


Subex awarded contract from Türk Telekom to deploy ROC Revenue Assurance
Subex to deploy the latest version of its ROC Revenue Assurance solution at Turk Telekom. Subex was selected after a competitive bid, wherein the company was able to successfully showcase the superiority of its Revenue Assurance solution, and how the integration of Hadoop and Machine Learning capabilities makes the solution future ready.


Subex sets eyes on IoT security business, says it is on growth path
“For the next phase of growth, we want to play in IoT security, digital trust and deep learning-based anomaly detection. We have been tracking the IoT threat intelligence landscape and built a solution. We are taking this product not just to telcos, but to smart cities, oil and gas, connected cars, manufacturing and other sectors,” said Vinod Kumar, managing director and CEO at Subex Ltd.

Webinar: Digital Fraud Prevention |
17 January 2019 | Time: 10 AM GMT & 4 PM GMT

Subex speaking at RAG Forum |
Bahrain | 23rd – 24th January 2019

GSMA FASG # 13 |
Muscat, Oman | 29th – 31st January 2019

Mobile World Congress 2019 |
Barcelona, Spain | 25th – 28th February 2019

RSA Conference |
San Francisco, California | 4th – 8th March 2019
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