1. Recover revenue loss
Global revenue losses to telecom fraud in 2019
amounted to $28.3 billion. Eliminating fraud, first
and foremost, stops major financial losses for telcos and enterprises.
2. Reduced customer churn
Subscribers call more actively and become more loyal to one carrier or brand if they experience
fewer problems with fraud. 3. Simplified dispute resolution
The originating and terminating operators are openly and fully aligned on the call details. Such
transparency and accuracy in the call data along the whole transit route simplify negotiations
between transit carriers. 4. Transparency
In continuation from the above point, any inspections into the transit route from any party can be
done more efficiently. With transparent data readily and easily available, things like traceback
requests from a regulator or other authorities are faster and simpler. 5. Confidence
No false positives. Only fraudulent calls are blocked - legal calls are not blocked. By accurately
blocking the right calls, we increase revenues as well as make services more attractive and
trustworthy. End-users and enterprises receive a better, safer service that facilitates trust. 6. Eliminate country-specific call blocking
By accurately detecting each and every fraudulent call, operators from risky destinations are able
to do away with the country-specific call blocking approach that blocks legal, legitimate calls. 7. Improve SMS revenues
Operators have seen SMS revenues decline as the use of flash calls to bypass A2P SMS
termination rates have risen. By accurately validating each call, operators can easily filter out flash
calls and begin recovering lost SMS revenue. 8. Replace dated, costly solutions
With the accuracy of call validation, we can decommission out-of-date, ineffective and costly
solutions like test-call generators, providing 24/7 monitoring of operators' routes by validating live
traffic. 9. More secure services for subscribers
By eliminating voice fraud, we open up new, fully reliable and secure means of verification and
other security measures. For example, voice calls can be used as an authentication method for
different kinds of services, including highly sensitive financial services.
More than 200+ operators around the world are already reaping the benefits of cross-validating their traffic.
The key word here is 'cross-validation'. Without it, this wouldn't be possible. To understand why cross-validation is so effective, let's look at how it works.