365squared to unveil world's fastest A2P monetisation service in Brussels next week – 365managed

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  • March 2, 2016 12:25 PM GMT
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March 2 2016, Malta: Global Mobile Operator services company 365squared will use next week’s GSMA WAS3 conference in Belgium to unveil the fastest A2P monetisation service the industry has ever seen – 365managed.

365squared has customers and presence throughout Europe, South America, Africa and Asia and next week at the event in Brussels it will launch its new service 365managed, which is ideal for operators looking to add significantly to the value of their current filtering systems.

“We are tremendously excited to have this new managed service ready in time for WAS3 and to have the chance to show it directly to the people who can use it to increase revenues and also improve customer service and satisfaction,” said 365squared CCO Roneel Prasad.

“Mobile Operators are waking up to the fact that significant revenue opportunities are slipping through their networks unnoticed. With 365squared they can not only stop it happening but we can actually turn the whole process into monetisation very quickly for them”.

The 365squared managed service includes 24/7 SMS Firewall Monitoring and Administration, access to the company’s unique Intelligence Database, the 365squared message simulator, in-built traffic analysis and forecast management and reporting and billing support. Its implementation needs no new resource or investment from the operator, provides and efficient blocking of grey route traffic and is operational 24/7.

“We have already set industry benchmarks in the monetization and security of A2P SMS with our 365secure service but our 365managed service takes our offering to a completely new level,” added Prasad.

“Analysts were saying last year that operators were losing revenues from around $600m to a billion to grey route messaging,” added Prasad.

“We have already been leading the fight to put these revenues back into the hands of the operators who must install and maintain these networks and we now have a new weapon to make us even more effective”.

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