Yoigo, the Spanish mobile network operator and a subsidiary of Teliasonera Group, has selected its MACH’s Wholesale Roaming Solution (WRS) to help optimise its cash flow while simultaneously accelerating financial clearing and settlement for its roaming business. The WRS combines MACH’s data clearing and financial clearing and settlement services and will help Yoigo reduce the time to market for advanced roaming services, while providing full transparency of clearing and settlement across a single customer portal.
MACH’s solution offers Yoigo an integrated view of its roaming wholesale, retail and financial data delivering enhanced levels of control, analysis and business optimisation across the group and subscriber levels. The WRS also helps Yoigo reduce revenue leakage through its auto-repair function, designed to correct the most common TAP errors associated with incorrect billing reconciliation.
Miguel Angel Barba Rodriguez, roaming manager at Yoigo, said: “As part of the larger Teliasonera Group, it is important for us to achieve operational simplicity, and MACH understands this. MACH’s WRS frees us from having to maintain our own clearing and settlement capabilities and the expensive in-house expertise and technology resources this entails. In addition to reducing costs, MACH’s services enable us to outsource the non-core functions of data and financial clearing and settlement, allowing us to focus on growing our subscriber base.”
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