Volume No. 36 

Hi all,

I hope you and your loved ones are safe and healthy.

The last few months have witnessed a staggered return to normalcy as social interactions have picked up and travel restrictions have been lifted. Over the last quarter, we were able to step up our engagement with customers, particularly around new solutions, and our Q1 performance is in line with our expectations. 

The last few months have witnessed a staggered return to normalcy as social interactions have picked up and travel restrictions have been lifted. Over the last quarter, we were able to step up our engagement with customers, particularly around new solutions, and our Q1 performance is in line with our expectations.

As the relevance and applicability of AI continue to increase across multiple verticals, enterprises understand the importance of democratizing AI. This has helped in HyperSense AI gaining traction and we are pursuing various strategic partnerships for increasing market reach.

In-line with our vision of enriching lives through AI-led Digital Trust, our portfolio continues to grow stronger with our core solutions migrating to HyperSense. Our first few customers for HyperSense-based solutions are under deployment, and we are happy with the progress made so far. Our early success from these deployments provides us with confidence and momentum to take HyperSense to a larger set of accounts. Further, the recognition received from the media and analyst community has lent credence to our vision and provided us with the necessary validation for our ongoing investment in the space of AI.

Over the course of the quarter, we have also ramped up our engagement with industry forums like TM Forum. We are actively driving multiple Catalyst Programs and also taking the lead on defining guidelines for important areas like Margin Assurance. Also, our AI Labs team continues to make valuable contributions to the opensource community in an attempt to give something back to the AI fraternity.

In terms of the newer areas of business, I am happy to state that IDcentral has gone live with its first telco customer, helping the operator leapfrog their onboarding process, and gain significant competitive advantage. Sectrio continues to add customers from multiple verticals, and is well-poised to achieve its envisioned objectives for the year.

As we progress through the year, we are confident of emerging as the preferred Digital Trust partner for our customers to help them thrive in this hyper-competitive era. Towards this, I thank you for your support and look forward to your continued patronage.


Vinod Kumar,
MD and CEO, Subex


Subex announces its consolidated financial results for Q1FY23 

Here is a collection of our thought leadership content on hot topics like AI, 5G, Blockchain, IoT and Digital Trust
Building an AI Center of
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Making AI accountable, ethical, and responsible
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Why telcos need an AI-first fraud management system
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Dealing with the deluge of robotexts
Song Analytics: Capture customer delight on music streams
Invoice verification through structured test data
Need for AI-powered anti-fraud tools in telecom: A risk practitioner’s perspective
Telecoms and OTT partnerships business assurance for improved profitability


How Margin Assurance helps telecom operators grow their business
This blog explains how CSPs can assure visibility of real margins and the best practices to detect and mitigate financial leakages leading to low Margins. 
AI-First Fraud Management system: Taking the fight to fraud
Deploying an AI-first fraud management system is a step in the right direction to enhance customer experience while minimizing fraud-related revenue loss.
Part-1: From Telcos to Tech-cos: Carpe ‘AI’ Diem
Discover five ways telcos transform the entire operational process pipeline with AI at the core and reap the benefits of AI-led ecosystems.
Part-2: From Telcos to Tech-cos: Leapfrog to the future with AI
Discover how telcos will transition into tech-cos by keeping AI at its core, and incremental innovation may not cut the ice anymore.
Telcos must do more than just shake off SMS fraud
Telcos ought to focus on transparency and weeding out misaligned players to secure their SMS ecosystem and sustain revenues from A2P and P2P SMSes.
Software License Management: 8 key ingredients
Effective license management is essential to preventing inaccurate tracking of software licenses and usage measurement issues.


Telco transformation begins with AI democratization
Subex, in a joint session with TM Forum, discusses how Telcos can transform business operations by adopting AI across an organization.
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Combating device sales fraud with a holistic approach: Real-world lessons from stc Kuwait
We join stc Kuwait to discuss the various techniques that CSPs can adopt to stay ahead of the curve by effectively mitigating any forms of risks involved in device sales.
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Assuring and accelerating profit maximization in Telco-OTT partnerships
We discuss how Telcos can deliver maximum returns through their OTT partnerships and the role of Business Assurance in mitigating emerging risks.
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Business assurance for telecom
Combatting the plague of CLI Spoofing
Why billing will be better with BCE
AI: Why telcos need a re-think



Uncovering the best practices to assure healthy margins
In this panel discussion, Subex join’s TM Forum to discuss some of the key aspects telecoms need to consider to enhance growth and profitability by negating margin risks.



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