Stratecast/Frost & Sullivan has named Telarix as the market leader within the wholesale interconnect and settlements sector, for both the iXTools suite of interconnect and settlement solutions and its iXLink carrier-to-carrier information exchange.
“We are honored to be recognized as the market leader by such a premier organization, with the Global Market Share Leadership Award,” said Glen Kazerman, CEO of Telarix. “This award is a true testament to the hard work and dedication of our entire staff over the last several years, as well as the commitment and care we deliver to our clients and the deep understanding of the market needs and wants.”
The award is presented to the company that has demonstrated excellence in capturing the highest market share within the global CSP billing market segment of interconnect and settlement. Stratecast lists the following as key performance drivers for Telarix: breadth of product line, success of iXLink, and deep knowledge of the industry.
Telarix’s two primary products, iXTools and iXLink, allow CSPs to automate their backend. iXTools, available in both a SaaS and licensed version, provides a range of modules: Trading, Routing, Billing, Audit and Settlement. iXLink handles the exchange of rate notifications, invoices and contractual documents, highlighting discrepancies and facilitating the communication between carriers therefore allowing for faster settlement times. Telarix also offers a managed service approach.
Telarix’s clients include Tier 1s like AT&T, America Movil, Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Verizon, Sprint and Telecom Italia, and many smaller operators.
“Our user community continues to grow with more than 3,300 carriers interacting with iXLink and over 200 carriers utilizing iXTools” said Vic Bozzo, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing. “To have such a prestigious organization independently recognize our achievements validates our strategic direction. We are further enhancing our products and now support other applications beyond voice including SMS, video and IPX requirements.”