(NASHVILLE, TN) October 16, 2017—Market leader in telecom fraud management systems Equinox Information Systems today reported they will host their 19th annual Protector User Group Meeting in Nashville, TN. This fraud management conference is set for November 13 through 15 at the Music City Center this year. Designed especially for Equinox’s fraud management customers, the event centers around the latest fraud control strategies combined with direct access to the industry-leading fraud management experts. This event is the cornerstone of Equinox’s mission to help telecom carriers protect and optimize their revenue, with all content developed to increase fraud management awareness and maximize return on investment for operators and carriers who battle telecom fraud daily.
Equinox CEO Byron Middendorf serves as the event’s chairperson and opening speaker. The remaining conference lineup includes multiple training sessions, panel discussions, carrier-led case studies, a presentation on using and optimizing the latest FMS tools, a strategy session for increasing FMS efficiency via automation, and a survey-based presentation focused on identifying and overcoming revenue share control obstacles (led by Technology Research Institute’s lead analyst Dan Baker). As always, the agenda includes dedicated time for crowdsourcing future product features. CFCA members who attend the User Group Meeting continue to earn educational credits to qualify for CFCA’s Certified Communications Security Professional (CCSP) designation.
Joe Herron, Vice President of Equinox Support, said, “Our mission is to exceed expectations by providing the highest level of service and respect to customers. This approach is the primary reason we have intensely loyal customers, many of whom we’ve served for over a decade. The Protector User Group Meeting is an extremely valuable part of the Equinox customer service experience, allowing us to honor the long-standing relationships we have with customers and acknowledge their contributions to the Protector community.”
Event attendance has historically increased every year since Equinox first began hosting the event in 1999. This year’s meeting is on pace to break attendance records once again. Get complete event details, including registration link, at: http://www.equinoxis.com/pugm2017.php.
Protector, the most installed fraud management system (FMS) in the U.S., currently processes hundreds of millions of call records per day for customers around the globe. Immediate alerts about unwanted/ potentially dangerous activity speed response time and mitigate risk. Dynamic, customizable monitoring metrics allow Protector to detect all types of fraud—even the newest schemes—across all customer bases and call types. Protector has well earned its reputation for combatting telecommunications fraud by saving carriers hundreds of millions of dollars in fraud losses last year alone.
Since 1986, Nashville-based Equinox Information Systems has helped customers in the global telecommunication industry address profitability and network efficiency issues, including data mediation, fraud management, revenue/expense management, routing assurance, usage analytics, network analysis, and custom application development. The company’s TeleLink and Protector solutions currently process a billion usage records every day for customers across all market segments of the telecom industry. To learn more, go to www.equinoxis.com.