Conakry, 24 May2010 (AGP)- On the occasion of the official inauguration of the first Centre for the Control and Supervision of International Traffic (CCSIT) on 21 May, the Minister of Telecommunications and Information Technology,
Mr. Talibé Diallo, confirmed that partner Global Voice Group has today become an essential player in the telecommunications sector in Africa, as an international company which is raising the technical and technological standards of the regulators.
Global Voice Group puts at the disposal of the regulatory authorities, turn-key solutions adapted to their specific needs.
Through its state-of-the-art systems, Global Voice Group enables regulators to supervise and control their international and national traffic efficiently and in real time, to manage the border interconnections in a methodical manner, to ensure that local carriers earn increased revenue and that Governments earn substantial revenue from their international gateways.
Solutions which, according to the CEO of Global Voice Group, Mr Laurent Lamothe, also ensure that users receive the highest possible levels of service.
After twelve years of experience in Africa, this company today offers regulators a platform which enables them to master national and international traffic to the benefit of their respective countries.
The main solutions offered by Global Voice Group according to their CEO, are the interconnection management system (IMS), the interconnection border control system (IBCS), the revenue assurance system (RAS) and the international gateway assistance programme (IGAP).
Global Voice Group’s most important goals are to generate additional revenue for governments and to guarantee, to operators, a net profitability of their operations via the highest levels in service standards. The group has more than ten offices in Africa including Dakar in Senegal, Brazzaville in Congo, Accra in Ghana, Abidjan in Cote d’Ivoire and Conakry in Guinea (since September 2009).
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