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iCONX MFT application completes its 250 billionth transaction for its telco customer base.

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Dublin-based software and services provider iCONX today celebrated the successful transfer and processing of 250,000,000,000 customer transactions across its MFT (Managed File Transfer) application.

 

The iCONX MFT application directly enables the exchange of data to and from its worldwide customer base, comprising leading telcos such as Vodafone and Liberty Global, who utilise the iCONX ASP service for the complex rating of very large volumes of wholesale billing data.

 

Active since 2001, iCONX serves customers in more than 20 countries worldwide and has continuously developed and scaled up its MFT application to deliver many billions of telco “minutes” into its core pricing, invoicing and settlement engine based in Dublin. This entails the real-time collection and movement of data from all over the world, in all directions to and from a customer base which extends from Europe to the Pacific.

 

iCONX offers fully redundant server and storage infrastructure, including geographic disaster recovery, along with SOX audit compliance (SSAE16), and ISO22301 \  ISO27001 certifications.

 

Speaking for iCONX, CEO Brendan Rogan commented : “Data transfer is the lifeblood of a telco’s operation. With this new processing milestone, we are proud to sit as the central hub safely and securely handling the exchange of very large data sets on behalf of our international customers”.

 

“Thanks to full compliance with data protection regulations worldwide, the iCONX MFT application is so successful that it has now been purchased and adopted by the IT departments of a number of our customers, in order for them to secure and manage the movement of critical data throughout their own organisations”.

 

More information http://www.iconxsolutions.com/about/our-customers

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