UK-based specialist in detecting and eliminating mobile network operator fraud, Revector, has won two prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise. The company has been rewarded with Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in Innovation and in International Trade.
With a 315% growth in overseas earning since 2009, the company has
entered 37 new markets in the last three years. Revector has worked with
mobile operators in more than 75 countries around the globe helping to
reduce and eliminate some of the estimated $58 billion* of fraud and
mis-billing on mobile networks.
Initially focussing on combating GSM Gateway or “SIM Box” fraud, the
company has enabled mobile network operators to significantly reduce or
even eliminate fraud on their networks, saving billions in otherwise
During 2012 Revector has launched a series of new initiatives including
its “Locate and Eliminate” service that enables mobile network operators
to determine the physical location of fraudsters to a single building
or office, enabling authorities to make arrests and seize equipment.
Andy Gent, CEO of Revector, said: “The two Queen’s Awards recognise our
commitment to create a global business that is at the forefront of
anti-fraud technology. As a British company operating across the world,
we have built a reputation for delivering the most effective services
on the market and we are delighted to have been recognised in this the
Queen’s Diamond Jubilee year.”
Founded in 2001, Revector creates products and services that enable
telecommunications companies to quickly and effectively counter fraud.
Working with operators including Vodafone, Bharti Airtel, Hutchison
Three, Zain, Digicel, Etisalat, Telenor, Tele2, Tigo, MTS, NTT DoCoMo,
Rogers, T-Mobile and Cable & Wireless, Revector’s products have
enabled mobile network operators to remove millions of dollars’ worth of
fraudulent activity from their networks. To find out more visit www.revector.com