RESTON, VA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/20/12 -- Pipeline, the world's leading magazine for OSS and BSS news and information, named Razorsight CEO Charlie Thomas a "Top 10 Trendsetter of 2012."
The "Top 10 Trendsetter of 2012" list recognizes individuals and companies that transformed the communications landscape this year, and whose influence and contributions will be felt into 2013 and beyond. Thomas and Razorsight were selected for advancing cloud-based financial assurance as a mission-critical priority ensuring profitability for the $2 trillion global communications industry.
Pipeline hailed Razorsight as "the global leader in cloud-based financial assurance and analytics solutions that empower mobile, cable and wireline CSPs, ranking it at the top in both revenue and numbers of customers served" based on research by Frost & Sullivan, and cited the company's strong momentum through recent expansion in AsiaPac and Latin America. Frost & Sullivan places Razorsight in the forefront of the financial assurance sector, an industry expected to grow 12.8 percent annually, reaching $765 million by mid-decade.
"As the pioneer in cloud-based business intelligence and predictive analytics for CSPs, Razorsight has a 10-year lead on the competition," said CEO Charlie Thomas. "Our solutions deliver 'economic stimulus' to the communications industry, unlocking the value of big data to open new avenues of profit, savings and customer loyalty in near real-time."
About Razorsight, www.razorsight.com
Razorsight provides cloud-based financial assurance and predictive analytics solutions for Communications Service Providers (CSP). Razorsight's Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) acts as a stimulus to CSPs by driving revenue growth and cost reduction. Razorsight's highly scalable, web-based software is easy to install, requires no capital investment, and has delivered millions of dollars in profitability gains at industry leaders such as AT&T, Verizon, Telus, Comcast, Cbeyond, CenturyLink, Windstream, T-Mobile, Telekomunikacja Polska (TP Group), Tata, and IBM.