TMNG Global’s (TMNG) Ascertain Chosen by Major U.S. Cable Operator

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Yesterday, it was announced that a major U.S. Cable company has made the choice to use software from TMNG Global (NASDAQ: TMNG). The software, Ascertain Business Assurance Software Suite, will be deployed throughout the cable company’s offices and operations.

TMNG provides numerous services to industries such as communications and digital media, technology and financial services. In addition to providing software such as the Ascertain suite, the company also offers strategy, business, operations and technical consulting, with a client base consisting of over 1,200 firms worldwide.

TMNG claims to offer a “holistic, hands-on approach” to revenue assurance and cost management, working closely with clients using their revenue assurance systems. Among the benefits TMNG promises are a reduced time to market, usability and efficiency improvements for revenue assurance personnel, and reducing the costs of ownership, support and maintenance.

“This contract with a leading U.S. cable MSO is especially gratifying to TMNG Global, as it represents the culmination of a highly successful and thorough trial of Ascertain(R),” said Rich Nespola, Chairman & CEO of TMNG Global. “Ascertain(R) is widely deployed by Tier 1 cable and telecom operators around the world, helping them manage the financial risks and complexities associated with today’s real-time environment.”

“We are proud of TMNG’s successful track record in helping MSOs manage the increasing complexities of delivering tiered converged service offerings across multiple platforms,” said Bill Opet, Senior Vice President of TMNG Global’s Cable and Broadband business. “Ascertain(R) collects and reconciles data with web based reporting on key activities and trends across the multiple service lines, subscribers, and network usage. The software interfaces with major billing, servers, and OSS systems as the MSO community migrates data, applications, and processes for voice, video, HSD, wireless, and content users.”

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