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cVidya Networks
Type Private
Industry Telecommunication, Services, Consulting, Revenue Management, Revenue Assurance, Fraud Management, Dealer management
Founded 2001
Founder(s) Alon Aginsky
Headquarters Herzlia, Israel

cVidya Networks is a provider of revenue intelligence solutions for communications and digital service providers.

cVidya's investors include Battery Ventures, Carmel Ventures, Hyperion, StageOne, Saints Capital and Plenus.


cVidya was founded in 2001 by Alon Aginsky in the US and saw successful projects at Telecom Italia and Bezeq Israel within its first couple of years.

Between 2004–2010 cVidya became one of the leading vendors in the Revenue Assurance domain with the MoneyMap® product suite, and gained global market penetration which began with their entrance into Europe followed closely by LATAM, APAC, North America and Africa.

cVidya’s acquisition of ECtel in 2010 [1] was a major milestone for the company. By acquiring the larger, publicly traded company and through consolidating their product portfolios cVidya added the FraudView® Fraud Management product and integrated it to its Revenue Analytics solutions portfolio.

In 2011 cVidya adds Risk Management product to its portfolio and launches the Education Center service, offering Revenue Assurance and Fraud Management eLearning courses to industry professionals.[2] In that same year, Gartner Ranks cVidya as the global market leader.[3]

In 2013 cVidya expands its portfolio, adding Big Data Analytics capabilities and Marketing Analytics solution suite.[4]


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