Subex has been announced as the winner in "Data Science" category for their innovation "ROC Insights" at Aegis Graham Bell Award 2017, honoring the best innovation in the ICT domain in India. Subex has been applauded as winner at the 8th edition of Aegis Graham Bell Award (AGBA) at NDMC Convention Center, New Delhi.
Aegis Graham Bell has been promoting innovations and entrepreneurship in Telecom, Data Science, Smart City Solution, Cyber Security, Digital India, Cloud and Mobility. AGBA has been rewarding those who made outstanding contribution in these fields since 7 years with a vision to foster and stimulate innovators, for India to become a nucleus of innovations.
"ROC Insights demonstrated its capability to democratize the adoption of advanced analytics across the enterprise through its innovative storyboard approach," - Mr Bhupesh Daheria, Trustee, Aegis Knowledge Trust, Founder and CEO, Aegis School of Business, Data Science & Telecom, mUniversity, Aegis Graham Bell Awards & Data Science Congress. "It has successfully scaled the application of Data Science and Machine Learning to massive volumes of data. An instance of the use cases showcased the development of a modeling approach to identify billing dispute triggers as well as an ensemble model of invoice risk and temporal-based prediction. The customized RFM (Recency, Frequency, Monetary) modeling approach facilitates financial risk management by predicting disputes."
Speaking on the award win, Vinod Kumar, Chief Operating Officer, Subex said, "It gives us great pride to receive the prestigious Aegis Graham Bell Award in the Data Science Category. ROC Insights is our Analytics-as-a-Service offering which helps users truly leverage their data to gain actionable insights quickly and in a consumable manner. In our endeavor to partner with our customers in their digital transformation journey, ROC Insights plays an important role in helping organizations be data-driven through the democratization of data science."
Shares of SUBEX LTD. was last trading in BSE at Rs.9.07 as compared to the previous close of Rs. 8.95. The total number of shares traded during the day was 412964 in over 448 trades.
The stock hit an intraday high of Rs. 9.2 and intraday low of 8.99. The net turnover during the day was Rs. 3747815.