Launching a prepaid service requires some fundamental B/OSS processes. The fact that it is prepaid can help reduce the complexity involved, but that is not to say that you do not need to consider all elements carefully. Get expert opinion on what you need to consider when launching prepaid services on an existing B/OSS architecture.
Among all of the strategic challenges competing for network service providers’ (SPs) attention, nothing is more crucial to success in the day-to-day battle for market supremacy than finding a way to accelerate activation of new services and promotions.
Improve CSR troubleshooting and lower support costs with Smart CSR, a troubleshooting and integration platform that enables faster root cause analysis, smoother workflow, and enhanced subscriber QoE.
Worldwide, demand for faster broadband speeds and better service experiences has sparked a new wave of access technology. Fiber optics leads the way due to its gigabit-per-second speeds and relatively inexpensive deployment costs; however, there’s more to deploying fiber than just building the network.
The key to revenue assurance is to identify areas that either generate or save money. Implementing secure, end-to-end processes stops revenue leakage, avoids future issues, and enables an increased focus on proactive strategies to generate revenue. Get the guide to discover 5 tactical approaches for revenue assurance for service providers.
The surge in global Internet traffic is stressing broadband networks. In this environment, more multiple service operators (MSOs) are turning to Internet Protocol Detail Record (IPDR) to manage their high-speed data platforms and businesses. Enhanced features and back office integration can make an IPDR system even more effective by providing network intelligence for capacity planning, customer support, and new service rollouts.
A telecommunications service provider in Latin America reached a major milestone, adding HSD, IPTV, and VoIP services over fiber to their existing services catalog.
A major communication service provider in Singapore is using Incognito Software Systems Inc. solutions to provision, activate, and fulfill services over FTTx (Fiber-to-the-x).
Part one of your three-part guide for implementing, integrating, and activating fiber services as part of a converged network.
FTTx is the leading solution, but operators must have systems in place that helps them profitably enable devices, manage services, and monitor bandwidth.