Hear how converged policy management can benefit your organisation. In association with Matrixx Software.
Until now, real-time charging and policy management have been implemented as separate applications. But a business case is emerging to integrate, and potentially even converge, these two functions. To date, stand-alone policy management systems have been effective at policing network bandwidth and throttling users based on preset quotas. But are service providers missing the enormous opportunity that comes with converging this functionality with that of real-time rating and charging?
This webinar will explore how an integrated approach for charging and policy helps service providers address the growing need to cope with large volumes of network traffic, heavy data users and bill shock issues in a cost effective, sustainable way.
Join this Webinar to understand:
-The current state of real-time charging and policy management applications and deployments
-Why policy and charging developed as separate applications and some of the gaps resulting from discrete implementations
-How subscriber policy management and OCS are converging to enable differentiation
-How operators will benefit from an integrated policy and charging solution such as:
-How to use subscriber bandwidth thresholds as inflection points to cross- or upsell customers, based on knowledge of their historical spending
-Ways to improve subscriber experience through added visibility into subscriber balances, pricing, billing relationships, credit history, balance sharing and other criteria
-What the operational and technical benefits of an integrated platform for policy and charging are
-How better-informed business decisions can be made when rolling out new services that are compelling as well as profitable.
Dave Labuda, CEO and founder, MATRIXX Software
Shira Levine, Directing Analyst, Next Gen OSS and Policy, Infonetics
Keith Dyer, editor, Mobile Europe.
How real-time charging and policy management are converging to drive more profitable mobile data plans
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
( 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM GMT)