Attention Billing Customers…Your Path to Multi-Dimensional Convergence
Your business is changing. Quickly. Often this means a need for an evolution of your billing and customer management infrastructure. As daunting as this might sound, the good news is that Comverse has thought through the issues and has architected a new solution that will not only address all aspects of convergence (any service, any network, any payment type), but also can be deployed in a phased approach – an approach tailored to your unique business needs.
We know that not every operator has to reach convergence at the same time and by following the same path. In order to be most effective and efficient, your customer care, ordering and billing infrastructure must share the same data model, the same offer management platform, and the same operations and API approach. A solution that can be deployed for today’s needs and then grow as your business needs change is also essential. And, of course, leveraging the investment you have already made in Comverse billing solutions is critical, so we’ve thought through an evolution path.
We are ready when you are. One-third of our customers have been billing for multiple services with our solutions for a number of years. We have already helped several operators deploy prepaid/postpaid convergence. Some of our customers are greenfield operators who built payment convergence into their business model from the start – and are currently in production today offering innovative bundles. A segment of our customers is replacing legacy infrastructure to make their businesses more nimble. And some of our existing postpaid customers have taken the first step toward payment convergence by adding our prepaid capabilities to their infrastructure.
Join us at Mobile World Congress to dialogue about where your business is going and how Comverse can help you get there. At the show, we will also be previewing our new solution for those ready to take the next step toward payment convergence. Contact your account manager to set up a meeting.