Orga Systems' solution to replace multiple IN prepaid and legacy postpaid systems
Orga Systems, a real-time charging and billing company, helps operators to keep up with recent changes in the telecommunications industry. Operators need to rely on fully convergent billing solutions, handling charging and billing for all services, customer segments and payment methods. Real-time capabilities need to be utilized to increase billing transparency and improve customer satisfaction, also for postpaid, hybrid and corporate subscribers. Especially for markets in which high performance real-time processing is a key factor, as they provide an ideal solution to replace multiple IN prepaid and legacy postpaid systems.
These new BSS/OSS solutions need to be highly scalable - up to 140+ M subscribers on one single real-time system. Handling the whole subscriber base on one single system makes real-time capabilities available for post-paid subscribers as well.
Moving from flat rate pricing to Customer Network Service differentiation
The conventional wisdom would be to decrease the network costs while increasing data services, speed bandwidth and revenues. But how? The key here is to move the business model from flat rate pricing to Customer Network Service differentiation. The key challenge is to do it without creating customer dissatisfaction. The good news is that this is now possible, real-time integrated BSS and OSS systems can provide the answers.
Unlocking revenues from data systems
Integrating OSS and BSS is an excellent opportunity for CIOs and CTOs to redefine the revenue pipe by welding of network base service capability to software based support. CIOs, CTOs and CMOs need to work together as this innovative solution spans across BSS and OSS in real time and also create a tremendous opportunity for Marketing to increase revenues from customers and channels. Real-time charging enables the unlocking of potential revenues from those customers who would like to top-up for session access. This will also tap a huge opportunity of getting funds from the free rides that operators use as a bit pipe. By lowering the demand for additional network resources, unlocking potential revenues from data systems, a financially attractive future emerges for operators.