Partner Settlement Management
Everything you need to fully optimize your partner management for better profitability
Few markets are as competitive or fast moving as the wholesale telecom market. With players, policies, and partners constantly in flux, you need a reliable, scalable solution that can handle whatever you throw at it. Wholesale Business Management Solution (WBMS) is the leading choice of telecom operators worldwide. Comprehensive yet cost-effective, this suite helps you simplify the control of complex interconnect agreements and processes for optimum revenue and profitability. Our pre-integrated products provide the very best in strategic wholesale partner management, optimized traffic trading and routing, and accurate billing and settlement.
Prices and adjustments:
This includes the initial level of interconnection charges,
a definition of the currency in which interconnection charges are to be paid and how prices will adjust over the term of the agreement to account for exchange rate changes and inflation.
Points of interconnection:
The physical locations, where interconnection will take place and the technical standards to be employed in the interconnection are defined.
Transport and traffic routing:
Some definition must be made for how calls will be routed and what will be transport to deliver the calls.
Quality of service:
Quality standards are defined, particularly for time to provision circuits and for call blocking levels, and remedies are defined for when those standards are not met.
Billing and collection:
When and how to collect traffic data, when and how to exchange bills, and when and how to make payment should be specified.
A process for reconciling traffic data and for making inquiries to the other party and for handling claims also should be incorporated. A procedure for resolving discrepancies is useful which often involves seeking recourse to arbitration, the regulator, or to the courts.
Access of each operator to the country’s numbering plan and numbering resources must be defined.
Capacity to deliver and receive the traffic that flows between the interconnecting networks should be discussed and documented.