Real-Time Rating & Charging: Three Billion Events per Hour May Not be Enough to Address Changing Market Conditions

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This report will explain why real-time rating & charging has again pushed to the forefront of back office systems that need modernization, with the accompanying change to existing processes. It will outline, from today’s perspective, the key business needs that must be addressed with enough flexibility to tackle tomorrow’s expectations. The report also discusses how one supplier—Oracle—attacks the real-time rating & charging challenge with its just announced Oracle Communications Elastic Charging Engine (OCECE).

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Real-Time Rating & Charging: Three Billion Events per Hour May Not be Enough to Address Changing Market ConditionsSPIE 2012 #39 - October 26/2012IntroductionThe Changing Communications Market and Customer LandscapeDigital Content Increases Data Volumes and Challenges Traditional Accountability MethodsWhat is the Oracle Communications Elastic Charging Engine (OCECE)?Why the Oracle Communications Elastic Charging Engine?How Does the Integrated Oracle Communications Elastic Charging Engine and Oracle Communications BRM Approach Stack Up to Expectations?Stratecast - The Last WordAbout Stratecast




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