Monetizing mobile broadband traffic through policy control and real-time charging
Orga Systems reduces TCO to enable profitable growth
Paderborn (Germany) 29 March 2011: Operators worldwide face the key challenge to overcome the model of flat-rate pricing, which has operators caught up in low revenues and rising costs. Orga Systems, #1 choice for real-time charging and billing, provides a real-time charging, active mediation and policy control solution meeting operators’ needs to return to offering profitable mobile broadband services.
Policy control: monetizing real-time services
In the near future, policy control will be a key tool for operators bridging the gap between increasing data traffic volumes and flat data revenues; enabling operators to move to bandwidth based pricing, from all you can eat to all you can afford, through tiered service offerings. In the long run, a single platform for all types of subscribers (pre and postpaid) charging all services (data, VAS, etc.) enables operators to launch faster new and differentiating services. Time to Market is one of the most important aspects for operators in highly competitive markets. Furthermore, Orga Systems’ solution enables innovative and segmented new services and service bundles, attractive mobile broadband offerings, as well as real-time notifications and interaction based on data made available by real-time subscriber data management.
Easy integration for reduced TCO
Compliant to latest 3GPP specifications, Orga Systems’ real-time charging, active mediation and policy control solution can be seamlessly integrated with existing network and IT infrastructures. It performs subscriber specific policy and charging decisions. Real-time subscriber notifications are one key feature enabling a superior end-user experience. In combination with Orga Systems’ real-time convergent charging and billing solutions, NGCP builds a straight forward “end-to-end” solution that reduces operators’ TCO and enables future growth.
Meet with Orga Systems’ solution experts and senior representatives at the Policy Control Conference in Amsterdam from 5 to 6 April 2011.
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