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Double the Impact of Your Revenue Assurance Practice  

Double the Impact of Your Revenue Assurance Practice

 

Stand out from the competition. No one else is offering a massively scalable Data Management Solution optimized for Revenue Assurance.

  • It's an all-in-one package – Dell servers and data optimization, delivered as a single solution to support revenue assurance
  • ADMS was specifically designed for the data issues associated with the telecom industry
  • The solution integrates seamlessly into an existing Oracle environment

The Value of Capturing the Long Tail?

Using the ADMS as an RA platform delivers streaming data from multiple sources to recover the hardest-to-identify leakage. RA + ADMS 3rd Generation solutions can yield an additional 0.6 to 1.5% of telecom service provider revenue, effectively doubling the revenue recovered.

The Money is in the Detail

Dataupia ADMS-RA gets better results by using all the available data sources at the detail level to maximize the detection and resolution across telecom carrier operations. However, data volumes have spiraled and operators regularly generate 5+ billion xDRs per day. The challenge is how to handle this and keep the price competitive. Other solutions can take an 'Aggregate Only' approach because ofhardware limitations, missing out on a significant percentage of leakage identification. The Dataupia ADMS transforms an RA application into is a highly scalable and performant 3rd Generation solution which easily handles 90 to 180 days or more of detailed xDR storage.

Key Business Problem Solved

Dataupia ADMS is ideal for telecom clients who are looking for a fast, simple, and cost-effective way to implement ROCware-RA with minimal IT investment and to show ROI quickly. The ROI is the result of the 3rd Generation RA's ability to extend revenue capture (see chart below).

The Long Tail

The Long Tail was coined by Chris Anderson in a 2004 Wired article for business models such as Amazon and Netflix where the low end of the curve stretches on and actually brings in the greater portion of the revenue.