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Most sales activity for local exchange carriers involves marketing to customers that already have local service with another provider. Economics dictate the cost of customer acquisition, service ordering, provisioning, and activation be minimized. The human errors that are prevalent in the process must be kept to an absolute minimum. To achieve these goals, a carrier needs to automate the customer acquisition process and the supply chain to the greatest extent possible.
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Product Code Catalog Management for Communication Carriers
In order to achieve supply chain automation, and ultimately to reduce the manual effort required to provide communication service, carriers need to deal with product catalogs from several different internal information systems and several different trading partners. These catalogs contain codes identifying all of the different services and features that are procured, ordered, provisioned, and billed. The communications industry does not adhere to a uniform product coding standard, and it is up to each individual carrier to resolve the different definitions of product codes that it exchanges between its internal systems and its trading partners. This results in manually intensive and error prone trading partner interaction, ordering, provisioning, and billing.
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Value Not Realized - OSS PREORDER - Questioning Conventional Wisdom
The Communications industry has been reeling from the recent economic difficulties in the United States exacerbated by the events of September 11, 2001. Even before the 1996 Telecommunications act, CSP’s (Communications Service Providers) were investing in communications facilities of all kinds. Conventional wisdom stated that there was not enough margin to gain an adequate return for investors in any kind of resale scenario. Conventional wisdom dictated the "land rush" that followed. Bolstered by very significant investments, CSP’s rushed out to lay as much fiber as possible and ring as many primary and secondary metropolitan services areas as possible. Communications switches and routers couldn’t be built and delivered fast enough. The reason was the same – gain as much market share as possible.
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Competitive Carrier Strategies for Address Validation
Possibly the biggest bottleneck in the operations of Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLECs) is the process of exchanging information with the Local Exchange Carriers (LECs). A significant area of difficulty is address validation. Address validation is required whenever a CLEC needs to order services from a LEC. Valid addresses are required on a variety of documents that CLECs need to provide to LECs. LECs will reject CLEC service requests whenever a valid address is not provided. The problem is that a "valid address" is an address as it is known to the LEC, and it is often difficult to submit an address that will be accepted by a LEC without a good deal of trial and error.
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