Category Archives: Revenue Assurance

D-Day– ROC Revenue Assurance v5 Globally Launched

No more teaser advertisements…. for today its D-Day.My product ROC Revenue Assurance v5 is Globally Launched, and it definitely is significant for me.One could say– it is my first international product launch– and well it is a grand scale of … Continue reading

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‘INRA’- could this be tomorrow’s definition for today’s RA?

How about an acronym ‘INRA’ which reads as ‘Investment aNd ROI Assurance’?Don’t worry, it is not a new mouthful marketing term that has just jumped out in some bright brain, but the concept and where it stems from is fairly … Continue reading

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"Optimizing" Revenue Assurance

For a number of years now, there has been fair bit of ‘buzzzzzzzz’ on Proactive Revenue Assurance.Let me try and put a few things straight first:– (Reactive) Assurance: Assuring after the fact and preventing recurrence in future– Active Assurance: Assuring … Continue reading

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‘Face Off’ – from revenue assurance to revenue optimization and the way forward

If only it was possible to surgically put faces-off from one skin and fix it on the other, as had been shown in the Nicholas Cage, John Travolta starrer movie ‘Face Off’; business tycoons would surely have used a similar … Continue reading

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Put boundaries to Revenue Assurance – or Just treat the Subscriber as the metric?

Almost after two months of near-zero activity in terms of blogging, I thought of posing a question about the outputs of ‘revenue assurance’ function and the method of measurement.Before that, may I clarify, I strongly hold the opinion that ‘RA’ … Continue reading

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Noetic theory- Can it serve purposes of risk and revenue management in telecoms?

Let me be honest and say, I had not exactly heard this term ‘Noetic Theory’ until one of my seniors mentioned it to me. Hence, just to let everyone know what it is, you can read the same in this … Continue reading

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Revenue Assurance includes Solar RA and Radiation RA

Often it is discussed what is in-scope and out-of scope for “revenue assurance”. In this blog of mine you would find a bunch of articles where I have tried explaining what RA should include and what not. While debating on … Continue reading

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Dynamic Discounting in telecom operations- Risk management and future utilization

Being faithful to my ideology of ‘Risk Management’ and not using the word ‘Revenue Assurance’– in this post I am trying to put my thoughts on the do’s for risk containment in operations implementing ‘Dynamic Discounting’. Quickly ‘About Dynamic Discounting’ … Continue reading

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In scope and Out of Scope for Revenue Assurance in telecom

In a recent comment in talkRA.com, Alan Gonzaga has asked a question that I feel somehow points to the core topic of discussion in my earlier posts viz. Managing ‘Cost’ must be an integral part of telecom Revenue Assurance and Assurance : Management … Continue reading

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Managing ‘Cost’ must be an integral part of telecom Revenue Assurance

Business must be sustainable. A company can be profitable yet bankrupt if the cash reserves are not in the right order. The state of telecoms w.r.t spending does not seem to give a clear picture as to how much the business … Continue reading

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The next sea of change could be around the corner for Telco revenue management

Commonality is a boon or a bane? This is a simple question I am faced with when I try and “search” for the causes of revenue leakage and possible assurance methods in a telecom network. As a matter of fact, … Continue reading

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RA ….The real value add.

I was looking into how “RA” is being done in a number of places– for all the good legal reasons cannot share the sources. But what was strange was to find out — the “outcome” seems to be somewhat distorted … Continue reading

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Rev Assurance to Rev Management :: Leading change of thought process

Apologies for any typing / grammatical errors! Please point out the same through your invaluable comments. I was reading the book, “Leading Change” by Philip Kotler– and found it amazingly simple to understand. (Suggest everyone who is in business). It … Continue reading

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Handling volume explosion of data

Apologies for any typing / grammatical errors! Please point out the same through your invaluable comments. Lets say you are Not Google, and you do not have BigTable, and you need to work with huge volumes of data, and over … Continue reading

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The Test Event Generator

Apologies for any typing / grammatical errors! Please point out the same through your invaluable commentsThis is the first post on the subject matter 🙂Before i proceed, it would be good to let you all know that there is a … Continue reading

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