Billing with rating, mediation and bucket handling
Billing from Leissner is a combined business support system and operation support system, BSS/OSS. The system is well proven of large number of telecom operators since the launch in 2005. Billing from Leissner can be used in various setups for managing invoicing to B2C, B2B or wholesale functionality for a MVNE. The system manage multiple services presented on a single invoice to the customer.
The system is flexible and can be customized for different customer needs. Billing can be anything from a simple rating engine for the pricing of phone calls, to a complete system for delivery, rating and invoicing. To minimize the risk for over cunsumption of buckets, real time billing can be achieved in combination with an OCS platform from Leissner.
To follow the telecom operators needs of low cost of ownership, Leissner has a pay as you go business model. All Leissner systems is designed to be installed on a virtual server with a Linux operating system, scaling from a small operator up to the needs of a large operators with wholesale or reseller functionality.
Leissner Billing system has its own internal customer database. The system’s customer database supports grouping of the major customers and clients on several levels. Customers on a lower level can be assigned its own billing address or can be billed through the main customer or overhead customer level.
Service and contract management
The billing system has a simple and flexible functionality for defining the different services and contracts. Services can be named freely and assigned various billing-related features such as default rates, billing intervals and so on.
Price lists and pricing/rating
Telecom Billing from Leissner handles an unlimited number of price lists and types of rates – one-time fees, periodic fees and usage charges. It is easy to manually add non-recurring items related to projects or similar. There are functions for managing master price lists and price lists, where the price lists inherit rates from the overlying level.
The system can also handle different types of discount pricing. Discount price can be based on individual client/customer groups, time periods/intervals, destinations, and can be stated as a percentage of the regular price or fixed discount.
Pricing of telephone calls can be made at three levels: The operator’s cost of the call, retail price and the end user price. It is possible to monitor timestamps and margins of the individual calls.
|Subscription handling||Single subscriber price plan||●||●|
|Multi subscriber price plan||●||●|
|Service and contract management||●||●|
|EU Roam Like At Home||●||●|
|Subscription credit blocking and alarms||●|
|Provisioning of subscriptions||○|
|Billing||Clearing house connections and electronic invoice||●|
|Customizable user levels||●||●||●|
|Dedicated Intel based server||○||○||○|
● = Standard function, included
○ = Optional function