Pareteum’s Business Support System (BSS) hosts the various services enjoyed by end-users. It contains a variety of cross-integrated modules and functions, enabling you to manage your service offerings any way you want.
With fully independent, real-time controls for pre-paid and post-paid account management, you’ll be able to efficiently launch creative, new offerings.
Aside from real-time controls for voice, SMS, and data (VSD) services, the Pareteum BSS also provides offline and Over The Top (OTT) interfaces that enable you to enrich your product catalog with OTT services and online content services.
Functional — Business Support System (BSS)
Pareteum’s BSS provides several modules with flexible user interfaces that facilitate the development of bespoke MVNO and telecommunications deployments. Its functionalities can be divided into four primary categories:
Although order management is typically associated with OSS, BSS is often the business driver for it. It includes:
3. Revenue Management
Balance management (pre-paid and post-paid)
Real-time and offline rating
Fair usage policy
Bill shock prevention
Service usage monitoring
Billing and invoicing
4. Product Management
Product management refers to the set of capabilities geared towards the creation and deployment of offerings and services. These offerings can be launched in a flexible, autonomous manner via the following modules:
Service catalog management
Quality of service
Subscription life cycle management
Voucher life cycle management
Whitelist & blacklist
Service & VLR restrictions
Pareteum’s BSS Is Used in a Variety of Pareteum Solutions, Including:
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