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Telecommunications 

Telecommunications companies whose success requires superior billing application performance in business-critical client server environments have turned to DES subsystems to provide them with a competitive business advantage technology.   Quick time to deployment, application speed and performance, and system reliability are the hallmarks of the DES subsystem and the reason why telecommunications companies rely on DES.   Listed below are some of the applications that DES has been instrumental in accelerating. 
 
Typical Telecommunications Applications 
  • Billing Application - achieved mainframe-level performance at a lower cost of ownership
  • Voice Mail Provisioning - doubled throughput, reduced costs
  • Sales Force Automation - enabled nightly updates to sales force, increased sales efficiencies
  • Line Usage Tracking - enabled accurate tracking of line usage, increased license revenues
  • Automated Plant Provisioning - increased throughput by 38%, reduced costs
  • Revenue reporting system - enabled strategic financial decisions that increased the bottom line
  • Oracle Financials - dramatically improved OLTP and batch processing, increased productivity and bottom line


Telecommunications Customers And Success Stories


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