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Network and element management, like staff training, are often the first things cut from the budget and the last things implemented. Perhaps that s a bit harsh, but not by much. One of the loudest complaints voiced by customers, especially enterprise customers, is billing complexity. Customers claim to want a single, simple-to-understand bill1 for all of their network services. And because of the diverse and logically disconnected nature of the network elements that come into play when provisioning customer services, the actual provisioning process is often slow, inaccurate, and expensive. Reduction of managed elements and the creation of an aggressively accurate and capable management interface must be of paramount importance to incumbent service providers. Furthermore, there is ample evidence to suggest that the management systems operated by service providers since time began will soon be inadequate to handle the evolving demands of the services marketplace. Those systems are based on a model of predictable, recurring charges as well as a few nonrecurring charges every month. The market model, however, is beginning to embrace a more transaction-oriented billing model, which means that the OSS systems operated by the traditional telco will no longer suffice. It is critical that these companies actively evolve their internal systems to meet the needs of the changing customer base. Another factor is physical deployment. The operating expenses incurred by ILECs to deploy DSL, for example, are inordinately high because it often requires multiple truck rolls (installation technician dispatches) to make it work. Not only is this expensive in terms of real dollars, it s frustrating for customers.
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Next on the wish list is an aggressive examination of the services that customers actually want and a plan to deliver them cost-effectively. Service providers are now putting into place data-mining and knowledge-management applications to help them better understand the evolving needs of their customers and make them more capable of responding to demands for service, perhaps even before the customer
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1 Personally, if I received a single bill for all of the telecommunications services I pay for every month, I d probably go into cardiac arrest. But that s just me.
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realizes the need. Most important is the aforementioned understanding: At the risk of sounding simplistic, it is absolutely critical that service providers offer services the customers actually want rather than the services that they think they want or that are based on the technologies that happen to be available at the time. Finally, related to the last item, it is important that service providers carefully differentiate between enterprise and residence customer requirements, as much for the commonalities of demand as for the differences. So what are these additional services Many believe that the key to enhanced market success lies in a well-planned entry on the part of the ILECs into the video services market, offering content and interactive video-based services. This could also lead to enhanced success for broadband wireless technologies such as the Local Multipoint Distribution Service (LMDS), WiMAX, and the Multipoint, Multichannel Distribution Service (MMDS). Some service providers are already looking at content delivery; consider, for example, Telus in western Canada. Telus was the first service provider in North America to deploy a regionwide IP backbone, one of the first to offer IP-based voice services, and now offers Telus TV, which is the equivalent of cable content delivered over DSL. Industry analysts continue to examine the viability of ILEC/satellite provider alliances, which would give ILECs an enormous footprint for service delivery and potential access to far-ranging content, and the satellite company access to a large collection of potential subscribers. And while this combination may not be ideal, it is worth considering in the future. Consider SBC s recent interest in DirecTV. Today, 11 service providers control 85 percent of the global telecommunications marketplace, and ILECs are responsible for 85 percent of all equipment spending. So, they are without question a force to be reckoned with.
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