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Revenue Management

The TM Forum Revenue Assurance Program has an extensible framework that enables the deployment of effective Revenue Assurance processes across various activities, processes, systems and network technologies.

This Program embraces Revenue Assurance, Fraud Management, Charging and Billing, and Asset Management with the intent of underpinning all the strategic programs, but specifically focused on the challenges identified in the IOE Roadmap of Challenges, notably monetization and trust. The documents produced by these teams represent the state of the art in Revenue Management – help the teams keep them there!

Areas of focus at Action Week:

  • Network asset management: Best practice use cases. NAM Catalyst – how NAM can facilitate digital transformation.
  • Revenue assurance: KPIs and the balanced scorecard, improving Risk coverage model, ‘Strategic direction for RA’, Ra Survey’17, IOE monetization, impact of SDN/NFV
  • Fraud management: 2017 Survey results, the need for a ‘Light weight’ FMMM, Fraud Risk Assessment methodology, IOE use cases
  • Charging and billing: What are the opportunities and challenges for charging and billing in SDN/NFV, Customer experience integration – revenue sharing in IOE and IOE use cases

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Project Topic by Day

Monday, February 6
Cross team meetings on:

  • Overview, Roadmap Alignment and project goals for the week of the Open Digital and Internet of Everything Programs
  • Trust, Security, Privacy and Revenue Management

Tuesday, February 7
Cross team meetings on:

  • Trust, Security, Privacy and Revenue Management
  • Data Governance, Management and Fraud Analytics
  • Revenue Assurance: Strategic direction, loss and susceptibility to revenue leakage; Balance scorecard; Improving risk coverage model

Wednesday, February 8
Cross team meetings on:

  • Revenue Assurance – RA survey; Revenue at Risk Forecast model and Corporate Strategic plan; NFV impact on RA; IOE Monetization
  • Data Governance, Management and Fraud continued

Thursday, February 9
End of session read-outs by each team (Monetization, Trust, RA, FM, Charging & Billing, Incubators)
Cross team meetings on:

  • Trust, Security, Privacy and Revenue Management continued
  • Fraud: Fraud Analytics: Fraud Survey’17 results, Fraud Risk -Assessment Process,-‘Lightweight’ Fraud Classification Model, Review updates on FMMM

Who Is Going To Be There ?

Types of Companies:
Companies preparing to embark on a network transformation to SDN/NFV,

Individuals:
Operators; network engineers;network planning and finance executives; RA fraud and charging and billing experts

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