Posts Tagged ‘beginners guide’

How Can the CEO Use Revenue Assurance?

datePosted on 11:18, May 17th, 2012 by grapa

How can the CEO Use Revenue Assurance?

Hi, this is Rob Mattison, the president of GRAPA, the Global Revenue Assurance Professionals Association. This week, we will be presenting the next edition in our series “The Beginners Guide to Revenue Assurance”.

In our previous presentations, we covered some of the basic questions that the stranger to telecoms might ask. We established that revenue assurance was a function unique to telecommunications, and that the need that telecoms have for revenue assurance is usually caused by several factors, all concerned with the incredibly fast rate of change that telecom managers must face:

Why do Telecoms use Revenue Assurance?

datePosted on 23:30, March 24th, 2012 by grapa

In this, our second session in the “beginners guide to revenue assurance” series, we will tackle one of the biggest and most pressing questions that managers have when it comes to revenue assurance: “Why should the manager choose to use revenue assurance at all?”

As we have already established, the telecom industry is unique. While other industries like banking, manufacturing and retail naturally seem to integrate the integrity of revenue streams into their operational models only telecoms seems to need to make a specialized function out of it.

What is Revenue Assurance?

datePosted on 13:02, March 10th, 2012 by grapa

What is revenue assurance? What kind of question is that to ask? Especially, what kind of question is that to have as a topic for a blog? In recent months, GRAPA and Revenue Assurance as a whole, has been getting some pretty exciting press coverage. It seems that Revenue Assurance (as promoted by GRAPA at least) is becoming more and more a “top of mind” issue for a lot of C Level executives and even telecoms board members.