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Swap Deals in MediaCore SBC increase traffic and margins
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Swap Deals in MediaCore SBC increase traffic and margins
Traffic swap deals are widely used in the Wholesale #VoIP industry. They present companies the opportunity to sell a particular destination with a negative margin, but at the same time sell another destination to the same client for a higher price in order to compensate a negative profit.
The latest MediaCore SBC release allows telecom companies to create, edit and maintain #swap deals. You can regulate and monitor the period, minutes, swap revenue and profitability of every deal you have made. In all cases where the actual traffic is different from the planned, warning reports are generated and sent automatically. Thus, you will be notified on time and take the necessary precautions to avoid financial losses. All swap statistics are available in generated financial summary reports.
Our reliable swap deal tools are easy to manage, saving time and decreasing human errors. Visit https://speedflow.com/mediacore-landingpage/ or contact software@speedflow.com to get more details.
#swapdeals #telecom #softswitch #sessionbordercontroller
10-23-2018 07:57 PM
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