MAKING STRATEGIC NETWORKING DECISIONS- A THREE-DAY TRAINING EVENT
18-20 JULY 2005, THE FORUM, BRYANSTON, SOUTH AFRICA
Today's telecommunications networks can transport voice, data and image traffic to any location in the world. Traditionally, organisations used many separate networks for the various types of information they needed to exchange. There is now a move towards convergence of several types of traffic into fewer networks.
Attending the course “Understanding data and multi-services networking” on 18 to 20 July 2005 at The Forum, Bryanston is the best way to fill in the gaps and to quickly inform yourself about data networking, IP, the Internet, ATM and network convergence technology. It has been designed to give you an understanding of data communication principles, practices and terminology and how they are employed within modern communication networks.
The course starts with fundamentals, progresses in a logical order through popular technologies and finishes with a structured overview of mainstream solutions… and how it all fits together.
Click here to register online before the Early Bird offer closes. Further information can be obtained from Denise Breytenbach on (011) 807-3294 / firstname.lastname@example.org
AFRICAN TELECOMS BILLING AND REVENUE MANAGEMENT FORUM
HOLIDAY INN HOTEL, CAPE TOWN - 5-9 SEPTEMBER 2005
The programme for this year's African Telecoms Billing and Revenue Management Forum has now been finalised and is available to download from the conference website. Just click the link above to view full programme and speaker details.
This event offers two co-located conferences, which will enable you to develop a flexible and scalable billing and customer care strategy, while protecting your revenues through an integrated fraud, revenue assurance, credit and risk management programme. Don't miss this opportunity to develop and consolidate your knowledge and contacts in this field.
The international speaker panel for this year's event includes senior representatives of:
Cable & Wireless * Celtel International * Ghana Telecom * Global Billing Association * Intercellular Nigeria * MTN South Africa * O2 UK * Orange Cameroon * Orbitel * Safaricom * Telkom South Africa * TNO Information and Communication Technology * Uganda Telecom * VMobile Nigeria * Vodacom Group * Vodacom Tanzania
Their presentations will cover the following hot topics:
* Developing a Successful Billing System Implementation Strategy: Creating a Benchmark for Implementation Best Practice (MTN SA)
*Billing for Convergence - Examining the Business Case and Billing Strategy Behind Converged Prepaid / Post Paid Offering (Intercellular Nigeria)
*Overcoming the Specific Revenue Assurance Challenges faced by Operators in the African Markets by Developing Effective Risk Assessment and Debt Collection Processes (Orange Cameroon)
*Comprehending the Specific Fraud and Revenue Leakage Issues Impacting Ghana Telecom's Margins and Overall Business Development
*Determining the Criteria Required to Select the Optimum Revenue Management System for your Network and Outlining the Relative Benefits of the Different Types of System (Celtel International)