CHAMPAIGN, Ill., April 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Communications Data Group (CDG) is pleased to announce the recent migration of its MBS online databases to CDG's AIX platform. With this move, MBS online companies now have the ability to directly control their own bill processing and verification, from the pre-extract audit to final bill run, and personally manage the setup, automation, approval processes, and scheduling of their invoicing modules.
According to CDG's Vice President of Product Support, Mike Runyon, "With the AIX platform comes a whole host of new tools that give our clients a level of control they have never had access to before. We know that nobody knows their usage and processes better than our clients, and now they are able to capitalize on that knowledge to further increase their revenue assurance and maximize their billable revenue." Many of CDG's MBS clients are already successfully utilizing these new billing control tools.
CDG's subscriber billing and invoicing solution, MBS, is a highly flexible, modular system for managing and billing wireline, Internet, cable, wireless, VoIP, IPTV, and non-telecom services. MBS interfaces to Customer Care, Mediation, Customer Invoicing, Plant Records, Trouble Reporting, E-Care, Cash Drawer, Service Activation Manager (SAM), and Patronage, as well as third-party financial, mapping and facilities management products.
About CDG: CDG offers scalable, accurate billing and operational support solutions for voice, video, and data for retail and wholesale telecommunications carriers and service providers. Options include: Interconnect, CABS, Mediation, Customer Care, Plant, Trouble, Service Provisioning, E-Care, Task Management, and third-party financial, mapping and facilities management products. Service bureau, online, and licensed options are available. Visit our website at www.cdg.ws to learn more.
Contact: Ryan Travaille
Phone: 217 402-3445
SOURCE Communications Data Group