Protecting Your Assets

Marek, Sue
January 2002
Wireless Week;01/28/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p17
Trade Publication
Discusses the need for wireless communication companies to upgrade their existing billing systems to handle the complicated transactions and business models made possible by high-speed data networks. Challenges that cause many carriers to delay implementation or use stop gap measures instead of upgrading their entire billing system; Outlook on the worldwide market for packet based wireless billing; Trends in purchasing billing modules. INSET: Vendor Approaches To GPRS Billing.


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