Self Service Increases Sales and Reduces Workload for Network Operators
Nobody likes to wait in lengthy call queues and almost everyone likes to buy what they want when they want it. With e-commerce expanding rapidly every year and an “appstore” basically in everyone’s pocket, consumers are becoming accustomed to the freedom of self-service.
This also remains valid when it comes to business relationships between companies. Most companies don’t want to wait for a reply from a support-person just to make small changes – they want to possess the ability to do it by themselves.
Subscriber Self Service
Network Owner Self Service
As a Network Owner you shouldn’t have to provide much assistance if you have authorized a professional operator to manage your network. Still there is always a need to monitor the status and utilization of the network. With COS Business Engine the Network Owner has their own Dashboard where they can comprehensively see how well the operator is administering the day-to-day operations of the network.
Operator Self Service
Service Provider Self Service
The Service Provider delivers services and prices to the subscribers while contending with competing Service providers on an Open Access Network. The benefit of open access is that the providers have the ability to adjust their service offerings and prices swiftly in the pursuit of winning subscribers. With COS Business Engine the Service providers have their own specific login where they can make changes to their services and instantly publish them in the online Marketplace. This can be accomplished entirely without the involvement of the Network operator. They also have access to the network status, all of the customers data and other important information allowing them to work more efficiently without the need to contact the Network operator. This leads to better competition on the network, more efficient Service providers and a reduced workload for the Network operator. The Network operator can focus on its main responsibility – maintaining and operating the physical network.