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Acision participates in ‘Smart Solutions for Next Generation Telcos’ hosted by long term partner Computaris, part of it 20th anniversary virtual event.

Acision is very pleased to announce that it will be participating in ‘Smart Solutions for Next Generation Telcos’ hosted by long term partner Computaris.  During a live webinar on 14th November 2012, at 10am, Acision’s Chris White, Director of Product Management, Charging, will discuss how communication service providers can empower subscribers to define their own packages, reduce bill shock and allow hybrid accounts using a real time rating and charging engine. 

The webinar is part of Computaris’ virtual event celebrating two decades of its business, which is taking place on 14th and 15th November 2012, from 09:00-18:00 UTC.

During Acision’s webinar, Chris White will delve deeper into the following capabilities of a real-time rating and charging system:

• How a real time rating and charging system can link to prepaid and post systems to allow true hybrid accounts
• How this can be used to reduce “bill shock”
• How a charging solution can be tailored to allow subscribers to customise their accounts
• How using a loyalty system can help promote these offers to the correct subscribers

To join this webcast on 14th of November, 10:00 AM UK time, please click here.

To register for free and watch other webinars and webcasts during Computaris’ ‘Smart Solutions for Next Generation’ virtual event please visit: http://webexpo.computaris.com/ and join the event on Linkedin for ongoing updates: http://linkd.in/Q7lvc5

Webinars and webcasts will be hosted by major players in the communication industry and Computaris trusted partners including: Acision, Amdocs, CSMG, DigitalRoute, Lumata, OpenCloud, Sandvine, SAP, Sicap and Siemens.

About Chris White, Director of Product Management, Charging,  Acision
Chris White has more than 20 years’ experience working in the telecoms industry. Chris joined Acision in 2006 and now holds the position of Director of Product Management for Acision’s charging business. In this role, Chris is responsible for defining, developing and delivering innovative charging solutions to the mobile operator market globally, helping them monetise their services and assets.