"Being able to offer more than one QoS level is almost a requirement in today’s cut-throat wholesale minutes market," says Adam Nathanson, the president and founder of WebCDR.
Lafayette, CA (PRWEB) November 06, 2014
WebCDR Billing now supports rates for QoS-based offerings such as CLI / Non-CLI and Economy / Standard / Premium. The new feature uses tech prefixes and/or trunk IDs to determine which rate set should be used to rate a call. "Being able to offer more than one QoS level is almost a requirement in today’s cut-throat wholesale minutes market," says Adam Nathanson, the president and founder of WebCDR. "Some large carriers have simply stopped providing single-class rate sheets, meaning you either join the CLI/Non-CLI game or narrow your termination options.”
Highlights of WebCDR's new Rating Classes feature:
- No limit to the number of rating classes that can be set up in a WebCDR account.
- Customers receive a single invoice showing which rating classes were in use for each destination, and what each class’s rate was during the billing period.
The new feature is part of the WebCDR base release, meaning there’s no additional charge to new or existing subscribers.
WebCDR is a San Francisco-based provider of cloud-based wholesale telecom operation support services (OSS), including WebCDR Billing, WebCDR Anti-Fraud, and WebCDR Watchdog. For more than 15 years, wholesale carriers have trusted WebCDR as a way to capitalize on the benefits of outsourcing core operating support functions.