Genew mBOSS system is a carrier-class business billing system with multi-service integration based on NGOSS software architecture. Its functions cover business opening gateway, user management, billing, accounting, settlement, payment gateway, etc. It can provide comprehensive and effective business operation support for the new generation of communication network.
Genew mBOSS Billing architecture is well-designed to meet the rapidly growing operation and support requirements of Telco business. Genew mBOSS provides back office features of business planning, customer management and administration, prepaid and postpaid billing to various network services of voice, packet-data, broadband, IPTV. Genew mBOSS Billing contain a serials of billing related back-end and web-based modules. Both the staff and customers of the operator can have easy access to the system via web browser. It is easy to install and easy to use both for staff and customers. Typically, these functional modules, like PSC,XCDR,O/AC etc., in Genew mBOSS Billing System are deployed on VM or container of Cloud platform.
GENEW Billing Solution Highlights
Decoupling hardware & software
Pre-paid and post-paid flexible Charge strategy
Easy operation & maintenance
Flexible networking & Flexible performance control
The mBoss XCDR supports a billing mediation platform used for collecting and pre-processing CDR file for billing purposes. Located at the rating engine layer of the mBOSS, the Prepaid Service Center (PSC) is the sub-component that is responsible for Call Detail Record (CDR) collection, storing, billing, and call control functions.
Genew Settlement is the process to settle service fee or related charge among telecom operation entities according to preset rules. For example, Operator B can rent circuit lines from Operator A to roll out services to its customers. In such case, Operator B should pay Operator A for the rented lines. Given another example, when a subscriber of Operator C calls another subscriber of Operator D, part of the call fee collected by Operator C may be settled to Operator D according to agreement, since the call involves using the network resource of Operator C.
The AC consists of two logical modules: Charging and Importing Module and Online Accumulation Module. These two modules are correlated in terms of function implementation, since the service functions they provide require both online features and data integrity.
Genew Technologies Co., Ltd., established in 2005, is a global system provider of end-to-end communication solutions and telecom infrastructures, it is listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (Stock Code: 688418.SS).