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Do you want to expand your service offerings beyond traditional metered services to include a variety of new offerings and include all these new
services on a single combined invoice? 
Now you can leverage the multi- industry proven capabilities of SAP’s Billing and Revenue Innovation
Management (BRIM) solutions including SAP Convergent Charging and SAP Convergent Invoicing , along with  IS-U to drive new innovative services.
The BRIM solution is used today by many customers across  a variety of industries including Telecom, High Tech and Banking to flexibly rate, charge and invoice for any high volume service imaginable. The combined BRIM IS-U capability expands upon the traditional IS-U based Meter to Cash process to allow you to drive new services to your customers and new revenue streams to your bottom line. New services can be rated and charged using SAP Convergent
Charging and then billed using SAP Convergent Invoicing with all financial handling including receivables and payment handling continuing to take place in
FICA. Every service event can be stored in SAP Convergent Invoicing as a rated or unrated and then upon rating as a billable item.
Billable items are aggregated in a billing step following configured rules. The process is then continued by an Invoicing step, which creates the bill print out and posts the corresponding FICA documents. If you are familiar with IS-U you will easily understand the capabilities and power of this new combination.  

 

Want to learn more and start to unlock new revenue streams with the combined IS-U and BRIM solution? 
We would be happy to meet with you and discuss your use case and deployment options in detail.

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  • April, 9th ,  4:00 pm-  4:30 pm and
  • April, 10th, 2:45 pm – 3:15 pm

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