Data Clearing House for GSM
Handle virtually all tasks related to GSM roaming data clearing
Given the volume of roaming data that GSM operators generate and manage, and the importance of capturing all revenue accurately, it is critical that you have a reliable, efficient way to clear and settle transferred account procedures (TAP) records. Our Data Clearing House (DCH) for GSM supports TAP standards and GSMA tools to process all TAP records securely and consistently.
Clearing and Settlement is about Revenue Assurance
This centralized clearing house has all the capabilities you need to:
- Improve decision making with prompt financial, marketing and statistical reporting
- Protect revenues by minimizing the in-house resources required for accounting functions
- Assure the integrity of your data with advanced data checking and fraud protection
- Provide customer support thanks to a dedicated and knowledgeable Syniverse representative
Fraud Management and All Your Other Clearing Needs
Our GSM clearing house includes an array of functions, including:
- Optional rating and rerating accommodate bilateral or multilateral agreements, operator-defined rating parameters and/or interoperator tariffs (IOT). All of these can be stored, managed and integrated into our validation and rating processes.
- Fraud/high-usage management identifies and combats potentially fraudulent behavior early in the clearing life cycle.
- Web-based reporting provides you easy, secure access to a suite of standard or customized financial, file history and usage reports with multiple download options.
- Personalized support from an experienced GSM expert.
- Revenue assurance and financial analysis focus on billing accuracy and issue resolution to prevent revenue leakage and avoid revenue recovery delays.
- TAPir enables easy data browsing and TAP/RAP file navigation, including the ability to search, display and edit call event details, and view and modify large TAP files.
- Optional pegged rate checks allow you to choose up to five email-alert recipients when exchange rates fluctuate by more than 5 percent.