Intercarrier Communications/Service Order Administration (ICC/SOA) Service Bureau -INPort®

Fast, Easy and Cost-Efficient

Additionally, our extensive experience as a service bureau provider simplifies the complexities of meeting the FCC’s WNP requirements by reducing your up-front costs and streamlining your operations by:

  • Eliminating your need to make a large capital investment in expensive systems and minimizing operational expenses
  • Eliminating the cost and complexities of maintaining direct connections to multiple NPAC regions and multiple trading partners
  • Fully complying with the CTIA and Ordering and Billing Forum’s wireless intercarrier interface specifications porting requirements for the intercarrier communications process
  • Combining the Telcordia® Service Management Gateway for WNP software with our network to provide you with a WNP service bureau that provides flow-through automation that expedites number porting while enabling you to meet the FCC mandate and use WNP to attract new customers and generate revenue
  • Providing 24 hours a day, seven days a week Syniverse Customer Support and network monitoring

Let our INPort ICC/SOA WNP Service Bureau be your end-to-end WNP solution and meet the 2.5-hour port completion requirement.

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