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A network support services we provide internal IT support or as technical IT support
networking serivecs as testing and troubleshooting problems to be regular maintain
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Multi Vendor Telecom Infrastructure products for GSM, CDMA, 3G and WiMax
BTS, Node B
BSC, RNC
OMCR
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Stay connected with networks everywhere every-time every location,
we provide services all over india...#Support #Servicese #Telecommunication #Hardware #IT #getinstantsupport
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In reality, this “gap” has existed for some time. BSS systems (typically including billing and CRM), have always been separate from OSS systems (such as service activation, provisioning, fault management, etc.), which included having separate business processes and people. For example, revenue-focused BSS was always run by the IT department, and cost-focused OSS was run by network operations. This traditional binary approach would have likely continued to be sufficient if not for the major transformation the telecommunications industry is undergoing, where service providers are becoming retailers of multimedia and entertainment services.

Now, this gap is posing a major problem for both service providers and their customers. The lack of integration across these functions can result in decreased time to market for new services, faults between ordering and activating services, and low customer satisfaction. For example, this gap makes it nearly impossible for most providers to tell customers the actual status of an order. Once an order passes from customer-oriented systems to network-oriented systems, most providers find it very hard – if not impossible – to link an order back to an individual customer. Similarly, OSS systems generate important data about the status of networks. In the event of a fault, they can perform advanced diagnostics that generate useful information including pinpointing the location and the cause – but trying to tie this data to affected customers can be very difficult. That means subscribers are asking questions that the service providers' call center representatives cannot answer.
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We are 24/7 into support
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SEPL Wishes You Happy Earth Day ‪#‎happyearthday‬ ‪#‎SEPL‬ ‪#‎telecomsupport‬
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