Oracle’s Unified CRM and BRM Solution is a high-availability, pre-integrated and configurable solution that enabled HTI to expand its business model to deliver connected services, customer support and billing direct to consumers.
To support the high volume of subscriptions expected, HTI needed a sophisticated billing system to integrate with its existing Oracle's Siebel CRM and Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 systems. It then completed the deployment in less than 100 days to offer these services on new-year models of a major motor vehicle brand.
With the integrated Oracle Solution, HTI realized many benefits, including:
Greater scalability to handle an increase in the volume of subscriptions, which grew from a handful of enterprise customers to hundreds of thousands of individual consumer customers
Decreased time needed to bring new offers to market from 14 days to one day by leveraging Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management’s flexible product modeling functionalities and the automatic synchronization of offers across systems supported by the Oracle Unified CRM and BRM solution
Enabled HTI to expand its business model and enter into new markets, which accounted for millions in additional revenues, without disrupting existing offerings
Reduced total cost of ownership and implementation risk by deploying a solution with out-of-the-box functionality
An open architecture that enabled easy integration with partner systems to receive external order feeds
Flexible billing and charging capabilities with Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management to support variable billing models, as well as introduce more complex bundled offerings
With the implementation, HTI was able to guarantee high availability of its software, hardware and network while simultaneously expanding services to its customer base.
To learn more about HTI’s implementation, please attend its session at Oracle OpenWorld on Thursday, October 6 at 12 p.m. The session, “Hughes Telematics Delivers M2M: Differentiating Customer Experience through Unified CRM and BRM” will take place at the Palace Hotel, Rose Room.
“As we looked to expand our offerings to new channels, Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management was the ideal choice as it integrated with our existing infrastructure, was easy to implement and provided the scalability necessary to handle an influx of new subscribers,” said David Cook, IT director, Hughes Telematics, Inc.
“As communications and machine-to-machine service providers continue to expand their business models and subscribe new customers, they must maintain an integrated back-end infrastructure that enables efficient and streamlined business and customer management processes. Considering Hughes Telematics already maintained an extensive Oracle environment, implementing Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management and integrating it via Oracle’s Unified CRM and BRM Solution was a natural complement, and we were pleased to help HTI get up and running in such a short timeframe so the company could take advantage of new business opportunities,” said Bhaskar Gorti, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications.
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