Oracle Financial Services Revenue Management and Billing

Revenue Management in the Digital Age

An end-to-end revenue management platform offering complete pricing and billing capabilities, including dynamic pricing and flexible billing options for customers.

Financial Services Revenue Management and Billing

 

Deal Pricing

Deal Pricing

  • Manage deal pricing across customer type, product, and line of business and geography
  • Design and simulate multiparameter-based pricing models
  • Perform what-if pricing analysis against different price points
  • View customer, product and revenue KPIs, and drill-down to multiple levels
  • Configure workflows for pricing proposal review and approvals
  • Monitor and track customer commitments in real time

Enterprise Pricing

Enterprise Pricing

  • Apply appropriate price for customers based on relationship, profitability, and risk
  • Set pricing based on criteria such as product parameters, channel characteristics, eligibility criteria, tiering, promotional pricelists, and account-level exceptions

Enterprise Billing

Enterprise Billing

  • Generate aggregated billing invoices and statements by consolidating charges across product lines for an individual account or a parent company or any set of subsidiaries
  • Segment bills by event-based fees, interest calculations, and recurring fees
  • Set up customer billing preferences such as billing hierarchy, periodicity of the billing statements, and currency type
  • Incorporate rebates, earnings credit, adjustments and corrections to bills
  • Define the necessary billing cycles such as real time, ad-hoc, on-demand, and event-driven billing

Hierarchy Management

Hierarchy Management

  • 360-degree view of the customer relationship across group and individual entities
  • Create multidimensional hierarchies and apply pricing and billing rules at any level of the hierarchy
  • Generate a single, consolidated invoice at any level of the hierarchy

Rules Library

Rules Library

  • Define who to charge (all entities involved in transaction) and what to charge ( all the price items, charge codes, products, services)
  • An unlimited number of rules to map transactions under a variety of situations such as one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one and many-to-many

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