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Implementation Acceleration Using Integration
webMethods, Inc. has released a set of Packaged Integrations — pre-built software solutions that can be used to rapidly automate common cross-application

top 500 telecommunications companies  and are built on top of a comprehensive integration platform, we are able to quickly provide customers with a ready built solution. The result is better supply chain planning, faster time-to-market and a significant return on investment. The first release of webMethods Packaged Integrations is for Supply Chain Management. The vendor has pre-built solutions for order management, service and support, and data synchronization. Currently supported applications are SAP R/3 , J.D. Edwards OneWorld , Oracle

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CC&B for Telecommunications Industries

Customer care and billing (CC&B) solutions for telecommunications providers typically provide mediation; provisioning; retail rating and billing; reporting; financial systems; packages, discounts, and promotions characteristics; and billing for voice, data, content, and utility services.  

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