Telecom Audit I

$845.00

This AOTMP® University Training Bundle includes five (5) courses that offer foundational best practices for auditing telecom invoices.

Description

This AOTMP® University Training Bundle includes five (5) courses that offer foundational best practices for auditing telecom invoices.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(ITA) Introduction to Auditing
This introduction reviews fixed and mobile terminology, and introduces you to common invoice errors and sample invoices. By the end of this course, you will be able to identify common billing errors, and know where to look for them on invoices.

(ALT) Auditing Lifecycle and Tools
Organizations can gain significant benefits from an auditing program. In this course, explore examples of process improvement and cost savings, and review recommendations for components of a successful auditing program based on the Efficiency First® Framework.

(AMN) Auditing Materials
To be well-prepared for an invoice-to-contract or invoice-to-tariff audit, it is important to build a catalog of supporting materials to validate billing and service accuracy. You also need to understand how to effectively read and use the supporting materials during the audit process. This course identifies the necessities required to properly conduct an invoice-to-contract or invoice-to-tariff audit in alignment with Efficiency First® best practices.

(CAP) Cost Containment and Cost Avoidance Practices
As corporate telecom requirements continue to grow, so does the need to contain and avoid unnecessary expenses. Shifts in technology and technology applications are driving the demand for more efficient ways to manage the cost of new technologies. Business needs are also dictating increased attention on wireless services. This course provides a foundation for making positive financial impacts within your organization.

(DMG) Dispute Management
This course explores the challenges relating to vendor dispute management and suggests a standard process to follow for all types of disputes. Additionally, you will learn the types of questions you should ask yourself in each of those steps, and the best practices for managing the dispute process.

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