Telecom Contracts

$845.00

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

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

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(CMF) Contract Management Fundamentals
This course focuses on how to manage telecom contracts in a general sense. It is geared toward someone who needs to manage telecom contracts or understand telecom contract management in general.

(CCC) Contract Catalogs and Compliance Validation
Contracts are the foundation of your organization’s business relationship with vendors. Comprehensive contract management activities should be part of every fixed and mobile telecom environment. This course examines the benefits and documents within a contract catalog as well as contract compliance adherence.

(RRE) Reducing, Recovering, and Eliminating Fees
Taxes, surcharges and fees are a normal part of operating as a business and can account for 10% or more of an average telecom invoice. In this course, you will learn how to identify, reduce, eliminate, or recover surcharges and fees.

(TRR) Telecom Records: Housekeeping 101 for your Critical Documents
How long should you maintain telecom invoice records? Do you need to keep call transaction records? How long should you keep service order records? These questions are top of the list for many telecom and IT professionals. This course offers guidance to answering FAQs regarding records retention policies for your organization.

(ATP) Telecom Pain Points and Perspectives
An organization’s telecom options increase every day. From landlines or mobile calls to online forums or chat bots, options are multiplying—and each option provides its own opportunity for inefficiency. These pain points often keep telecom managers busy solving problems that did not exist with the previous solution. With a focus on best practices,  this course shows the learner how to recognize, and overcome, the pain points which afflict their organization

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