From Origination to Termination and everything in between.

At GCS, we sit in an interesting seat. We see how the industry has evolved and we have been not just front row audience members, but, also active participants. In fact, in a lot of ways, we try to influence the industry to move to a more organized, disciplined and predictable industry. To do that, of course, takes a lot of hard work, such as tools and a heavy dose of technology.  Luckily, there are solution providers (like us) out there working specifically to address these needs. Our solution, The GCS Dynamic Management Solution, is a comprehensive end-to-end solution. It provides voice service providers with nearly everything they need in order for them to manage the interconnect voice operations of their business on a day-to-day, hour-to-hour, minute-to-minute and call-by-call basis. Everything from supplier rate sheets to interconnect attributes (IP addresses, billing increments, invoicing cycles, credit limits, notifications, alarms, quality performance,…you name it). Solution providers like us are enabling carriers to have a complete, holistic tool set that allows them to perform everything they need for their day-to-day operations.   Several years ago, the industry referred to these tools as “Least Cost Routing tools” or “ LCR tools”. That is ancient history. Today, these solutions are ERP solutions designed specifically for the voice interconnect industry. Our Dynamic Management Solution provides carriers with 90-95% of the capabilities they need to manage their interconnect voice business and operations. It is an all encompassing solution meant to serve as the primary platform for interconnect voice management. As we start looking at 2017, many carriers need to finally address their legacy OSS & BSS systems, particularly in the area of interconnect voice. For far too long carriers have ignored this aspect of their business and it costs them thousands of dollars per day.   Today’s interconnect voice market is a dynamic, rapidly evolving marketplace. It moves at a pace too fast. In fact, we think this is one of the industries that will benefit from the coming revolution of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) that will profoundly change the way the industry operates.   What do you think?


Andrea Rona