ISP Billing and Tracking Solutions Key Terms
Some key terms for using ISP billing and tracking solutions in businessWhether it's for an ISP (Internet Service Provider) or another Internet based business, ISP billing and tracking solutions provide a whole lot of support for functions that, until several years ago, were done quite differently. From invoicing to inventory, from customer support to fraud protection, ISP billing and tracking software and tools are critical for helping to turn over transactions and manage businesses on the fly. A look at these basic key terms will help businesses start to brainstorm about getting these kinds of solutions into an existing setup.
Auto-scheduled and VoIP billing
Invoicing softwareAn Internet business or an ISP can use invoicing software. Invoicing software assists staff in preparing invoices with helpful automated data mining features and more.
Event loggingEvent logging software is part of a system for monitoring internal Internet use. A lot of ISPs offer some kind of web event logging, but it may not be legal in all areas, so a business wanting to use this specific ISP tracking service should consult legal aid before going ahead.
RADIUSThe ISP tracking technology known as RADIUS or Remote Authentication Dial In User Service is now a popular feature for Internet businesses. In a RADIUS setup, information such as usernames is centralized, providing more effective oversight in a business situation.
MODUSMODUS or Managed On-Demand UNIX Servers represent an example of "on-demand" technology, where these operational server types fit into an existing tech network to help take care of ISP billing and tracking needs. Some call MODUS the "ISP in a Box" because of automated features.
Internal fraudInternal fraud is when employees or others get information within a business and operate internally (with full access as insiders) to pull off financial fraud. ISP tracking can help combat internal fraud in various ways.
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