It is such a relief for users to have all the partner data in one place and check the status of the configuration process. Especially for troubleshooting and cross-checking direct access to all documents is important. Incorrect configurations, for example, are difficult to detect unless there is a major incident. With auditing the network configurations implemented in connection with the received IR.21 document, the unpleasant side effects of misconfigurations belong to the past.
Extracting a particular information from all partner IR.21s can be a challenging task, just thinking of extracting all MGT of partner networks can give users the creeps. With the easy verification and extraction of network parameters from partner documents the search for special IP addresses, for example, IMSIs or ASN numbers can be done in a fraction of time. Of course, search results can be filtered and exported according to any user’s requirements for reporting and sharing. Clean and neat visualizations show the database status and current tasks in clear-cut dashboards, a blessing for the management.
In special cases, RoamsysNext allows customers to submit their non-RAEX partner documents to our data capturing team, and we make it available to all modules. Needless to say that all services including 5G, VoLTE and different service opening stages are supported. User-friendly filters and customizable coverage maps allow users to get quickly to the required information. Commercial and technical teams are brought together and communication flows naturally. This makes it easier to identify footprint gaps, create reports on service level (e.g. 5G) and connect with GSMA InfoCentre2 resources. The current roaming footprint can be set up for smart automation rules based on connection status or service. It goes without saying, that technology and functionality aspects guarantee a secure and restricted access to the API.