Used by architects, developers, and clients worldwide, RESPEC’s Billing & Revenue Management (BRM) Expert Training is an in-depth professional, hands-on course that covers all of the functional components of Oracle BRM 7.5.
RESPEC’s Billing & Revenue Management (BRM) Expert Training is a professional, hands-on course that covers all of the functional components of Oracle BRM 7.5. Architects, developers, and technical clients have the opportunity to learn every aspect of the powerful software, starting with a high-level BRM 7.5 overview and your own personal BRM Virtual Environment. We also provide customized training upon request.
RESPEC’s BRM Expert Training curriculum consists of 15 modules including: BRM Course Introduction, BRM Overview, Setting Up Your BRM Virtual Environment, Typical BRM Account Lifestyle, BRM Object Relational Model, Introduction to BRM API, BRM Back End Implementation, BRM Pricing, BRM Rating, BRM Billing, BRM Invoicing and Accounts Receivable, BRM General Ledger Reporting, BRM Provisioning and Taxation, BRM Service Integration Components (SIC) and Maintenance, and Customization.
RESPEC’s training is structured in a series of modules, and each module covers a key BRM topic. Our developers design all of the courses with a progressive training environment in mind so that participants build on knowledge and capabilities from module to module. Delivered on site or remotely via the web, RESPEC’s BRM Expert Training modules provide comprehensive and in-depth information for those intending to be advanced users of BRM 7.5. Training methods include lectures, demonstrations, one-on-one discussions, hands-on exercises, and question-and-answer sessions. For those that want an entry-level course in BRM, RESPEC’s offers BRM 101 Training, which is a functional beginners’ version of this material.
Clients use BRM Expert Training to:
- Learn all functional components of Oracle BRM 7.5
- Learn customization options for your unique business needs
- Gain in-depth working knowledge
- Enhance your billing and revenue management processes