The Global Revenue Assurance Professional Association (GRAPA) was created to
serve the interests of telecommunications professionals engaged in the design,
delivery, assurance, fraud containment, risk management and audit of
telecommunications revenue streams and approaches throughout the world. GRAPA
does this through the development, formalization and promotion of professional
practices; development, creation and promotion of innovative, new and more
efficient methodologies; and the standardization, training and certification of
those skills, methodologies and approaches.
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Specifically, GRAPA is involved in the areas of:
cost-effective identification and containment of leakage risk.
New Product Development and the development of innovative new price plans and
revenue models that provide carriers with competitive advantage through revenue
for adding significant value to the profitability of firms through the
protection and monitoring of revenue margins.
against the threat of revenue loss that resulted from unmanaged migration to new
technologies and changes to network configuration and infrastructure.
protection of revenues against fraud and criminal attack.
and containment of the risk of revenue loss and revenue erosion due to market
forces and changes (market assurance and churn assurance).
As the leading standards, certification and professionalizing body in telecoms
revenue risk, audit and assurance, GRAPA is committed to core principals of
consensus, rationalization and integrity in all its endeavors. GRAPA’s goal is
to further the status of those working in telecoms revenue functions, and to
have their essential contributions recognized at the core of efficient and
effective industry practice. GRAPA believes this can only be achieved through
the rigorous application of ratified global standards, the certification of
trained and qualified professionals, and the continuous education of those who
work in such demanding and constantly evolving disciplines.
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