Problems solved using AQ Pro
Callpoint AQ Pro is a presales, sales and marketing platform for use by B2B broadband telcos and nbn RSPs.
- Details of businesses that are EE connectable
- For a given set of input addresses, determine whether each address is EE capable
- Business details including address, phone number, industry etc (where matched)
- DSL details (where licensed)
Collectively, the above can help you categorise each opportunity e.g. “Fixed Wireless; outside your DSLAM footprint – totally new.”
This can assist your campaign messaging.
As we expand our direct fibre-lit footprint, we have no integrated means to identify businesses that are located in newly-lit buildings.
Similar to the Delta processes we have for the nbn, AQ Pro can also provide your team with details of the businesses that are within your new fibre-lit buildings (as your automation uploads your new fibre lit building locations).
The plethora of broadband delivery technologies and options has made service pre-qualification complex.
We have processes in place for certain last mile options. However, we have no integrated response capability for broadband service pre-qualification across multiple delivery technologies/ multiple partners.
1. AQ Pro’s Hybrid Geocoder capability natively references the NBN HFL/ PFL, as well as G-NAF. AQ Pro’s Hybrid Geocoder is built for high precision, as we are very cognisant that broadband delivery options can vary from one building to the next (and can even vary within a building)
2. AQ Pro computes broadband delivery options for each geocoded address.
This is done based on the current data definitions (your/ your wholesale partner’s fibre, nbn, as well as DSLAM) in your AQ Pro partition.
In addition to the GNAF PID, columns returned include:
- NBN: Fourteen standard columns, including LocID, RRI, Service Class, Service & Technology Type, POI, Expected RFS, Active Date and Disconnection Date
- Fibre: whether served by one of your lit Fibre buildings, Building ID, optional other columns
- DSL: Telstra Exchange Service Area (ESA), estimated distance to serving Telstra exchange, whether served by Large Pair Gain System (LPGS) and type (RIM, CMUX etc), whether On-Net based on your DSLAM definitions, optional other columns
However, we have no ready means to identify these businesses.