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Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Learning Path

Oracle Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) Learning Paths provide the courses needed to increase the implementation team’s skills to guide a company through strategic implementation choices. BRM paths are available for Business Managers, Server Developers, System Administrators, Pricing Developers, Billing Support, and Pipeline Developers. Complete these paths to get the skills you need to administer the BRM applications. Review our recommended courses by job role and select the courses for the products you wish to learn.

Path Detail

A Server Developer is responsible for implementing portions of the overall project plan. This person uses the BRM Object Model to customize data storage for customer requirements that include using the BRM API to make appropriate customizations of existing or custom policy opcodes. The Server Developer may also use the BRM API to create or modify client applications to communicate with the BRM server. The Server Developer typically supports Pricing Developers, Billing Operations, or others with configuring the BRM components and/or preparing tasks that are prerequisites for other steps in the implementation process.

Billing and Revenue Management Functional Overview 7.5

This Billing and Revenue Management Functional Overview 7.5 Training is designed for implementation team members. Gain the knowledge and skills to exploit BRM's full capabilities.

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Billing and Revenue Management API Developer 7.5

This API Developer course is aimed at technical developers who need to understand how Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) functionality can be extended to meet different business needs. The course provides an in-depth view of BRM architecture, location and interpretation of fundamental files and applications, understanding the ways in which BRM can be extended, using BRM PCM API and sample programs to create custom modules, using BRM Developer Center tools to extend the database and BRM functionality.

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