Data storage and processing system
Incoming and outgoing calls in the control center IATE's TOLL , GW, DOP, Lankaran, Sheki, Guba, Ganja, ShirvanTOLL, Nakhchivan TOLL, in the control center of Aztelecom.Net, in BTCPA and inAztelecom PA CDMA ATEs, in Bakinternet, in Shamakhi and Absheron NGN ATEs, inAzertelecom LLC, in EvroTeleCom LLC, in TransEvroCom LLC and in local EATES arefixed and fixed (CDR) files are sent directly to the FTP server of the DataProcessing Center (DPC) through the network. These data are processedexpeditiously and are immediately sent to the computers connected to theregional network to allow subscribers to make payments, and customers can makepayments for phone calls over the Internet, paypoint payment kiosks, ATMs, andin all Customer and Post offices.
Apparently, the volume of data received in the DPC during a day is too largeand their formats are various, and data received from various types of ATEs areprocessed by different software. Initial data processing, printing of reportsand receipts, formation of monthly turnover, preparation of appropriatefinancial documents for carrying out calculations between Aztelecom PA withJoint Ventures, IRAC and with international operators and other procedures areperformed through every day, 15-day and monthly batch programs. A flow chart ofprocesses, received by the DPC has been compiled to facilitate the work done,and to achieve the efficiency (attached).
In this schematic map starting from data logging, that are daily receivedby the DPC, primary call processing, payments, receipts, printing of receiptswith the help of telecommunications centers, forming turnover, taking ofstatistical information on traffic, receiving telegrams and moneygrams andtheir turnover to archiving, all these processes are reflected in schematicform, consistently and clearly. At each stage, performance of each programcomplex (daily, 15-day, monthly), the implementation of each specific functionsperformed by software complex and formation of the core files and profiles arespecifically shown here.
Currently, this technological chart is widely used by relevant departmentsin electronic form. Now, without using documents in hard-copy form, by lookingat the chart on the computer screen, relevant technical employees can trace andeasily get information about the implementation stage of the process, what processis taking place and at what stage it is. This, in turn, prevents the loss oftime, has positive impact on the quality of the work done, and in the finalanalysis, ensures the effectiveness of the work done in the DPC.