Responsible for the implementation of the entire order to billing process and for providing ongoing order management support for sales and clients.
Aligned to a designated client base and is accountable for building relationships with internal and business partners, playing a key role in improving service results.
Evaluate, track, and report quality results for the Order Management team.
Own and manage the entire end to end order life cycle, including order preparation, order creation and order submission.
Obtain information required to process orders (user data, product reference details, installation details, exchange requests, billing dates, sales codes, billing account contacts).
Communicate any maintenance, changes, or downtime to department. Manage all communication with the entire Order Management department and ensure optimal practices for all processes
Provide research and support for audit disputes; ensuring issues are resolved according to departmental guidelines (which may include Service Level Agreements).
Monitor, evaluate and escalate all order issues and resolve in discrepancies in production metrics.
Act as a link between department and upper Management
Provide timely support and resolution regarding Data and Compliance issues.
Process order adjustments, applying appropriate commercial policies and guidelines.
Provide assistance and mentorship to new recruits and less experienced members of staff
Monitor daily dashboards / reports and participate in group discussions re : system enhancements, product testing, general policy / procedure maintenance, renewal processing, etc.
Spot trends and make recommendations for enhancing systems and procedures.
As necessary and agreed, act as a deputy in the absence of the Team Leader / Manager.
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