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Section overview

This section describes the list of currently available routing policies for JeraSoft Billing. Routing policy is a set of regulations and principles (appeal) that determine the way all available terminators are prioritized during dynamic routing. Each policy has its unique principles of terminators prioritizing and allows a user a wide variety of possibilities to configure the system in the best suitable way. Below you will find a description of 6 standard DR Policies:

Screenshot: DR Policies section


PolicyDescription
Cash FlowWhen vendors owe you the most and have long periods to invoice due date, they get higher priority in routing.
Proportional

When the price is lower and a route quality is higher, it has a higher priority.

Simple LCRGeneric price-based routing.
Simple QualityGeneric quality-based routing.

Adding a New DR Policy

To add your custom DR policy, click the Add Routing Policy button. The following window will open showing the available settings:

Screenshot: Adding a New DR Policy

FieldDescription
NameSet the name of the respective policy.
Factors

Specify the factors for the system to consider during building the DR table:

  • Rate - vendor's rate for the destination, vendors with a lower rate will get higher position in routing;
  • ASR - vendor's ASR, analyzed by Summary Report data for the duration given in the System Confirmation;
  • ACD - vendor's ACD, analyzed by Summary Report data for the duration given in the System Confirmation;
  • PDD - vendor's PDD, analyzed by Summary Report data for the duration given in the System Confirmation;
  • SCD - vendor's SCD, analyzed by Summary Report data for the duration given in the System Confirmation;
  • Vendor Debt - considers the amount a vendor owes you, vendors, that owe you the most, are moved to a higher position in routing;
  • Payment Due - considers the next payment date to a vendor (date of next invoice + due days), vendors with longer periods till due date get higher positions.

You can select multiple factors.

Note that it is possible to create a Routing Policy without any factors. As a result, all Appeal values will be the same for this Policy. During routing, all routes with all other parameters similar will be randomly reordered.

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