Call detail record reporting or CDR reporting

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Call detail record reporting / CDR reporting / Voice Reporting

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A call detail record is composed of data fields that describe the telecommunication transaction, such as: A call detail record (CDR). 

produced by a telephone exchange or other telecommunications equipment documenting the details of a phone call that passed through the facility or device. It is the automated equivalent of the paper toll tickets that were written and timed by operators for long-distance calls in a manual telephone exchange.

  • the phone number of the subscriber originating the call (calling party)
  • the phone number receiving the call (called party)
  • the starting time of the call (date and time)
  • the call duration
  • the billing phone number that is charged for the call
  • the identification of the telephone exchange or equipment writing the record
  • a sequence number identifying the record
  • additional digits on the called number used to route or charge the call
  • the disposition or the results of the call, indicating for example whether the called party was busy, or the call failed
  • the route by which the call entered the exchange
  • the route by which the call left the exchange
  • call type (voice, SMS, Data etc.)
  • any fault condition encountered

Such a cdrs can be reported into a cdr reporting system. Also known as CDR reporting or Vocie reporting. Providers like Tribess provides solutions for voice service reporting

CDR reporting providers