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  • 1. OVeR 80% OpeRAtOR AnD ReguLAtOR AttenDAnCe In 2007 Telecoms cosT AllocATion & ProfiTAbiliTy AnAlysis Addressing Key Challenges In Cost, Regulatory & Management Accounting Key contributions include: Hesperia London Victoria Hotel, London | 1-5 December 2008 Matthew Cherry, Regulatory & Competition Economist, 3 UK this event will enable you to: Shaikha Al-Hasan, Project Manager, Review the impact of ngn implementations Costing & Regulatory, Batelco on service costs, profitability forecasting, pricing and cost-oriented regulation Joanna Taylor, Regional Counsel, BT Global Services Manage wholesale, interconnection and access network costing during the Jilles Van den Beukel, Director evolution to next generation infrastructure Regulatory Affairs, KPN Mobile Develop accurate cost forecasts to Gabor Nemeth, Senior Regulatory ensure profitable contracts for managed Manager, Magyar Telekom services and major business clients Gabor Földes, Senior Group understand the impact of upcoming Controller, Magyar Telekom regulation on cost structures and their Paul Woods, General Manager, Perlico business impact Jay Ashraf, Interconnect Strategy Improve your use of techniques such Manager, T-Mobile UK as time-driven ABC and real option theory in a telecoms environment Mikael Grape, Manager - Regulatory Affairs, Tele2 Stephane Bliek, Business Don’t miss two full-day Controller, Verizon Business masterclasses: Rui Cardoso, Planning & Business Monday 1 December: Support, Vodafone establishing a cost control, Nataša Vidmar, Head of Regulatory accounting and reporting framework Accounting, APEK for the next generation service provider Led by: RgL Forensic Accountant & Consultants Romain Valenty, Fixed & Mobile and Analysys Mason Market Regulation, ARCEP Friday 5 December: Fergal Mulligan, Senior Manager – Wholesale Pricing, ComReg Financial modelling and Gavin Greenfield, Competition & analysis skills masterclass Regulatory Finance, Ofcom UK Led by: InterConnect Communications SuPPORTING PuBlICATION MEDIA PARTNERS Please call: +44 (0) 20 7017 7483 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7017 7825 REGISTER TODAY Email: registrations@iir-telecoms.com Web: www.iir-conferences.com/costprof
  • 2. Telecoms cosT AllocATion & ProfiTAbiliTy AnAlysis 1 - 5 December | Hesperia London Victoria Hotel, London pRe-COnFeRenCe MAsteRCLAss COnFeRenCe DAy One ■■ Investigating alternative means to ensure fairness and encourage innovation - are there any better Monday 1st December tuesday 2nd December alternatives than LRIC in the near or medium term? nataša Vidmar, Head of Regulatory Accounting, 09.00 RegistRation and RefReshments Post AnD ELEctRonic coMMunicAtions establishing A Cost Control, 09.30 opening RemaRks fRom the ChaiR AGEncY sLoVEniA Accounting And Reporting Bob Franklin, CEO 12.50 LunCh tELcoconsuLtinG Framework For the next Developing Accurate And Functional 14.00 generation service provider NGN COST ACCOuNTING Bottom-up Modelling Of next generation REGULATOR Access (ngA) Registration opens at 09.00. The masterclass Analysing the Results And Implications Of ■■ Outlining the challenges of cost modelling NGA begins at 09.30 and continues until 16.00 with 09.40 ■■ Presenting a powerful and accurate model, usable breaks for lunch and refreshments the eRg Deliberations On Regulatory principles in the decision making process, roll-out planning For Core ngn And Ip-Interconnection and regulatory costing Outlining the strengths And Weaknesses Of ■■ Determining approaches towards IP ■■ Comparing scenarios through realistic simulations existing Cost Accounting Frameworks interconnection on the network and service levels taking into account specific local situations ■■ Outlining the key drivers of costs and cost ■■ Understanding which NGN bottlenecks and ■■ Assuring maximal return on investment by allocation on traditional voice networks interoperability problems are liable to demand combining geographic and demographic data ■■ Evaluating whether enforcing non-discrimination regulatory intervention with marketing information using accounting separation and Element Based ■■ Developing a sufficient regulatory response to the ■■ Integrating CAPEX and OPEX to ensure Costing has been effective nature of NGN charging and pricing structures optimisation of the Total Cost of Ownership ■■ Assessing the potential to adapt existing cost ■■ Evaluating next steps and inviting responses ■■ Complementing and reconciling the bottom-up accounting frameworks for Next Generation Romain Valenty, Regulation of Fixed and Mobile model with top-down model data Networks and services Markets Department Jeroen Vanhaverbeke, Development Engineer, ARcEP coMsoF Determining And Overcoming the Challenges Of Cost Accounting For next generation View From the Regulators engine 10.20 Overcoming the Challenge Of 14.40 network service providers Room – Making good Decisions From Allocating Common Costs When ■■ Determining how to account for the costs of good Data Developing next generation networks migration to NGNs ■■ What information sources can regulators access? The identification and treatment of common ■■ Addressing the challenges of allocating costs for ■■ Setting quality thresholds for cost data costs poses some very significant problems for multi-service networks ■■ Information asymmetry or data absence operators, regulators and competition authorities. ■■ Adapting to new and rapidly changing business ■■ Specific challenges from NGN/NGA developments As the roll out of Next Generation Networks models gathers pace, this topic will become even more Gavin Greenfield, Competition & Regulatory important and may imply a fundamental change ■■ Ensuring the risks and rewards for new Finance, oFcoM investments are balanced in how we think about cost recovery 11.00 moRning RefReshments ■■ Providing an overview of the economic definition of common costs and common cost recovery Developing Cost Models For next generation Looking at the different ways common costs are Access networks Assessing How to Cost Wholesale 11.30 ■■ dealt with in regulatory accounting (ABC, EPMU) ■■ Outlining the drivers for the introduction of Capacity During the transition From Legacy ■■ Evaluating how common costs are treated in the increased fibre in the access network to next generation networks setting of cost-oriented prices ■■ Evaluating potential regulatory models for Next ■■ Comparing the fixed and incremental costs of ■■ Understanding how common costs are viewed in Generation Access providing capacity in legacy and NGN environments competition law analysis ■■ Determining how regulated wholesale access ■■ Assessing to what extent the costs of delivering ■■ Reviewing how common costs are treated in other prices can be set despite uncertainties over future wholesale capacity on a theoretically complete regulated industries business models NGN apply during rollout ■■ What lessons can we learn for cost-oriented ■■ Identifying to what extent wholesale capacity costs pricing in an NGN environment? Allocating shared And Common Costs For are distorted during transition by applying only one Hugh Kelly, Director of Regulatory Finance, cost model RGL – FoREnsic AccountAnts AnD next generation networks ■■ Determining whether it makes regulatory or consuLtAnts ■■ Assessing and modelling the key drivers in commercial sense to make a staged transition in determining network costs wholesale capacity costing or whether there are 15.20 afteRnoon RefReshments ■■ Evaluating network capacity requirements as a better alternative options SERVICE PROVIDER basis for allocating non-network shared costs ■■ Investigating the impact of different options on retail costs and pricing models Balancing Accuracy Against time 15.50 ■■ Evaluating how common costs are treated in the setting of cost-oriented prices Joanna taylor, Regional Counsel, Constraints When Modelling ngn Cost ■■ What lessons can we learn for cost oriented pricing Bt GLoBAL sERVicEs elements In Legacy networks in an NGN environment? REGULATOR ■■ Analysing the inaccuracies inherent in incorporating NGN cost elements into a legacy-oriented cost model Led by: Is LRIC An Adequate Regulatory Cost 12.10 ■■ Offsetting this against the benefits of consistent Hugh Kelly, Director of Regulatory & Model For services Running Over An ngn? reporting Competition Finance, ■■ Re-examining what cost oriented regulation ■■ Evaluating whether to develop two parallel cost RGL FoREnsic AccountAnts aims to achieve; should it apply at all to models for legacy and NGN, and if so at what AnD consuLtAnts services on the NGN? point this becomes worth the time invested oliver Hogan, Manager Regulatory & ■■ Determining what increments should be used to ■■ Is there an alternative hybrid model which Competition Finance, model NGN costs could manage NGN and legacy cost elements? RGL FoREnsic AccountAnts ■■ Addressing the problem of volume-related costing ■■ Determining when and why to change cost models AnD consuLtAnts for NGN services and handling management and investor reactions ■■ Identifying what an efficient NGN would look like shaikha Al-Hasan, Project Manager, Costing & James Allen, Partner, to construct a bottom-up LRIC model Regulatory AnALYsYs MAson BAtELco REGISTER TODAY Please call: +44 (0) 20 7017 7483 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7017 7825
  • 3. PAnEL DISCUSSIOn SERVICE PROVIDER Audience Benchmarking And 16.30 Building non-Discriminatory 11.30 OPEX of doing so panel Discussion: Reviewing Financial Regulatory Models For Costing Access To what extent does this increased cost conflict ■■ with regulatory aspirations? Forecasting For next generation networks to the Local Loop In A next generation Fergal Mulligan, Senior Manager, Wholesale Pricing ■■ Investigating what people understand by Next Market coMREG Generation Networks and comparing the costs of ■■ Outlining the conflict between regulating non- implementation of different NGN models discriminatory Local Loop Unbundling (LLU) and 15.20 afteRnoon RefReshments ■■ What are the ultimate cost benefits compared to incentivising improvements to access networks short-term CAPEX and OPEX increases? ■■ Establishing what effect an NGN environment has understanding the significance And 15.50 ■■ Evaluating the impact on cost allocation of option- upon existing investments in unbundled exchanges Impact Of eC Regulation On Wholesale based investment during the deployment of NGN ■■ Assessing to what degree existing cost-oriented Charges ■■ Is there a clear model for forecasting revenues over regulatory principles and practices can still apply the duration of the NGN transition and beyond? ■■ Examining the nature of EC intervention in ■■ Reconciling the demands of incumbents, existing termination and roaming markets ■■ How can the regulatory environment encourage LLUOs and potential LLUOs to create a fair operators to implement Next Generation core or regulatory environment ■■ Reviewing the impact of regulating wholesale access networks? charges – lessons from national termination Paul Woods, General Manager cases ■■ What is the cost of not implementing an NGN? PERLico ■■ Evaluating the impact of EU voice roaming SERVICE PROVIDER 17.10 CLosing RemaRks fRom the ChaiR regulation on the profitability and revenues of and CLose of ConfeRenCe day one understanding the Challenges Of 12.10 these services n E T W O R K I n G D R I n K S R E C E P T I O n Regulating next generation Access And ■■ Harmonising MTR cost models ■■ How can harmonisation be accomplished in IIR would like to invite you to join the the Direct Impact On Cost Accounting practice? speakers and your fellow delegates at an ■■ Determining why and how to regulate access ■■ Identifying how to harmonise current LRIC informal reception where you can discuss ■■ What does access to an NGN mean in practice, models the issues of the day in a relaxed environment. and how does this affect pre-existing regulatory ■■ Reviewing lessons from mobile markets in other assumptions? jurisdictions ■■ Managing the migration from PSTN to NGN George Houpis, Director COnFeRenCe DAy tWO ■■ Outlining the associated interconnection issues ■■ Considering appropriate pricing methodologies and FRontiER EconoMics Wednesday 3rd December SERVICE PROVIDER financial frameworks for NGA and determining the impact on cost accounting and modelling Developing the Most Appropriate 16.30 09.00 RegistRation and RefReshments Jilles Van den Beukel, Head of Regulatory Affairs Approach to Mobile termination Rates In A 09.30 opening RemaRks fRom the ChaiR KPn MoBiLE Modern Market SERVICE PROVIDER 12.50 LunCh ■■ Re-examining the purpose of a regulatory cost model for mobile call termination Analysing the Impact Of Ip Interconnect On 09.40 ■■ How relevant is current regulation to the market, Calculating the Cost And profitability 14.00 Wholesale Cost And profitability Calculations taking account of convergence, mobile broadband Of Voice And Ip Data services Within A and mobile VoIP? ■■ Examining the degree to which existing interconnect costing and pricing mechanisms hold good in IP Fixed Rate service Bundle ■■ Investigating the effects of current mobile interconnection, in principle and in practice ■■ Investigating the business benefits to be gained by termination regulation on market development and ■■ Determining the impact of IP interconnect on charging separating out the costs of bundled services competition and pricing models for voice and data services ■■ How should costs for bundled services be ■■ Assessing whether there is any appropriate cost ■■ Investigating alternative business models for allocated? model to regulate the current and future mobile interconnection such as peering agreements termination market ■■ Historic out-of-bundle costs? ■■ What would be the impact on regulatory cost ■■ Alternative cost benchmarks and the relevance of ■■ Apportioning revenue generated as a share of accounting requirements? a regulatory cost model the whole bundle? Jay Ashraf, Interconnect Strategy Manager, ■■ Volume of traffic? Matthew cherry, Economist t-MoBiLE uK 3uK ■■ Understanding the value of individual services in a SERVICE PROVIDER bundle to end-users – should they bear costs and 17.00 CLosing RemaRks fRom the ChaiR profits accordingly? Overcoming Regulatory Hurdles to 10.20 and CLose of ConfeRenCe day tWo ■■ Identifying the customer service costs caused by pricing For Access to the ngn different service elements ■■ Comparing different forms of access to networks ■■ Establishing final profitability analyses and and the existing regulations supporting them ■■ Local Loop Unbundling (LLU) assessing what these can tell managers Speaker to be announced – for further details see COnFeRenCe DAy tHRee ■■ Interconnection www.iir-conferences.com/costprof thursday 4th December ■■ What does access to an NGN mean in practice, REGULATOR and how does this affect pre-existing regulatory 09.00 RegistRation and RefReshments assumptions? evaluating the Impact Of structural 14.40 09.30 opening RemaRks fRom the ChaiR ■■ Re-examining where bottlenecks will lie separation On Regulatory And Management ■■ Overcoming the challenges of regulating Accounts access relating to QoS and recognising where PROFITABIlITY ANAlYSIS, ■■ Analysing the benefits of structural separation for discriminatory practices are being implemented accounting simplicity in a complex environment ACCOuNTING AND REPORTING ■■ To what degree is it possible to maintain cost ■■ Identifying the lines of demarcation between causality for regulating access prices? different business units in order to conduct 9.40Maximising the Accuracy Of Cost And Gabor nemeth, Senior Regulatory Manager structural separation Revenue Forecasts For new projects And MAGYAR tELEKoM (Awaiting final confirmation) ■■ Developing a transparent costing, pricing and services transfer pricing system between separated 11.00 moRning RefReshments ■■ Understanding the incremental costs of offering business units new services ■■ Evaluating whether structural separation has an ■■ During service development impact on the costs of providing services ■■ For a live service ■■ Investigating the role of structural separation on costing and pricing bundled or convergent services ■■ Determining what principles to use in forecasting revenue; customer price elasticity, uptake rates ■■ Establishing the degree to which processes and and more systems need to be reduplicated within separated business units and calculating the impact on ■■ Are there better principles for future predictions
  • 4. than historical precedents? ■■ Building in data on local macro economic and 12.50 LunCh InTERACTIVE DISCUSSIOn SESSIOnS pOst-COnFeRenCe consumer conditions ■■ Calculating the opportunity cost of new services Roundtable Discussions: Best 14.00 teCHnICAL MAsteRCLAss practice When Conducting profitability Friday 5th December Speaker to be announced – for further details see www.iir-conferences.com/costprof Calculations For Business units, Consumers And processes Forecasting the profitability Of 10.20 Delegates will be divided into moderated Financial Modelling And Analysis service Bundles tailored to specific round-table groups to discuss key questions skills Masterclass Customer segments concerning accurate cost, revenue and profitability This full-day masterclass will begin at 09.30 and calculations. After deliberating on their group’s ■■ Determining whether to break down bundled chosen topic, moderators will summarise each continue until 16.00 with appropriate breaks service costs based on the individual services group’s discussion and findings to the assembled for refreshments and lunch. Registration and within the bundle delegates. There will then be the opportunity refreshments open at 09.00. ■■ Evaluating the cost of implementing and for further open discussion and questions. During the course of the day, you will be able marketing a targeted bundle relative to the Roundtable groups will examine: to engage in in-depth discussion with workshop number of potential users and their expected ■■ Business unit profitability calculations leaders and fellow delegates to gain a clear customer lifetime ■■ When is it appropriate to calculate profitability perspective on the challenges facing you and ■■ Assessing the value of the bundle to the specific how to meet them. For fuller details of the day for a business unit? user segment in order to help develop pricing and about your masterclass leaders, please visit policy and build up revenue forecasts ■■ What other measures provide more usable data for management activities? our website at www.iir-conferences.com/costprof ■■ Taking into account regulated and unregulated services in price setting ■■ What are the major factors limiting the ■■ Identifying which indirect customer revenues accuracy of business unit cost and profitability establishing the most suitable costing calculations? models to apply to existing and new services should be attributed to a service bundle, including interconnect fees and additional VAS usage, when ■■ consumer profitability calculations ■■ Establishing whether FAC or LRIC would be the calculating the profitability of the bundle ■■ Is it a worthwhile exercise to conduct most appropriate method for modelling service ioana Dobre, Manager, calculations of consumers’ profitability, as costs PWc individuals or as customer segments? ■■ Factoring in a potential move to LRIC when ■■ Is it possible to relate available cost data to developing a FAC model 11.00 moRning RefReshments specific individuals? ■■ Outlining the key strengths and weaknesses in SERVICE PROVIDER ■■ How does profitability relate to key customer- bottom-up modelling for new services efficiently Calculating the Cost And oriented cost drivers? 11.30 ■■ Determining whether forecast adoption patterns ■■ How does profitability relate to Customer profitability Of Major Business Customers Lifetime Value? should affect the choice and development of cost model ■■ Evaluating how to track the network-related costs ■■ Process profitability calculations ■■ Providing sufficient scope within the model to of managing a major business customer, especially ■■ Profitability and cost-efficiency calculations may allow for unexpected developments on roll-out or over the last mile be effective measures to manage customer- adoption ■■ How closely do payments for a specific QoS facing processes and operations, but can they level relate to actual network costs? be applied elsewhere in the business? ■■ Altering data gathering and management systems Constructing top-down and bottom-up cost ■■ What is the optimum level of granularity to move from a service focus to a customer when examining process cost and profitability models orientation measures? ■■ Examining the key differences in structure ■■ Ensuring clarity in attributing direct and ■■ How should the results be interpreted? between top-down and bottom-up models and how indirect revenues to a specific customer the results from each differ ■■ What benchmarks can be used to assess the ■■ Developing clear breakdowns of cost elements and results? ■■ Selecting appropriate increments and identifying identifying the costs and revenues generated by incremental costs specific customer business units 15.20 afteRnoon tea ■■ Outlining the criteria used for allocating common ■■ Determining the optimum practical frequency costs and OPEX to individual services of profitability and cost calculations for major Late Addition Case study – Key 15.50 customers Regulatory Cost Accounting Insights Determining mark ups for bottom-up cost stephane Bliek, Business Controller VERizon BusinEss From tele2 models SERVICE PROVIDER Further information to be confirmed, please see ■■ Quantifying the impact of econometric and www.iir-conferences.com/costprof for updates demographic factors on the costs of service Developing greater Insight With 12.10 delivery Activity-Based Costing (ABC) Into Mikael Grape, Manager – Regulatory Affairs, tELE2 ■■ Clearly detailing and justifying assumptions Business unit Cost And profitability to SERVICE PROVIDER incorporated into your efficiency adjustments Improve OpeX Control And Benchmarking Identifying Best practice For 16.30 ■■ Increasing transparency by separating cost Creating An effective Regulatory Reporting allocation within each Business Unit (BU) unifying Accounting And Reporting In A process ■■ Ensuring appropriate cost reallocation among Multinational environment ■■ Assessing what should be included in a BUs to create clear cost and profitability data ■■ To what degree do accounting and reporting meaningful costing report and determining the at cost object levels (products, BUs/customer systems need to be unified? Should geographical level of detail required segments, channels) considerations make a difference? ■■ Identifying how to clearly demonstrate and justify ■■ Determining the optimal order for cost objects ■■ How helpful are international financial and the cost drivers and assumptions used in your in cost allocation accounting standards in creating similar methodology ■■ Considering the preconditions on the cost driver accounting systems and practices in different ■■ Determining the optimum form and structure of a side companies? submission to the regulator ■■ Using ABC for BU level costing to assist when ■■ Unifying data sources and usage to enable comparing OPEX spends with international meaningful comparisons between the companies Led by: benchmarks engaged in a merger or acquisition, providing the interconnect communications ■■ What value can ABC and benchmarking add to basis for business decisions a classical cost accounting approach? How can Rui cardoso, Planning and Business Support it be an effective tool when setting targets and VoDAFonE launching cost cutting interventions? 17.10 ChaiRman’s CLosing RemaRks and Gabor Földes, Senior Group Controller © COPYRIGHT Institute For International Research (IIR) BV, 2008. MAGYAR tELEKoM CLose of ConfeRenCe day thRee Due to unforeseen circumstances the programme may change and IIR reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers. Email: registrations@iir-telecoms.com Web: www.iir-conferences.com/costprof
  • 5. Telecoms cosT AllocATion & ProfiTAbiliTy AnAlysis Hear why previous delegates have enjoyed attending IIR’s Cost & Profitability Events: Addressing Key Challenges In Cost, Regulatory & Management Accounting 1 - 5 December | Hesperia London Victoria Hotel, London “All speakers have been excellent and experienced!” Benefit by attending the flagship event in iiR’s cost and Profitability P&T Luxembourg, delegate at Allocating series! consolidate your understanding and expertise in this field with Costs and Calculating Profitability 2007 five days of carefully selected learning and networking opportunities that will ensure that your skills, knowledge and processes are equal to “I’ve heard some really the best of your peers. inspiring ideas” A dramatic change in the nature of telecoms regulatory, management and cost Kyivstar, delegate at Allocating Costs accounting is taking place. This is driven by three main elements which are significant and Calculating Profitability 2007 when taken alone, but when combined demand a fresh response throughout the costing, accounting and control functions. This December, we will provide you with a clear picture of what is happening, why, and how best to respond to it, including: ““This event was very helpful 1 Examining how technological and service evolution is demanding new approaches to cost, for me on costing models and profit and pricing from operators and regulators regulation issues” Telesur, delegate at Allocating Costs 2 Evaluating new or forthcoming regulation to understand its effect on costs and cost models and Calculating Profitability 2006 3 Developing effective and timely responses to the changing business pressures and priorities of telecoms providers today This conference offers you the opportunity to meet with and learn from some of the WHO SHOulD ATTEND? leading experts in the industry, to gain insight from real life case studies and engage with peers from across Europe and beyond. The conference agenda aims to provide a comprehensive learning experience for experts Delegates will leave the event with the knowledge to confidently: across a wide range of costing, analytical and • Rethink approaches to costing in an NGN environment for pricing, management accounting accounting disciplines. You should attend if and regulatory accounting purposes your job relates to: • Manage the transition from legacy to next generation technologies and cost models • Cost Accounting • Improve models of business unit costs, profitability and cost-justification • Regulatory Accounting • Properly employ real option theory and time driven ABC in the telecoms sector • Management Accounting • Profitability Analysis CONTINuING PROFESSIONAl DEVElOPMENT • Financial Controlling • Financial Forecasting This event is compliant with the Continuing Professional Development schemes of most • Business or Regulatory Economics international accountancy bodies, including ACCA and CIPFA. Delegates operating under other CPD schemes may also be eligible to gain CPD points. • Wholesale Business Management • Interconnection Business Management WHO WIll YOu MEET? • Local Access Network Management • Cost Forecasts In the last two years this event has welcomed representatives from more than 50 operators and regulators as attendees. Based on previous events, you can expect to meet around 80 to 100 • Price Control specialists in approximately the following proportions: Commercial Opportunities at Telecoms 49% Western europe 53% operator 26% Central & eastern 26% Regulator Cost Allocation & Profitability Analysis europe 7% accountant To find out about opportunities for you to raise 7% Cis 10% Consultant your company’s profile at this event, please 10% middle east 4% other 4% africa contact the Business Development Director 4% RoW Russell Bacon on +44 20 7017 7014 or email rbacon@iir-conferences.com SuPPORTING PuBlICATION MEDIA PARTNERS www.allpaynews.com www.balancingact-africa.com www.eurocomms.com www.fstech.co.uk www.wipconnector.com www.hottelecom.com www.itedgenews.com www.mobileeurope.co.uk www.mobilein.com www.wipconnector.com Please call: +44 (0) 20 7017 7483 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7017 7825 REGISTER TODAY Email: registrations@iir-telecoms.com Web: www.iir-conferences.com/costprof
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