Batbold Dashnyam: Positive Steps to Revenue Assurance Aspirations

September 29, 2009 at 3:39 pm Leave a comment

In Mongolia, a person’s name is considered auspicious and is chosen with the hope it will bring the bearer good fortune. Batbold Dashnyam lives and works in Mongolia and considered it his good fortune to be attending GRAPA training in London. Batbold, whose name suggests ‘strength,’ has a Bachelor of Telecommunications and a Masters of Science from the Mongolian University of Science and Technology.batbold09

Batbold started working at Mobicom Corporation, going into the telecommunications industry immediately after finishing university. He has worked for them since 1996. Currently he is an information technology auditor and works in the capital of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar. His responsibility is to monitor the IT systems within the company, a job he approaches with enthusiasm. “Working within the regulations and standardizing the systems themselves can be a challenge,” he explains, “but I like the job because I feel very strongly about helping my company perform well in the market.”

Not all of Batbold’s challenges are work related, however. As the father of three children, one of whom is home schooled, he is very active in their education. He oversees that homework is completed and they are staying current with their studies. He believes it is very important to encourage his children to develop a love of learning outside the classroom, and in that pursuit, he is an enthusiastic teacher. He also encourages his children to participate in sports, whether in a school athletic program, or learning to swim at the local pool.

Like many of us after a busy day, Batbold likes to relax in front of the television, watching shows like X-Factor and Britain’s Got Talent as well as local television shows.

Because the regulations and standardization issues have been a particular challenge Batbold feels the GRAPA training has been very useful. “Recently management realized revenue assurance was important, especially with the current economy in recession. “ It was decided we needed a revenue assurance infrastructure, so management went about setting up revenue assurance teams,” says Batbold. “That is the reason I’m at this training and it has provided a lot of information. There has been a lot to absorb and read.” He cites the useful examples, dialogue with peers and practical applications as important take-aways from this course. “When I return to work, I am looking forward to sharing my knowledge and experience with my colleagues. I believe it is a positive step to realizing our revenue assurance aspirations.”

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