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Invoice enhancement: Quantity of services

Customer request to view the quantity used for each item (200 hours, 120GB, etc.) on the invoice.

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  • Mar 22 2019
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    AVERY ROWE commented
    22 Jul, 2019 09:06pm

    Mahendra has promoted this idea to epic PLFMRDMP-393 being prioritized for 2H19. PLFMRDMP-393 focuses on providing a unified view of usage for all services (IaaS & PaaS) on Usage Dashboard.

    Separately, all the updates on SLIC/CFTS invoices cannot be taken up for prioritization prior to H1 2020.

  • Guest commented
    5 Apr, 2019 04:24pm

    Any changes to invoice will need to be planned with DSW.  Will place in backlog for future review

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