Wavelink (News - Alert) Corporation, a global provider of mobile device management, wireless infrastructure management, and mobile application development software, announced major improvements to Wavelink Avalanche Telicost.
The enhancements to Wavelink Avalanche Telicost are aimed at offering better reporting and usage controls to users.
Assisting administrators to proactively monitor, analyze and manage data, voice, SMS and roaming usage, the additions will enable businesses to recognize overages in real time and analyze usage patterns across carriers and platforms.
With this, carriers are expected to significantly reduce telecom expenses for mobile devices.
The value addition to Wavelink Avalanche Telicost will assist the industry in dealing with the challenges associated with the proliferation of smart devices and wireless WAN devices. The changes will help enterprises incorporate wireless expense management as part of their long term mobile device management strategy.
"Wavelink Telicost enables organizations to take back control of their telecom and wireless expenses by giving them the means to minimize, or even prevent, unanticipated overage and roaming charges from occurring," said Kelly Ungs, senior director of channels for Wavelink, in a statement.
"In most cases, a company will see a return on their investment after just one or two months of eliminating carrier overage charges and bringing their plans into alignment with actual usage," Ungs added.
Wavelink Telicost provides organizations with facilities to monitor real-time network and data usage and manage their telecom and wireless costs.
Using Wavelink software, mobile phone users and network administrators will have alerts before incurring costs associated with roaming, planning overages and large data transfers or when they switch to different or changing usage patterns or move outside their assigned work zones.
Recently, Wavelink announced that its mobile device management and proactive telecom expense management products have won this year’s two Golden Bridge Business Awards for innovation in information technology. Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefanie Mosca