February 05, 2013
NetPlus Launches NetPlus Small Medium Business Edition
By Anil Sharma
NetPlus, a communications management solutions provider for both commercial and government entities, has launched NetPlus Small Medium Business Edition (SMBE) to meet the growing telecom management needs of small to mid-sized businesses and government organizations.
NetPlus is a single, integrated telecom management system that automates network operations and management functions across legacy and VoIP switches.
Company officials said that NetPlus's new Small Medium Business Edition (SMBE) will address telecom management software needs at a smaller price tag (News - Alert).
“NetPlus SMBE is designed for those small businesses that want to reap the savings from a full blown telecommunications management system, but are not big enough to justify the expenditure,” said Matt Lewis, president of NetPlus, in a statement.
Lewis said that NetPlus SMBE gives them the opportunity to utilize an industry standard tool to better manage the life cycle of their communications assets with a smaller price tag.
Officials with NetPlus said that NetPlus SMBE will include account management, billing, trouble ticket, and work order tools to help users fully manage their communications assets and accounts.
Back in October, NetPlus reported that the Federal Government, including Department of Defense and Civilian agencies, continues to leverage NetPlus TMS to improve productivity and support new and existing communications infrastructure.
Commercial clients are also steadily migrating to the new NetPlus TMS 6.0 while enhancing feature sets. Enhancements include granular visibility into call routing data, specifically call origination and termination, to optimize dial plans and correctly handle charge backs.
NetPlus TMS offers complete lifecycle management for communications infrastructures, from inventory control to expense management, to improve end-user service, allocate and control costs, increase data accuracy and accessibility, and streamline communication flows. It has been specifically designed for enterprise-level converged networks and can be quickly deployed to provide an integrated view across legacy telecom and VoIP networks.
Edited by Ashley Caputo