February 09, 2013
TMCnet Enterprise Solutions Week in Review
By Carlos Olivera
TMCnet Content Producer
This week in Enterprise Solutions, Technosoft announced the launch of its latest service, Technosoft Information Edge Services (TIES). TIES is designed to partner with enterprises to help them transform information assests into foresights to gain a competitive advantage.
“We are extremely excited with the launch of TIES. With this launch Technosoft is well positioned to help our customers address the 4V data challenge – velocity, volume, variety and veracity,” said Rajiv Tandon, CEO, Technosoft Corporation, in a statement.
In other Enterprises Solutions launch news, NetPlus announced that its latest solutions provider will accommodate small and medium businesses. NetPlus Small Medium Business Edition (SMBE) is designed to help small and medium businesses meet the growing telecom management needs. SMBE is also designed to save SMB’s on operation costs as it addresses telecom management software for a lower price.
“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.
Finally, Tata Communications (News - Alert) has taken a giant step in strengthening its telecommunications services. Tata announced it has joined in on an interconnection agreement with AT&T (News - Alert). With the new agreement, Tata hopes to revamp its false answer algorithm to be more accurate.
“To help the telecoms industry meet the requirements of enterprises as the growth of business video continues, there needs to be collaboration and openness amongst service providers, the creation of an open ecosystem in which service providers align and interconnect their respective business video communities will allow enterprise customers to receive not only the best service possible, but it will also give them unprecedented reach to other Telepresence (News - Alert) rooms around the world, enabling them to embrace video as a daily business communication tool,” said Peter Quinlan, vice president, Integrated Business Video Services, Tata Communications.
Edited by Ashley Caputo