Inventory touches almost every aspect of maintaining a telecommunications network and is invaluable when migrating to unified communications
Gaithersburg, MD (PRWEB) April 26, 2013
NetPlus, a leader in Telecommunication Management Systems, was invited to speak at the ITPX Conference and Tradeshow earlier this month. Jim Gilmour, Product Manager at NetPlus addressed several key issues in managing modern telecommunications infrastructure and migrating to a unified communications environment.
“The topics we covered at the ITPX Conference were very well received. A message that struck home with the audience was the need for maintaining a clean inventory. It really is the heart of telecom operations because if you don’t know what you have, how will you know what to manage, bill for, and be billed?” said Gilmour after giving his presentation.
NetPlus Telecommunications Management System (TMS) offers complete telecommunications oversight and management. Inventory is at the center of NetPlus TMS and all work orders, trouble tickets, moves, adds, changes, and disconnects are tightly tied to inventory to ensure proper tracking and management of assets. Inventory management allows the enterprise to chargeback for services provided by the telecommunications group and maintain a historical record of the spend across the enterprise for budgeting purposes and cost savings analyses.
NetPlus is a leading Communications Management solutions provider for both commercial and government entities. With over 25 years of experience NetPlus offers a suite of solutions for expense management, data validation, fault management, inventory tracking and control, provisioning, and more. Customers like Department of Defense, Department of State, United States Air Force, Avaya, Verizon, and the Pentagon utilize NetPlus solutions for the daily operation of their communications and data network. NetPlus is JITC certified and can be procured through Vanguard and GSA. Headquartered in Gaithersburg, MD, NetPlus is a division of Ventraq Corporation. For more information, visit http://www.NetPlusTMS.com.