NetPlus discusses how the Maturity Model can help in UC Migration Strategies

Learn best practices when planning for a unified communication migration in a webinar on Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

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Learn how one organization saved over $3.5 million on their migration and cut migration time by over 50%

(PRWEB) July 28, 2014

The Telecom Maturity Model can help organizations determine where they are in their telecom technology. This knowledge is invaluable in determining how they will move to new technologies such as unified communications and VoIP.

NetPlus will be hosting a Webinar, Automating the Transition to UC, on Tuesday July 29th at 2pm EST to discuss how organizations can improve their migration strategy and migrate with precision.

CFOs, CIOs, IT Managers, CTOs, telecom managers and cost champions are encouraged to attend the webinar and learn:

  •     A breakdown of the migration process
  •     Areas of cost in a migration process
  •     How organizations can improve migration planning, save on labor costs, and increase adoption rates.

Additionally a case study on how one organization saved over $3.5 million on their migration as well as cut migration time from 3 years to 6 months will be presented.
To register for this webinar: http://bit.ly/netplusunifiedcomm

About NetPlus®
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.


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