Large federal government facility has chosen NetPlus again to automate their Unified Communications migration.
Gaithersburg, MD (PRWEB) February 20, 2015
NetPlus will help a large federal government facility with its transition to new SIP technology. The same facility used the NetPlus VoIP Transition Tool (VTT) to migrate from their old legacy switch to their current Avaya CS2100. That project was originally delayed, but with the NetPlus VoIP Tool they were able to migrate ahead of schedule, under budget, and utilize fewer resources.
For the transition this year, the facility will move their 40,000 lines from its CS2100 to newer technology with a SIP based switch, the Avaya AS5300.
“We are pleased that this customer has chosen to use NetPlus VTT again for their transition. The first project was a great success and showed real savings so it’s not a surprise when they wanted to move to a new switch they would use the same tool. We anticipate the current migration will be just as successful,” said Matt Lewis, President of NetPlus.
The NetPlus VoIP Transition Tool has helped organizations migrate to UC and VoIP faster and more cost efficiently than ever before by automating most of the process. The automated extraction of asset data alone has saved clients hours of labor and improved their data accuracy. Clients have experience savings up to $3.5 million and cut migration times by over 50%.
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.