Clients rely on ComSci to provide them with accurate chargeback of their IT expenses, no matter what country or currency the expenses originate in.
EDISON, N.J. (PRWEB) September 23, 2008
"Our clients have operations that touch every part of the globe, generating a wide array and complexity of technology costs," said Michael Siniscalchi, Vice President, Business Development of ComSci. "Clients rely on ComSci to provide them with accurate chargeback of their IT expenses, no matter what country or currency the expenses originate in."
ComSci's BillBrowser™ can support all major international currencies with the flexibility for clients to add other currencies as needed.
In addition to multi-currency support, other enhancements to BillBrowser™ include more robust and detailed ad-hoc searches, off-line call detail searching, and the ability to group charges by service type, product, individual employee, and business line.
ComSci's BillBrowser™ is an advanced and user-friendly web-based module for IT cost transparency reporting. BillBrowser™ provides both IT and business managers insight into IT expenses and consumption data, serving as an organization's complete "billing aggregator" for all IT expenses and allowing senior managers and individual users to better manage, control and reduce their overall IT expenses. BillBrowser™ provides secure access, via the Internet, to data from ComSci's platform of IT cost transparency and chargeback solutions.
"All these new features result from specific requests and suggestions by our clients, who take a strong interest in the continued growth and development of ComSci," commented Siniscalchi. "We take special pride in the close working relationship we have with our clients."
ComSci delivers Technology Financial Management solutions that empower organizations to implement more effective IT financial governance. Through decades of experience and a suite of web-based tools, ComSci helps IT organizations enhance IT cost transparency and visibility, which in turn enables business units to understand and optimize demand and utilization of technology resources. ComSci is headquartered in Edison, New Jersey, and was founded in 1971.