Lymeware Releases New CABS Viewer Product with Database Support and Import Capability

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CABS Viewer now supports five output formats, including new database formats

Lymeware Corporation, an innovative provider of Telecom and security software solutions, announced a new release of its industry standard CABS Viewer billing product. The new release now supports CABS (Carrier Access Billing System) BOS (Billing Output Specifications) Version 44 (V44) and add the capability to support several database import formats, including a single large compound, comma-delimited format and multiple single-record comma-delimited file formats.

“At Lymeware, we are delighted to support the most current CABS BOS standard, as provided by all the major telecom service providers,” said Carl Fox, Director of Sales for Lymeware. “This latest release of our product gives our customers the new ability to populate their own databases with billing data from any CABS-compliant carrier.”

The Lymeware CABS Viewer product supports the CABS BOS standards, as defined by the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) Order and Billing Forum (OBF) subcommittee and as owned by Telcordia Technologies. The majority of large access service providers issue Carrier Access Bills following the CABS BOS standard format.

Lymeware has provided robust, secure, and targeted telecom solutions since 1999, and has extensive Telecommunications, communications and security experience.

A free 30-day evaluation of the full CABS Viewer product is available upon request.

About Lymeware

Lymeware Corporation, founded in 1995, provides secure messaging solutions, XML/EDI integration frameworks, and consulting services for Fortune 1000 companies, CLECs and other service providers. Lymeware built the first ILEC EDI ordering platform, several CLEC ordering systems, the first IA to successfully test with all of the major ILECs, the first XML-based OSS to support EDI and several other innovations in the Telecom Industry. Lymeware Corporation is privately held and has offices in Old Lyme, Connecticut.

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