Quickcomm recently expanded its professional services offering to help improve the management of the telecommunications environment for enterprises. The improved service offerings will provide customers with greater visibility into their global telecommunications expenditure and strategies.
Quickcomm’s professional services portfolio will provide functions like baseline analysis, audit and optimization, benefits realization, contract services, resourcing services and telecommunications management assessment.
In a statement, Tony Bodetti (News - Alert), head of Business Development, said that, “Quickcomm has the people, processes, and systems in place to fully support the telecommunications needs of enterprise organizations even as the mobile landscape continues to evolve. Our global footprint combined with our carrier relationships and subject matter expertise ensures our customers are provided with an effective telecommunications management solution from a consultative professional services approach to a comprehensive managed services approach.”
New advancements within the communications sector have become commonplace, putting added pressure on enterprises to ensure they have a centralized and clear view of their telecommunications environment. In light of this, Quickcomm’s professional services ensure that enterprises benefit from centralized visibility and greater control over their global telecommunications with respect to aspects such as management of assets, correction of billing errors, identification of contract violations, as well as improved deals with telecoms vendors that entail reductions in tariff complexity and expenses.
Beginning with Baseline Analysis as a service, the company’s services portfolio delivers a centralized view of billing inventory, usage and expenditure, which allows customers to better manage new acquisitions and vendor changes, and better factor in change elicited by technology transformations.
With Quickcomm’s Telecommunications Management Assessment service, organizations benefit from recommendations for best practices that include improved planning, risk analysis and mitigating obsolete services within their complete telecommunications lifecycle.
The result is that organizations can clearly define and align themselves with an improved customer strategy.
By leveraging Quickcomm’s professional services, organizations gain increased visibility and control over their telecommunications environment, and take advantage of the support provided by Quickcomm’s professional services team to enhance their decision-making process within the telecommunications lifecycle.
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Edited by Braden Becker