Telesoft Extends Language Support for Telecom Expense Management Solution
April 05, 2013
By Rachel Ramsey
, TMCnet Web Editor
Budget cuts have been affecting businesses of all sizes from different industries, but most organizations don’t realize these can be avoided: 26 percent of telecom charges for telecom services are erroneous or could be avoided. Telecom expense management solutions automate the management of telecommunications expenses, which can represent one the largest single operating expenditures, to save money and streamline business processes.
Attempting to manage telecom for optimum efficiency using manual processes can drain essential resources from core revenue-earning activities. Telecom expense management solutions providers help manage environments for maximum efficiency and cost savings.
Telesoft, a provider of fixed and mobile telecom expense management software and services, recently extended its language support for its Telesoft TEM solution, which now includes international language capabilities for Spanish, French and German.
“The addition of language support is something that we’ve been looking to do for while now and the functionality is currently available in the latest release of the Telesoft solution,” said Thierry Zerbib, chief executive officer and cofounder of Telesoft. “Telesoft has long supported clients in managing their international telecom expenses and the addition of these languages will further enhance that support.”
The Telesoft TEM solution addresses each aspect of a telecom environment while centralizing the view of telecom expenses and activities so users can make better business decisions. This scalable, modular solution has been refined over three decades in order to effectively meet changing needs in optimizing a telecom environment.
It offers capabilities such as invoice management, mobility management, call accounting, asset management and reporting to ensure businesses are taking as much control over their telecom spend as possible. Telesoft has been managing voice, data and mobile expenses from more than 150 international providers in more than 95 currencies for more than 12 years, so the expansion of languages is essential for the company to help the global economy.
“Our clients drive enhancements to our solution set and we will undoubtedly see more requests for internationalization features moving forward,” added Zerbib. “The addition of language support further bolsters a software suite that is already being used to manage fixed and mobile telecom expenses on a global scale.”
Edited by Braden Becker