NetPlus to Discuss Telecommunications Strategies
April 08, 2013
By Mini Swamy
, TMCnet Contributor
As organizations gradually move to next-generation technologies such as VoIP, UC and SIP, the way they manage telecommunications will also change. Providing relevant telecommunications management software solutions and managing converged telecom networks will thus take on a more important hue.
NetPlus is expected to host a session to discuss telecommunications management strategies at the ITPX/NCUG conference & trade show, scheduled to take place at Harrah’s hotel in New Orleans.
Jim Gilmour, product manager at NetPlus, is planning to explain how to manage telecommunications infrastructure in a diverse environment.
“I am honored to be invited to speak at ITPX. As we move into next generation technologies such as VoIP, UC and SIP, the way we manage telecommunications will change. NetPlus is very adept at managing hybrid environments and we’d like to share our lessons learned and real life scenarios,” said Gilmour.
Technology manufacturers, service providers and suppliers will have an opportunity to interact with each other in a relaxed environment. They can also learn of the latest tools, products and services that NetPlus has developed to automate migration from legacy systems to VoIP and manage multiswitch environments.
In addition, participants will be able to see the positive impact that wireless and telecom expense management, inventory control has had on clients around the world. They will also be able to see additional savings that will accrue consequent on using NetPlus tools and services.
Studies have shown that one of the greatest and often overlooked expenses is telecommunications spending, and NetPlus will be demonstrating how enterprises and organizations can cut spending.
With more than 25 years of experience, NetPlus offers a suite of solutions that the federal government and other civilian agencies have been leveraging to improve productivity and support new and existing telecommunications infrastructure.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey