Real-Time Telecom Expense Management for BlackBerry Smartphones
April 27, 2010
By Anil Sharma
, TMCnet Contributor
Anomalous Networks, Inc., a supplier of Real-Time Telecom Expense Management (R-TEM) solutions, has introduced version 3.1 of the Anomaly R-TEM system for BlackBerry (News - Alert) smartphones.
Officials with Anomalous said that R-TEM system gives enterprises utilizing BlackBerry Smartphones a real-time view of their data, voice and SMS usage, giving them greater visibility and control over these assets and allowing them to reduce telecom costs.
"We are extremely pleased to be able to offer our customers a single interface for them to manage their telecom costs for their complete fleet of mobile devices," said Jaan Leemet, chief technology officer of Anomalous Networks, in a statement.
According to company officials, Real-Time Telecommunications Expense Management provides an edge to enterprises by allowing them to capture and react to potential cost and corporate data security exposures in real-time.
Company officials said that the enterprise-controlled, software only, Anomaly R-TEM system reduces telecom costs through preventative alerting and plan optimization; gives greater insight into public network use, allowing for better telecom budget management; ability to be alerted of changes in employee data usage (large file transfers, increase or decrease in normal activity and off-hour usage) as well as public Wi-Fi connections to help improve corporate data security.
In December 2009, Anomalous Networks announced that the Anomaly R-TEM is a Bell Mobility Certified Solution.
This certification is part of Anomalous Networks ongoing global initiative to partner with leading wireless service providers. The Anomaly R-TEM was rigorously tested on Bell Mobility's networks and devices to be awarded the Bell Certified Solution status.
The Anomalous Networks R-TEM system gives enterprises a real time view of their telecom usage and expenses on both wired and wireless networks.
Real-time Telecommunications Expense Management provides an edge to enterprises by allowing them to capture and react to potential cost and security exposures in real time.
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Edited by Erin Harrison