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Telecommunications management systems provider Mer Telemanagement Solutions Ltd.
This approval -- combined with our history of successfully supplying DoD and our on-going experience with the Air Force Telecommunications Management Systems (TMS) project, one of the government's largest implementations of TMS -- gives NetPlus an unequalled position in this vertical market niche.
ACE*COMM Corporation (NASDAQ:ACEC), a global provider of network business intelligence and advanced operations support systems (OSS) solutions, today announced that Technology Marketing Corporation's (TMC(R)) Internet Telephony(R) magazine has designated its NetPlus(R) telecommunications management system (TMS) a winner of the magazine's prestigious Product of the Year Awards for 2005.
Under the agreement, Stonehouse will integrate XACCTusage(TM) into its flagship management software product, MONIES(R) (Management of Network Income, Expense, and Services), providing an effective telecommunications management system for complex voice and data networks.
ACE*COMM Corporation (NASDAQ:ACEC), today announced that it has been selected to provide its NetPlus(R) telecommunications management system (TMS) to a U.
Federal agencies will also be able to take advantage of online ordering, as well as the recently introduced combination of Service@once(TM) automated telecommunications management system and a consolidated billing system.
A 17-year AT&T veteran, Afshar contributed to the design, development, and delivery of numerous multi-million-dollar projects during his tenure, including telecommunications management systems and data networks featuring toll-free services, call center applications, and computer-telephony integration.
ISI Infortel(R) products include a broad range of advanced, integrated telemanagement solutions ranging from enterprise-wide telecommunications management systems to stand-alone, PC-based call accounting modules and a sophisticated outsourcing service bureau.