Soft-ex has announced the European launch of its Optimiser Version 5 telecom intelligence solution. Optimiser allows enterprises to centrally monitor fixed and mobile usage, leading to more control, efficiency and cost savings on their phone bills. Optimiser Version 5 is now available as a hosted service or an on-site solution via a new dynamic and user-intuitive interface.
According to leading analyst Aberdeen, 52% of companies are unable to capture their mobile expenditures. Lack of usage visibility is the top challenge. Now Soft-ex provide this usage and cost-on-demand data at your finger-tips, to companies to manage those costs against budget. Key business decisions can then be implemented to significantly reduce costs, improve control and introduce corporate efficiencies.
Optimiser Version 5 is an integrated hosted and on-site solution, targeted at enterprises and delivers management information to the desktop, down to individual user level. Soft-ex says the product is already experiencing early successes as a result of its uniquely flexible and robust functionality based on future-proof technology. Gartner has found that implementing telecom usage management can typically achieve from 10%-30% lower costs.
Gráinne MagFhloinn, VP Marketing at Soft-ex commented, “We have made significant improvements and additions to this latest release of Optimiser Version 5 which will provide an advanced level of transparency, and will enable our clients to more tangibly control costs and facilitate serious performance improvements. The new Soft-ex web-based interface is highly intuitive, dynamic and easy to navigate. Given that enterprises face a major challenge to reduce telecom costs, a Top 4 enterprise expense, our clients need solutions which will have a real impact on their day-to-day operations and positively affect their bottom lines. Optimiser Version 5 addresses that directly by providing a comprehensive view of the entire telecoms network and in this way assisting them to make important strategic business decisions.”