vCom Solutions Announces Addition of Six New Clients to its Platform
Provider of Telecom Management as a Service (TMaaS) vCom Solutions has said that six more new clients are benefiting from its platform.
Additionally, vCom said that it allows companies to leave the complexity and excessive costs of ‘carrier direct’ telecom purchasing and replaces it with software as a service (SaaS)-based TEM platform and seasoned professional services team.
The company’s customers also get carrier agnostic wholesale buying power. Company officials said that this further reduces the price they actually pay for carrier services.
In addition to receiving have a simple, transparent view into all of their telecom services and activity, the companies can now also receive one bill for all services from anywhere in the country.
The new clients are Alameda, CA. based Elder Care Alliance, a non-profit, faith-based organization dedicated solely to providing care services to meet the needs of older adults;
Heritage Bank of Commerce, a community business bank in the heart of Silicon Valley; Nampa, Idaho based Home Federal Bank, which operates a total of 13 branches throughout the Treasure Valley in Idaho.
Other clients include Kizan International which designs, manufactures, distributes, and markets dress and casual pants; Langtech that provides several technology solutions and services in a wide range of areas to clients; and PENSCO Trust Company, a non-depository trust company regulated under the State of New Hampshire.
vCom’s TMaaS is a complete suite of cloud-based Telecom Management software tools and a full portfolio of professional services, including Carrier Selection, Procurement, Project Management, Technical Support, Bill Consolidation and Cost Allocation.
Recently, the company announced an expansion into southern California with a new office in the Los Angeles metro area.
Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves