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DTMF Networks Announces 50 Percent Discount on vBOSS for VoIP Wholesale Operators
By Rajani Baburajan, TMCnet Contributor
vBOSS is a hosted VoIP billing and VoIP wholesale management solution developed by DTMF Networks to cater to the needs of wholesale VoIP operators. The software has been used for billing hundreds of wholesale VoIP carriers including Tier-1 carriers from around the globe, company officials said.
With the new offer, wholesale VoIP operators can avail this solution at much lower price than the original, they added. The service package helps them minimize revenue leaks and manage operations in an efficient manner.
vBOSS is an elaborate and efficient, system that can save up to an estimated 60- 85 percent of the time in operations management.
As part of the vBOSS service package, DTMF Networks is also offering Nextone softswitch partitions at a discount of 50 percent. Nextone, according to company officials, is the most powerful and stable Softswitch solution in the market today. It’s been successfully tested with over 1800 concurrent calls on our and our customers' servers.
The company recently also announced a Pro Package for its Hosted Nextone / Genband Softswitch and Billing Service with elaborate feature set and attractive discounts, TMCnet reported in July.
Additional features of the new vBOSS service package include invoicing, billing, CDR reconciliation and dispute management, CRM module, advanced reporting and analytics. DTMF feels these are essential elements for any successful wholesale operator.
With these features, vBOSS becomes an extremely user friendly and robust system that can handle trillions of CDRs per second and can prepare bulk rating and automatic rate notifications with a click of a button, company officials said.
“We are proud to have excelled our commitments to our clients as we are looking for expanding out outreach to various other customers around the globe,” Afaque Ahmad, director and founder, DTMF Networks, said.
Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny