Kolmisoft, a provider of advanced VoIP Softswitch billing and routing software, announced the release of a new VoIP Softswitch software called MOR Front-End.
The new advanced VoIP Softswitch, with a billing and routing system, is designed to help alternative telecoms to improve their voice services.
“With so many exciting features, this product is the easiest and fastest way for voice service providers to increase client satisfaction from their daily operations,” said Mindaugas Kezys, CEO of Kolmisoft, in a statement. “MOR Front-End gives every telecom the tool they need to provide excellent service to their final clients.”
Delivering VoIP Softswitch with billing and routing in more than 80 countries, Kolmisoft has identified the potential of the market. The company has experienced rapid growth last year driven by the demand from the telecommunications industry worldwide.
The MOR Front-End is designed for small and mid-sized telecommunications companies involved in VoIP retail, wholesale, calling cards, resale and system integration.
MOR Front-End integrates XML API to the main system. It is based on Magento E-Commerce platform. Users can get connected to self-help portals and manage their accounts. The service allows to them to make payments, configure their services, check call log, and more. Users can customize their pages by giving the look and feel of their choice.
Without requiring the skills of an engineer, users can easily manage the platform. They can create new promotions, campaigns and other informational blocks online and instantly seeing the results. With this businesses can enter the target market and save the exhausting development of similar user-oriented portals by third party developers.
In a similar development in the softswitch industry, Belden, a provider of signal transmission solutions for mission-critical applications, announced the launch of a new softswitch range from GarrettCom (News - Alert) designed for data-intensive power utility applications like smart grid technologies.
Edited by Rich Steeves