September 16, 2008
VoIP Logic Launches CDR Manager, Named to Inc. List
By Greg Galitzine, Group Editorial Director
VoIP Logic (News - Alert), has announced a new solution - CDR Manager - a Call Detail Record Management module for its Cortex OSS middleware. CDR Manager is designed to serve as an easy-to-use, hosted tool for real-time reporting and access to call records and other raw user data.
This latest module is geared towards providing integration between systems and the monitoring and management tools carriers and services providers require to run them.
Cortex is the central component that drives VoIP Logic’s VoIP managed services and solutions portfolio. The company enables telecommunications service providers worldwide to build and manage customized, flexible and scalable IP telephony rollouts. By deploying the Cortex OSS middleware system, VoIP Logic is able to provide their service customers with a comprehensive, fully neutral, set of on-demand solutions for service providers looking to use VoIP technology.
According to CEO Micah Singer (News - Alert), “What we’re trying to do is to make something complex more simple. We want to provide the compelling applications that will help providers achieve this.”
In addition to the company’s wholesale billing app and the just released CDR Manager, a third announcement is set for the coming weeks. Singer hinted at a peering/recording solution that will feature advanced monitoring, and advanced configurability.
Singer believes that for his customers, effective support is a key driver for growth. Larger carriers want customization, and as VoIP Logic moves upstream, they will gain access to a larger piece of the pie with professional services.
In other news, VoIP Logic also announced this morning that Inc. magazine ranked the company at number 2,369 on its annual ranking of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the country.
Singer commented, “We are honored to be recognized as a success story, and as one of 100 fastest growing telecom companies. This recognition speaks not only to the expertise and know-how of our team, but also to the global adoption of VoIP and the significant growth taking place in our market.”
Greg Galitzine is editorial director for TMC’s (News - Alert) IP Communications suite of products, including TMCnet.com. To read more of Greg’s articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi