Big news for those who have used—and found indispensable—the vManager application from vCom. The popular telecommunications management system recently made the jump to the iPhone (News - Alert) and iPad, making the telecommunications management system not only valuable, but also highly portable.
The vCom vManager system already offered plenty of valuable services, like allowing users to keep closer overall track of how much they spent on telecommunications, eliminate billing errors where they may have occurred, and also make complex environments featuring multiple billing sources—vendors, invoices and contracts alike—into a much simpler system to observe and manage.
The updates to vCom's vManager, according to chief operating officer Sameer Hilal, represent part of an overall strategy of finding “ways to simplify telecom management and enhance visibility and control.” Moving large portions of vManager to the cloud, in turn—and allowing it to be accessed from iOS hardware—makes it that much easier to work with as it can be worked with in more places, and at times that best fit busy schedules.
Perhaps best of all, vManager mobile applications are free for current vCom customers to use, allowing vCom customers an added note of value in being able to take their work with them whereever they happen to need it. To that end, vCom has even gone so far as to launch a photo contest for vManager users: a prize of an iPad 2 tablet will go to the user who finds the most unusual place to use the vManager mobile app and then sends the resulting photo of them using the app in the unusual place in for vCom's consideration.
Prizes aside, vCom's vManager represents a great way to not only keep track of telecommunications costs, but do so from anywhere, any time. That kind of flexibility is no small thing, especially in business settings where the ability to respond to problems as they emerge is not only prized, but also has direct effect on the bottom line.
The vManager app from vCom may not be for every business, just for every business who wants a better handle on what's being spent on telecommunications, as well as wants a way to potentially improve that cost picture through the careful and timely application of information.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey