Financial Technology

Financial Technology

November 22, 2013

Cimpl: An Advanced Telecom and IT Expense Management Platform by Etelesolv

Managing telecom and IT expanses are daunting task for many companies. The technologies like SIP trunking, BYOD, cloud services, UC, mobile applications have made it more difficult task.

Montreal-based Etelesolv has come up with a new platform, called Cimpl that helps to connect and understand complex information about telecom and IT assets, allowing companies to control costs and resources.

Cimpl fills a need in the marketplace, as on average and saves millions of dollars of the companies. It allows managers to connect all telecom and IT assets in one place.

Cimpl is the first solution that sits at the intersection of financial and asset management in the Telecom Expense Management (TEM) and IT Asset Management (ITAM) sectors.

Chris Thierry, Etelesolv President said, “We've worked with big organizations, in every major vertical in this country over the past ten years. Cimpl is revolutionizing the processes around asset lifecycle management. By creating an all-in-one system we have removed the gap between IT asset management and financial accountability. Cimpl connects disparate Telecom and IT Information to clarify the picture of what's being spent, and allows enterprises to take back control over their assets and expenses.”

Cimpl provides alert modules, actionable reports and audit tool to take back control of assets and spend of organizations.

Cimpl has been built using HTML5. So it can work seamlessly with any web browser or mobile devices. It gives users access to real time data so they can make quick decisions. It gives users access to real time data so they can make quick decisions.

Vincent Parisien, vice president of Research and Development, said in a statement, “Our engineering team aimed to do one thing: simplify life for managers seeking to get a handle on their IT and Telecom assets. Cimpl is going to save Canadian enterprises millions of dollars and help them reinvest where it matters.” 

Edited by Ryan Sartor

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