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February 15, 2010
CTI Group’s MNC Reporting Module is the newest addition to Analysis 7 and offers multinationals the latest billing analysis technology to unify and control global telecoms costs.
CTI Group’s market leading Analysis 7 e-billing and analysis solution can now exclusively provide Multinational Corporations (MNCs) with a comprehensive and analytical view into their telecoms usage across the world, regardless of currency or language. Featuring for the first time at Mobile World Congress 2010, the ‘MNC’ Reporting Module enables carriers to satisfy demand from multinational corporations (MNCs) wanting to centralise and control their telecoms billing and analysis across the globe.
The new module was developed in response to demand from global organisations who require transparency of their telecoms spend from a high level overview down to granular detail from one provider. This need was highlighted by Nigel Springhall, BT Global Services mobile network operations general manager, who recently commented, “mobile has become a commodity, so enterprises are targeting reduction in the number of operators they deal with.”1
Reinforcing this point was Rob Bamforth, principal analyst at Quocirca, who recommended, “enterprises should look for service providers with proven management experience of helping companies negotiate the best deals, potentially on a global scale, and of managing the billing and ongoing maintenance of tariffs, contracts and service levels.”2
Andy Wilson, Vice President of Sales and Marketing International at CTI Group, comments: “The current economic climate has driven organisations with multiple offices, both regionally and internationally, to look at ways in which they can save on costs by creating global contracts with their suppliers and therefore unifying their disparate billing solutions into one centralised platform.
“Analysis 7 allows staff to analyse their Telco spend through global, regional and departmental levels from wherever they sit within an organisation’s structure. Through the utilisation of one functional dashboard, they can generate bespoke reports in their preferred currency and language, which presents them with a clear outline of spend. As a result, they are able to highlight areas that can be streamlined to produce significant cost savings.”
CTI Group will be available to demonstrate these and other products at MWC, appearing in conjunction with UK Trade and Investment in Hall 1. For more information on Analysis 7, or to enquire about a meeting at MWC, please contact Ella Crook at CTI Group ([email protected]) or visit www.ctigroupuk.com.
1 “Taking the complexity out of communications costs” by Miya Knights, ComputerWeekly.com, 8 December 2009
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