Errors and inefficiencies plague telecommunication environments How do you know if you have a problem?

September 2007
Hudson Valley Business Journal;9/10/2007, Vol. 18 Issue 37, p18
The article reports on ways to detect telecommunication errors and efficiencies in various businesses in the U.S. A unique tool that company can utilize is the so-called Telecom Service Inventory that enables the company to proactively manage their telecom environment so that they will be aware of where their penny is going. There are other ways like conducting a location inventory, line inventory, vendor distribution and reviewing rate plan report.


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