• NetPlus® TEM 2.0

    Telecom Expense Management System

    Are you tired of the diminishing savings from TEM year after year? Overhaul your TEM with NetPlus and find dollars you didnít know were there. Gain complete visibility and control over your telecom spend and assets, thatís NetPlus TEM 2.0.

  • NetPlus VoIP/UC Transition Tool

    VoIP/Unified Communications Migration Automation

    New technologies are in your telecom horizon, but how will you get there? Plan for a better, faster, and more cost effective transition to VoIP and UC with the NetPlus VoIP Transition Tool.

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    Let us demonstrate how NetPlus® TMS & NetPlus® TEM 2.0 can give you total control over your telecom infrastructure, drive additional savings to your organization, and provide holistic visibility into your communications network. Contact us today.

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The NetPlus® Team

For over 25 years, NetPlus® has driven telecom management and telecom expense management innovation to the needs of government, commercial, and municipal clients throughout the United States and around the globe, helping them save real dollars and improve their processes. Meet the executive management team that continues to drive the company's success.

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NetPlus® VoIP Transition in DC Metro Area

NetPlus will help a large federal government facility with its transition to new SIP technology. The same facility used the NetPlus VoIP Transition Tool (VTT) to migrate from their old legacy switch to their current Avaya CS2100. That project was originally delayed, but with the NetPlus VoIP Tool they were able to migrate ahead of schedule, under budget, and utilize fewer resources.

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Best Kept Secret in TEM

NetPlus announces it has started educating the market place on new ways of looking at Telecommunications Expense Management (TEM). For over 25 years NetPlus has helped businesses and the federal government manage their telecommunications infrastructure and spending.