CommPartners Gets OSS

CommPartners announced the release of the company's advanced CommPartners Management System (CMS) OSS platform

March 1, 2006

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LAS VEGAS -- CommPartners, an IP-based network operator and telephony services and solutions provider, today announced the release of the company's advanced CommPartners Management System (CMS) OSS platform to deliver real-time rating, billing and provisioning to customers. CommPartners' CMS platform manages all aspects of a customer's business from service delivery to billing for service providers partnering with CommPartners to deliver privately branded VoIP solutions.

CommPartners' proprietary, single-platform approach enables a broad range of services for the company's partners. For example, the system encompasses everything from a branded Web portal to service delivery and the creation of management reports and analyses of end-user activity. For partners, CommPartners' CMS system is able to create a branded electronic monthly bill complete with service descriptions, call detail records and ala carte billing capabilities. "The simple reality for our communications service provider partners is that no matter how good their VoIP service is, if they can't render a detailed, simple bill to their customers, they cannot get traction with their VoIP offering," said Dave Clark, co-founder and chief executive officer of CommPartners. "For many service providers, upgrading billing platforms created specifically for the old world of telecommunications to accommodate VoIP is an enormous task much too complex to pursue; therefore, we have created this back office system as an integral part of CommPartners' complete IP solution."

The CommPartners' CMS platform was developed by one of the company's founding partners and modeled after OSS systems that he developed that are in use today in both the airline industry and telecommunications industry.

"For an IT Integrator, billing for data or hardware is a relatively simple process, but if that integrator were to begin offering VoIP services, it would find the end-user demanding specific details each month of charges for long distance calls, local calls and data services," said Michael Simmons, CEO of ProtoCall, a wholesale customer of CommPartners. "Most system integrators and service providers aren't able to make the transition required by billing for innovative, highly transactional new services, with CommPartners' CMS system, we don't have to."

CommPartners LLC

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