Vero Systems Inc (Booth 501) has signed a new agreement with ITC^DeltaCom Inc. (Booth 304) to implement products and services designed to reduce the costs of providing long-distance services.
Building upon its six-year relationship with the West Point, Ga., telecommunications provider, Vero Systems is implementing AcuRate, a cost-management system that uses a combination of granular cost profiling and sophisticated routing/translations techniques, to reduce the costs of terminating long-distance calls, says David King, president of Vero Solutions, the professional services division of Vero Systems. AcuRate analyzes and recommends the most economic long-distance routing based on margin and quality, among other economic metrics.
Within a year of signing the new contract with ITC^DeltaCom, Vero Systems will have implemented the full Acuité family of automated optimal cost-routing solutions, King says. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed, but Vero Systems CEO Brian Cafferty says the contract is tied to our ability to help them recognize savings. Vero Systems executives say the company offers a variety of commercial arrangements, from straight licensed-based approaches to payment terms whereby Vero Systems is compensated based on the actual savings its tools generate following their implementation.
Vero Systems, of Howell, N.J., claims a telecommunications company can realize 12 percent to 15 percent savings on the cost of delivering long-distance traffic by implementing the OSS providers solutions.