16 October 2003 | David Arminas
Telephony company Ocis has launched three new products to provide better information on communications services spend.
The products include LiteNet, which allows clients to view telephone bills via a secure website.
SearchLite sets the parameters of what calls can be made, and includes an automatic e-mail alert when a call is made outside the boundaries.
Fast (financial accountancy software telephony) codes all calls for billing and lets the client view their cost on a daily basis.
James Murphy, chairman and chief executive of Ocis, said all three products can be tailored to a client's software.
The packages have been tested with four blue-chip organisations; Anchor Trust and Housing 21, two of the UK's largest housing associations; cargo handler ServiceAir; and the RAC.
The Major Energy Users' Council has signed a deal with Ocis giving its members a framework agreement for the products.