October 17, 2011, Phoenix, Arizona, BroadSoft Connections 2011, , LogiSense (www.logisense.com), a leading provider of IP billing & OSS solutions, today announced that it has been selected by Momentum, a leading provider of cloud-based communications solutions, as its new billing provider. Momentum selected LogiSense because of its proven track record of successful deployments and cost-effective IP billing solution.

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Across the board, today’s Telephony service providers face more challenges than ever before. For converged IP and related offerings, such as hosted VoIP, video, IPTV, cable, ISP, etc., selecting the correct partner for billing & OSS is critical and should provide the differentiation needed to … [read more]

LogiSense (www.logisense.com), a global provider of IP billing and OSS software, today reported results from its successful deployment with Apogee. Headquartered in Austin, TX, Apogee is the largest provider of on-campus residential networks (ResNet) for institutes of higher education, and is widely recognized as the industry’s pioneer.

Apogee’s custom solutions enhance the network infrastructure of colleges and universities to better manage… more



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Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003 R2 x64 editions, Windows Server 2003 x64 editions, Windows Server 2008 Datacenter, Windows Server 2008 Enterprise, Windows Server 2008 Standard, Windows Vista 64-bit Editions Service Pack 1, Windows Vista Enterprise 64-bit edition, Windows Vista Home Basic 64-bit edition, Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit edition, Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit edition

If you are running these versions of MSSQL,  LogiSense highly recommends reviewing the resolution here and getting the appropriate servers updated to minimize any performance implications.

Interview with Rich Kozub, Director of Client Services at LogiSense

Providing software in a fast-paced and dynamic environment is no small task. Further, ensuring top-tier support to a diverse client base is challenging, even for the largest of software vendors. LogiSense  (www.logisense.com) provides IP Billing software to a diverse client base operating in the Telecommunications Satellite and Wireless space. We recently sat down with Rich Kozub, Director of Customer Service at LogiSense…

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Ontario, CA (June 14, 2011) – LogiSense (www.logisense.com), a global provider of IP billing and OSS software and professional services, today reported its successful deployment with ESCO Technologies LLC (ESCO).

ESCO, a pioneer in healthcare communication solutions, is the developer of CareConnect™, America’s leading managed telecommunications service for senior housing communities. CareConnect communities enjoy the benefits of advanced technologies such as resident and business digital/IP-based telephone systems, state-of-the-art patient emergency response systems, wander management technology, enhanced satellite television services, high-speed internet service and wireless locator systems.

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Headquartered in the United Kingdom, Vibe is a wholesale operator that provides a comprehensive, managed suite of converged IP voice, data and network services. Through working with LogiSense, Vibe, which currently utilizes the BroadSoft M6 platform, empowers its customers with a single solution for the multiple touch points of IP service delivery including billing, OSS, customer care, telecom rating and service provisioning.

“We selected LogiSense for its proven track record of successful, timely deployments across the communications landscape with a myriad of traditional next-generation platforms, including both BroadWorks and M6 from BroadSoft,” said Darren Cubit, managing director, Vibe Communications. “We needed to partner with a company that supports both the M6 and BroadWorks platforms. When we make the business decision to migrate, we know LogiSense has the ability to walk us down that path.”

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The CRTC (Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission) gave the green light for network operators to implement usage-based billing to their wholesale customers. With the ruling, operators can charge wholesale service providers a flat monthly fee to connect to the network as well as a defined monthly usage limit for each customer the wholesale provider has.

Read more here: http://www.logisense.com/pr/CRTC-Ruling-LogiSense.html

The CRTC (Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission) gave the green light for network operators to implement usage-based billing to their wholesale customers. With the ruling, operators can charge wholesale service providers a flat monthly fee to connect to the network as well as a defined monthly usage limit for each customer the wholesale provider has.

The ruling is not expected to have dramatic effects on customers who currently subscribe to the major network operators directly – these providers already offer packages that offer combination flat rate and usage based options.

“This is going to pose some large challenges for wholesale providers,” said Marty Lachance, Director of Marketing for LogiSense Corporation. “This was their competitive advantage in the IP world. The ability to market and offer all-you-can-eat services was really only available through those channels.”

Wholesale customers who signed up prior to February 1, 2007 will still be able to offer ‘grandfathered’ usage plans, but Operators such as Bell has been granted the right to raise rates on these grandfathered plans.

“This is likely the end for unlimited use in Canada. Operators and customers are both now realizing that there is less need to deliver and charge traditional telephone, television and internet. This is due to the fact that they very soon will share the same delivery method. Traditional telephony and television are gradually moving into their new digs – the internet. In this digital age, Gigabytes are the new opiate,” added Lachance.

While billing for disparate services may be a thing of past, the need to differentiate and bill for IP-traffic usage will become the new standard.

“Being able to track, report and bill for voice, video and data opens the door for providers to market creative and fair price structures for a variety of user types. Billing appropriately for network access and usage is important, analyzing this data to make informed decisions – both for the company and customer is critical,” said Lachance.

The LogiSense EngageIP software mediates and bills usage for telephony, voice, video or any other IP-based consumption. Using sophisticated reporting methods, EngageIP is able to make decisions for implementing fair access policy. With the software, operators are able to lower costs as well and protect their technology investments – all while ensuring fair access and reliable service.

Flavio Gomes, CEO of Cambridge, Ont.-based LogiSense Corp., believes that this year telephone, cable and Internet providers will increasingly try to apply granular controls over their networks to charge for content where they can.

In Canada and elsewhere, “the plumbing wars are over,” he said, referring to the race to build faster wired and wireless infrastructure. Instead, using technology like deep packet inspection, providers will focus more on seeking new ways to monetize the networks.

Read more here: http://www.itworldcanada.com/news/isps-to-focus-on-charging-for-content-predicts-vendor/142269