Asentinel Forms Industry-Changing Partnership with CA; First Integration of Telecom Expense Management and Enterprise Infrastructure Management Planned.MEMPHIS Memphis, city, ancient Egypt
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The integration of Asentinel's TEM software with CA's Unicenter Asset Portfolio Management Solution is a significant move because it connects emerging technology with a major enterprise infrastructure management solution, as many TEM industry analysts have recommended. Asentinel is demonstrating the integrated solution this week during CA World at the Venetian Las Vegas Las Vegas (läs vā`gəs), city (1990 pop. 258,295), seat of Clark co., S Nev.; inc. 1911. It is the largest city in Nevada and the center of one of the fastest-growing urban areas in the United States. and The Sands Expo The Sands Expo and Convention Center, at 1.2 million square feet (110,000 m²), is the second largest convention center in the Las Vegas, Nevada area. It opened in 1990 across the street from the original Sands Hotel. and Convention Center.
"Telecom is among the top five expenses for a corporation. Yet most companies are burdened with a time-consuming manual system for handling the thousands of invoices received from many different carriers each month," says David C. Perdue Perdue may refer to:
Industry research indicates 80 percent of invoices overcharge anywhere from 7 percent to 12 percent. The average Fortune 500 company spends $116 million on telecom per year. Asentinel reconciles the errors, delivers significant savings and provides an expedient ex·pe·di·ent
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b. return on investment using just the Web-based software's basic functionality.
"A company loses more than money with manual processing. It loses time, resources, and even possibly strategic advantage in the marketplace," says Perdue.
Connecting Asentinel with CA's Unicenter Asset Portfolio Management Solution further enhances the software's advanced features. Centralized cen·tral·ize
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"Asentinel's functionality is much more sophisticated than merely an invoice processing system," says Perdue. "The data the software provides allows IT to negotiate more effectively, analyze inventory, control usage, justify product expenditures, optimize processes, change unwanted behavior, track workflow and other critical telecom management functions."
Many analysts indicate that large companies using bill auditing services or telecom outsourcing are not solving the underlying problem. Auditing firms provide a service to reconcile the invoices one time and return the savings. The problem that caused the error is never corrected.
"Asentinel provides immediate savings, permanent in-house control and ongoing visibility of telecom assets," says Perdue. "And we appreciate the fact that our technology has received a vote of confidence from CA. The TEM industry it still young and needs the kind of support this partnership establishes," says Perdue.
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"We feel that Asentinel is an innovative management tool for enterprise organizations and is a strong complement to the CA suite of IT Asset Management solutions," says Allan Andersen, Director of Product Management in CA's Business Service Optimization Business Unit. "It aligns well with our strategy to help companies control technology spending while supporting the needs of the business."
CA solutions help manage the infrastructures of more than 95 percent of the Fortune 500 companies and more than 80 percent of the Global 1000, as well as government organizations and hundreds of other companies in diverse industries worldwide.
Asentinel's Web-based software has more than 50 cumulative years of development behind it. After nearly tripling its sales in 2004, Asentinel continues to grow its list of Fortune 1000 companies and government entities that realize the power of automated telecom expense management. For more information, visit Asentinel at www.asentinel.com.