IMS Inventory Management Software simplifies the identification of the various network platforms and vendors with a single OSS inventory management system. A central structure leads to one reality and gives users total control. The telecom network planning and inventory program will help the company develop its services by allowing workers to conduct everyday tasks more efficiently and intelligently than ever.
IMSInventory Management Software provides automatic planned work impact analysis, smart sales – near network sales, leasing line management, cost savings via invoice checks, IMS workflow streamlined operations, Management of vendors, KPI tracking, and SLA enhancement.
IMS Pricing is not disclosed by the company. Users can contact the customer service to know about the IMS Pricing plans and can get a competitive quote for their requirements.
IMS Inventory Management Software provides free demo along with free trial for users interested in IMS. The enquiry form is provided on any website for users who are interested in getting a demo. Another option is by sending an email to the company requesting a product demo and a free trial.
Search- Finding an object in IMS is easy and Quick. Users will find the details related to each network object by simply clicking a right mouse button. It provides users with a large set of searchable data.
It allows the user to build and display preconfigured and personalized reports on different screens, making network management easier and simpler. Provides optimized processes with IMS Inventory Management Software workflow.
Automated Planning- Authorize users to create, edit, or delete network items and circuit routes. Enables network providers to plan IMS links and services automatically.
Change Management- Permit planners to plan a network like new cards, new connections, new equipment, etc. It allows users to update existing networks too. Upon successful implementation of the modifications, the object statues can be changed to "In service." The previous configuration will be stored in IMS histories, such as old routing and port data.