Digital Fairway will change its name to Commsolv Corp., which the company believes more accurately reflects its focus on delivering on-demand communications management software to enterprises and service providers.
“Enterprises especially are more concerned than ever about telecom cost containment and our tried and tested solution delivers unprecedented cost savings to our client’s businesses,” said Dennis dos Santos, chief executive officer of the Toronto company. “We look forward to continue playing a key role in Fortune 2000 companies looking for ways to modernize their communications management processes.”
Its main product, Communications Asset Management, has been available as an on-premise application. However Commsolve wants to emphasize the software-as-a-service version.
The platform delivers automation for the entire communications lifecycle, including sourcing, procurement, auditing, provisioning and inventory management of WAN, Voice and Internet circuits, services and equipment. Pricing starts at less than $2,000 a month for a single user license.
With a scalable pricing model starting at less than $2000 per month for a single user license, Commsolv has made best of breed Communications Asset Management available to companies of all sizes.