Voice and Telecoms Audit

Telecoms Auditing

Delivering best telecoms value for cost-conscious organisations

Audit Services

When you consult Telcom, the first thing we’ll do is an audit of your existing telecom system. This audit includes:
  1. Assessment of the equipment and services you are currently using.
  2. Assessment of the contractual implications of your existing arrangements.
  3. An in-depth analysis of your usage.

The results from our audit generally yield two key questions:

  1. Is the existing infrastructure adequate for current requirements?
  2. Is the existing infrastructure adequate for future needs?

Our audit report will also recommend solutions to any short-comings identified, together with an implementation road map and details of anticipated savings.

Invoice Verification

In corporations with a large number of telecom invoices going through their system, invoice errors go unnoticed because it "looked like last month's". Our comprehensive 'sanity check' of all telecoms billing covers monthly auditing of all telecom invoices, Red Flag for cost variations and invoice payment approvals.

Identify Unnecessary Circuits

Our audit very often reveals the use of unwarranted or unnecessary circuits, which allows you to discontinue the relevant service and trim your telecoms costs without affecting overall performance.

Automate Internal Costs

Cross-departmental charge-back becomes so much easier when you can identify where the telecoms costs are incurred. Evidence-based billing allows for automated internal cost allocations.

Uncover Fraud and Usage Abuse

It's not openly talked about much but telecoms fraud and usage abuse does exist. We help you to identify it and take steps to stop it in its tracks immediately.

Customise Reports

We can help you to 'slice and dice' your telecoms traffic data in any number of ways, all designed to meet the operational requirements of your business and give you the information you need for better decision-making.


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