|By Marketwired .||
|May 5, 2014 10:37 AM EDT||
SAN RAMON, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/05/14 -- vCom Solutions, a leading provider of telecommunications management, recently signed six new clients in the financial services and healthcare industries including Baylake Bank, KleinBank, and Bank SNB. These companies have selected vCom Solutions for its professional services and leading cloud-based software platform which rated 100% customer satisfaction among its existing client base.
These clients join almost 300 companies who have engaged vCom to address the challenges of managing their telecommunications estate including voice and data, and for wireline and mobile services. vCom enables clients to streamline their operations, increase efficiency and productivity in their teams, and ultimately reduce costs.
Baylake Bank is a Wisconsin-based full-service financial institution that provides professional guidance and money management tools for individuals and businesses.
KleinBank is a Minnesota-based bank which operates 23 bank branches; it is the largest family-owned state bank in Minnesota with assets over $1.4 billion.
Bank SNB is the result of consolidation of Stillwater National Bank and Bank of Kansas under one national charter. With the banks becoming one brand, Bank SNB, Southwest offers its customers greater banking convenience across its three-state region.
About vCom Solutions
vCom Solutions revolutionizes the way enterprises manage their entire telecom lifecycle. vCom customers gain control over inventory, expenses and carrier relationships, achieving better business intelligence that drives profitability. vCom's Telecom Management as a Service (TMaaS) solution includes a suite of cloud-based telecom management software tools, complemented by a full portfolio of professional services.
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