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Network Control to Begin AOTMP Efficiency First(R) Vendor Solution Certification Program

Certification of Telecom Vendors Is Key Factor for Enterprises

INDIANAPOLIS, IN--(Marketwired - September 03, 2014) - AOTMP is pleased to announce the participation of Network Control in the Efficiency First® Vendor Solution Certification Program.

During the Efficiency First® Vendor Solution Certification Program, Network Control will align its solution capabilities with the Efficiency First® Framework, a standard for driving technical, financial and operational efficiency across enterprise fixed and mobile telecommunications environments.

Consisting of three stages -- diagnostic, scoring and marketing and promotions, the Efficiency First® Vendor Solution Certification Program will aid Network Control in identifying and closing critical capabilities gaps, while further enhancing the efficiency of its offering. Network Control's participation in the Efficiency First® Vendor Solution Certification Program serves as an outward symbol of its commitment to excellence and desire to provide an unparalleled solution to their clients and the telecom marketplace.

"The Efficiency First® Vendor Solution Certification is designed to separate out the top performers in this industry. Network Control's commitment to utilize the Efficiency First® Framework to benchmark their telecom management services will allow them to assess their capabilities and validate the value they deliver to clients," said AOTMP CEO Tim Lybrook. "AOTMP looks forward to assisting Network Control throughout the process as they strive for Efficiency First® Vendor Solution Certification."

"Network Control is pleased to join AOTMP's Efficiency First® Vendor Solution Certification Program. As an industry veteran with over 30 years in the TEM marketplace we are excited to have AOTMP review our offerings to assure they line up with our customers' needs and expectations," stated Network Control President Mark Hearn. "Through these efforts, this will provide a third party industry source to validate what our clients have known for over 16 years about Network Control -- that we deliver domain expertise, resources, value and cost containment as a complete communications lifecycle offering."

ABOUT AOTMP
AOTMP is an information services company that helps organizations take their fixed and mobile environment to a greater level of performance and helps telecom vendors achieve excellence in creating value for their clients. Using information and analytics to drive efficiencies, performance and productivity, business solutions are based on their patented Efficiency First® Framework.

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ABOUT NETWORK CONTROL
Network Control is a telecommunications management corporation founded in 1998 with a large operations center in Waverly, Iowa. Network Control acts more as an internal telecom team to its clients rather than a third party independent partner. Their fixed fee service offering provides the total communications lifecycle management service from quotes, ordering, contract review and benchmarking; help desk, bill processing, audit and dispute management; reporting and analytics; accounts payable/general ledger interface for all IT services; voice, data, mobility, conferencing and more. Network Control is not a carrier agent, so the company provides 100 percent objective and unbiased guidance to clients. The company's TemNet® tool provides Software as a Service (SaaS) and automated reporting pushed to all end users. Visit network-control.net or contact [email protected] to learn more.

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