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Spectrum Releases TrueVue v4.0

Spectrum Inc., a national telecom lifecycle management (TLM) company, unveiled the latest chronicle of its award-winning B2B software, TrueVue. Version 4.0 was released today and includes a multitude of enhancements that are engineered to improve the end users' functionality when managing wireless and wireline services

CINCINNATI, April 27. Spectrum Inc., a national telecom lifecycle management (TLM) company, unveiled the latest chronicle of its award-winning B2B software, TrueVue. Version 4.0 was released today and includes a multitude of enhancements that are engineered to improve the end users' functionality when managing wireless and wireline services.

"We have compiled a generous amount of constructive feedback from our clients and business partners, and believe these latest enhancements will improve the overall user experience by integrating several key components within the telecom lifecycle," said Troy McCracken, Spectrum's Chief Executive Officer. Spectrum specializes in telecom lifecycle management (TLM) and provides its customers with a simplified, yet comprehensive, enterprise solution that includes telecom expense management (TEM), managed mobility, and voice and data management.

"Our unwavering commitment to customer service has allowed us to be proactive in the development of our application, thereby keeping us balanced when confronting the challenges of TEM on behalf of our clients and permitting us to expand our SaaS capabilities," added Trent McCracken, Spectrum's President. Spectrum will be exhibiting the advanced functionalities of TrueVue v4.0 at the Channel Partners Conference and Expo in Washington D.C. from September 20-22.

Please visit here http://www.3spectrum.com/demo to schedule a demonstration, or to gain more information on how Spectrum's enterprise business solution can help optimize your telecom expenditures.

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