Globys launches split-billing solution to separate business, personal phone use


Globys said it has launched Globys SplitView, an online application that allows businesses to separate their employees’ business calls from personal calls and invoice them accordingly. The tool could help wireless operators increase revenues because businesses would be more willing to let employees use business phones if they could separate and invoice personal calls.
“Through user-defined cost rules assigned at the organization, department, or individual level and based on any combination of time, location, usage type, and phone numbers, Globys SplitView enables employers to easily, and accurately, manage the usage of all of their employees. For example, with just a few clicks, a telecom manager can define the cost rules for the account management team. The manager may define personal charges as any data charges in excess of $20 per month, contact to anyone outside of client and corporate directories, and any weekend use. The solution’s automated technology then applies the cost rules each month and invoices are divided and distributed according to corporate and personal liabilities,” according to the company.
Globys SplitView features advanced capabilities in reporting, cost allocation and communications, integrating e-mail and SMS message systems as well as in-app communications to alert users of actions.

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Tracy Ford

Former Associate Publisher and Executive Editor, RCR Wireless News
Currently HetNet Forum Director
Ford has spent more than two decades covering the rapidly changing wireless industry, tracking its changes as it grew from a voice-centric marketplace to the dynamic data-intensive industry it is today. She started her technology journalism career at RCR Wireless News, and has held a number of titles there, including associate publisher and executive editor. She is a winner of the American Society of Business Publication Editors Silver Award, for both trade show and government coverage. A graduate of the Minnesota State University-Moorhead, Ford holds a B.S. degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis on public relations.