Monday, November 9, 2009

XBlue Networks Call Accounting

Resource Software International Ltd. (RSI), an international developer, manufactuer and distributor of unified communication management solutions, announced today that it has completed interoperability testing with XBLUE Networks 45p and Xplus100 Hybrid Digital telephone systems. RSI successfully tested its multi-platform, browser based SMB call accounting solution - Revolution Web Call Accounting.

All testing was executed by RSI using pre-established, standard test plans specifically designed for interoperability verification with traditional and VOIP telephone systems. Test coverage includes basic communication and functionality between XBLUE Networks telephone systems and Revolution Web Call Accounting.

"This announcement marks another milestone in the evolution of Revolution Web Call Accounting and demonstrates our dedication to ensuring our solutions support all traditional and VOIP telephony platforms. We look forward to providing XBlue Network customers with the very best communication management solutions." said Rito Salomone, President, RSI.

XBLUE Networks specializes in providing hybrid telephone systems to small businesses. The 45p telephone system supports up to 9 telephone lines, 24 digital speaker phones and 4 analog ports. The Xplus100 system supports up to 20 telephone lines, 48 digital speaker phones and 8 analog ports. An 8 port voice mail solution with 6 hours of message storage can be added to both the 45p and Xplus 100 platforms.

About RSI

Founded in 1990, Resource Software International Ltd. is a developer, manufacturer and distributor of leading edge computer telephony management solutions. The company offers a wide range of products including: call accounting, hotel/motel management, switch administration, text messaging, ACD Reporting, CRM integration, soft consoles, internet reporting and management software. RSI has distributors in North America, Europe, Caribbean and Middle East.

Information about RSI, its products and the company's maintenance program can be found on the World Wide Web at