Global Provider of Services to Financial Markets Chooses VistaInsight for Networks to Streamline Processes and Enhance Customer Reporting
Paris, France, and Herndon, VA – January 27, 2009 – InfoVista, the global leader of IP and RF planning, assurance and optimization software solutions, today announced Transaction Network Services (TNS) (NYSE:TNS) has chosen VistaInsight for Networks to take the company’s financial services’ network performance and customer reporting capabilities to the next level.
TNS’ financial services division selected InfoVista’s software to provide a single platform for streamlining its network management activities to proactively ensure reliable network performance and the successful delivery and reporting of applications and services to its end users. Additionally, implementing VistaInsight for Networks is making it possible for the division to tailor its reporting to the unique needs of each client.
“InfoVista’s software is designed with the rich content necessary to deliver the flexibility and agility needed to respond rapidly when it comes to network performance,” said Richard Martin, chief information officer for TNS. “The ability to produce reports that fit our specific requirements, architecture, and service level agreement plays a key role in the service we deliver to clients.”
“Providing TNS with a solution for handling complex reporting requirements that fully support its financial services customers’ service level guarantees is very satisfying,” said Pete Shah, seniorvice president, Americas & Asia-Pacific Operations, InfoVista. “We are very proud to be working with such a customer-centric company and look forward to our ongoing partnership with them.”
About Transaction Network Services
Transaction Network Services (TNS) is an international data communications company that enables payments, money and voices to move around the world. TNS’ mission is to enable the world to transact. It does this through a broad range of networking, communications and value added services, which it provides to many of the world’s leading retailers, banks/processors, telecommunications companies and financial markets. Since its inception in 1990, TNS has designed and implemented multiple data networks, each designed specifically for the transport of transaction-oriented data. TNS' networks support a variety of widely accepted communications protocols and are designed to be scalable and accessible by multiple methods. Today, TNS has offices throughout the world serving customers in 28 countries with the ability to provide services in other countries. For further information about TNS, visit www.tnsi.com.