KMC Telecom launches ASP services in Chattanooga

Jan. 8, 2001
KMC Telecom, a fiber-based integrated communications provider, announced it is entering the Application Service Provider (ASP) arena in Chattanooga, offering network-hosted business application services.

KMC Telecom, a fiber-based integrated communications provider, announced it is entering the Application Service Provider (ASP) arena in Chattanooga, offering network-hosted business application services, such as Microsoft Office, Microsoft Exchange, QuickBooks, and Great Plains Software, to small, medium and large Chattanooga businesses and organizations.

The new KMC Application Services offering can benefit a Chattanooga business using popular business software for applications such as office productivity, messaging, calendar/scheduling, customer relationship management and accounting. KMC also provides special applications over its optical network geared toward the unique needs of accounting firms and medical practices.

By offering these applications over its high-speed network, KMC Telecom frees businesses and organizations from purchasing, maintaining and upgrading software and hardware. ASP customers need only subscribe to the offerings they want, and KMC provides the required infrastructure and network connections. Using private data lines, companies may now access their software applications through KMC.

With its new ASP offering, KMC hosts software applications for customers on dedicated servers, which customers access over private data lines. Because the applications are hosted and maintained offsite, customers are not faced with managing software on their own, or required to act as their own network/software engineers to support these applications for their end users.

KMC Telecom Application Services are available immediately throughout Chattanooga.

About KMC Telecom

KMC Telecom is a fiber-based integrated communications provider offering data, voice and Internet infrastructure services to businesses, government and institutional end-users, Internet service providers, long distance carriers and wireless service providers.

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