OcularIP boosts network performance reporting and gives backhaul service providers an edge to win more high-value accounts, improve cash flow, and grow your business.
OcularIP’s white-labeled, customer portal provides a quick and effortless competitive advantage. Watch to learn more.
With OcularIP, reporting is no longer a specialist task. It can be done in minutes.
Easily report on all dimensions of your network performance – even those that are off-net – with unlimited scalability and micro-granularity. OcularIP provides true end-to-end visibility so you can know your service delivery, inside and out, and define SLA terms you’re sure you can meet.
OcularIP is so intuitive that many people don’t require training. (Still, we offer training quarterly – with each new and improved release of OcularIP.)
OcularIP is the only SLA monitoring solution that provides off-net visibility and reporting. See your entire network together – including portions you’re buying – to mitigate issues, cut penalties and optimize performance.
OcularIP optimizes SLA compliance through unique exclusion periods and smart maintenance calculations. Our clients save thousands in backhaul penalties each month. Carriers report a reduction in failure calculations and payouts to Tier1 providers by a ratio of 8 to 1.
Wow potential clients and win new high-value accounts while cutting support costs. Our clients reduce Call Center calls by 17% on average.
With OcularIP, it takes just minutes to turn on a self-service portal for your customers to use. Click on the KPIs and/or graphs you want your customer to see, save, assign, and you’re done. Absolutely that easy.
Private Branding Plus™ enables you to offer a custom private portal with your logos, graphics, colors, custom messaging, and reports.
From inventory management to trouble ticketing systems and more, OcularIP easily integrates with more than 350 technologies. We are always adding new integrations (APIs) and welcome your requests.
Our free software development kit (SDK) will help you set up the integrations and get your systems talking with OcularIP, or you can hire our expert developers to do it for you.
The world’s largest financial content provider trusts OcularIP. We meet the security requirements for all major carriers and enterprise commercial customers, including financial institutions, governments, and healthcare providers.
We also maintain a security program designed to ensure the security and integrity of data, protect against security threats or data breaches, and prevent unauthorized access to the data and environments of our customers.
OcularIP was born in the cloud – there are no servers or equipment to deal with, and it works with your existing systems. You can be up and saving money with OcularIP in just hours.
"Subscribing to OcularIP allowed us to immediately meet the strict reporting requirements of our wireless customers. In addition the auto-discovery and provisioning of our current circuits saved us hours of time allowing 702 Communications to quickly turn up the system and leverage its tracking and reporting capabilities."
- Jim Walters, President and CEO, 702 Communications
"Great Plains selected OcularIP because of its customization flexibility, multi-technology support and compliance capabilities. Great Plains uses different manufacturers in our network infrastructure, we need an equipment agnostic solution for providing our customers SLA assurance."
- Kurt VanHoogstrate, VP of Engineering, Great Plains
"During the entire project we upgraded a total of 92 routers. Through all of those upgrades we never once had to roll back an upgrade due to an issue. Your perseverance in addressing all issues allowed the project to continue to move forward. Another factor in our success was the ability to look forward and identify risks (potential issues) so that we were able to avoid them. LBN’s experience was instrumental in identifying these risks."
- Ron Smith, VP of Sales, Juniper Networks
The following are unique aspects of OcularIP’s ability to track, retain, enhance, and provide the best availability reporting.
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