“We are honored to support local organizations such as KidsAbility and to give back to the community that has been our home for the past 15 years”, said Flavio Gomes, CEO at LogiSense. “It is through the support of our family and friends that have given us this opportunity to service a global client based of Unified Communication Service Providers with the most sought after usage rating and billing platform”.
The event included a silent auction, ping pong tournament and personal donations in support of KidsAbility, proudly founded and supported by local Rotarians since 1957. KidsAbility™ is the recognized leader in Waterloo Region and Guelph-Wellington for empowering children and youth with a wide range of complex special needs to realize their full potential.
Special thanks to: Chad Dance (MP Gary Goodyear Office), Heather Curran (KidsAbility) Nate McCarthy (KidsAbility Ambassador) and his father Justin McCarthy, Scott Bridger (Chamber of Commerce), Jan Liggett and Nicholas Ermeta (City of Cambridge- City Counsellor) and to all our family, friends and clients who have supported us throughout the years.
LogiSense provides licensed and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) usage rating, mediation and billing solutions for machine-to-machine (M2M), telecommunications, unified communications and enterprise service providers. LogiSense’s carrier-grade solutions are built on its proprietary, real-time usage rating and billing platform, EngageIP. LogiSense designed EngageIP from the ground-up to be service, medium and provider agnostic, allowing it to grow with customers as they evolve their business operations and end user offerings. EngageIP provides the flexibility and scalability to address the service, billing and back-office realities facing today’s rapidly-evolving communications service providers. Founded in 1998, LogiSense currently serves more than 40 customers in six countries.
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