Cost control billing SMDR CDR pabx
PbxTools PhoneJournal was desiged to comply with the most required features reported by our customers.
The port monitor is running in the background and collects incoming and outgoing call data.
The tariff editor helps you keep your tariff offer up-to-date. Its complex interface can help you define not only peak/off-peak times, but also holiday or weekend special tariffs for as many zones as you need to define.
The contact editor helps you keep your contacts up-to-date. In reports, contact names are shown next to assigned phone numbers.
Customized HTML reportsshow you who uses your telecom money.
User-defined contacts and extensions help you identify phone numbers. You can use PbxTools PhoneJournal as a phone book too. A smart phone book, as it also assigns names to your PBX extensions. Now you know, it was John, not 135, that made the call.
In this page you can see sample HTML reports generated by PbxTools PhoneJournal. Using the program, you have access to a even wider variety of reports to help you keep your phone bill as small as possible.
Most expensive calls
This report shows the outgoing calls with the bigger costs (such as long-distance or long-duration calls). See example
External line report
This report shows the total duration, the number of calls and total cost for every external line of your PBX. See example
Costs by destination operator
This report shows the total duration, the number of calls and total cost for each phone network. This is usefull when your plan has different tariffs for other operators (such as mobile). See example
Costs by extension
This report shows the total duration, the number of calls and total cost for each extension. See example
Costs by department
This report shows the total duration, the number of calls and total cost for each department. You can define the extensions assigned to every department and change this information when needed.See example
Costs by account code
You can see the total duration, the number of calls and total cost for every account code. Note: your PBX has to support account codes. See example
Costs by zone
PbxTools PhoneJournal can generate a report by destination zone. A zone can be a country, a state or other phone operators. See example
The program can generate a call list. You can select what information to show in the report, choose the sort order and filter records by several criterias. See example
Cutting phone bills using call accounting software
In 2006, We've made a survey with 100 companies that implemented a call accounting sofware and we compared the phone bills before and after installing this solution.
30% off Whether your PBX supports or not account codes, you can monitor any extension and know who where is calling. It is the psychological factor that makes us believe when our clients reported up to 30% less money spent on phone calls.
Secure data Nobody can access the program's database without a valid user & password. That means you have full control on data.
Easy to use PbxTools PhoneJournal works on a computer running Windows TM and can monitor your incoming and outgoing calls 24 hours a day.
Affordable requirements. When you install PbxTools PhoneJournal on a computer, it does not mean you cannot use that computer for other office jobs. The port monitor is running in system tray and keeps tracks of your calls.
Hardware requirements of PhoneJournal are as low as posible. Below are listed the minimum and recomended requirements for running our product.
To run PbxTools PhoneJournal properly you need an IBM-PC compatible computer with the following configuration:
100 Mhz Intel Pentium or better processor
32 or more MB RAM
20 MB free disk space
A free serial (COM) port
A serial cable to connect the PBX to your computer.
Supported PBX / PABX units
Our software was developed to run on almost every type of PBX unit. So if your PBX suports SMDR (Station Message Detail Recording) or CDR (Call Data Recording) you'll be able to use our program.
At this moment our program was tested and it's working with the following PBX units:
Alcatel 4200 E
Alcatel OmniPCX Enterprise (OXE)
Alcatel OmniPCX Office (OXO)
BBS Telecom IPS 308
BBS Telecom IPS 416
Ericsson BP 250
Nortel BCM 25
Nortel BCM 50
Panasonic KX-TD and KX-TA Series
Siemens Eurosetline 48i
Siemens Hicom 100 Series
Siemens Hicom 150
Siemens Hicom 150 H
Siemens Hicom 150 H OfficeCom
Siemens Hicom 150 H OfficePoint
Siemens Hicom 150 H OfficePro
Siemens Hicom 150E
Siemens Hipath 1100
Siemens Hipath 1100 Series
Siemens Hipath 1120
Siemens Hipath 1150
Siemens Hipath 1190
Siemens Hipath 1220
Siemens Hipath 3000
Siemens Hipath 3000 Series
Siemens Hipath 3350
Siemens Hipath 3500
Siemens Hipath 3750
Tadiran Telecom Coral Flexicom
Uniphone ISDK Series
Vodavi Infinite DVX Plus XTS
New Pbx Models waiting for confirmation
Panasonic KX-TDA 15
Panasonic KX-TDA 30
If your PBX unit is not listed here you can send us a sample of the data sent by the PBX captured with our software. We'll add support for you unit in 24 hours or less (Free Service). Use contact form to send us the data.
PbxTools PhoneJournal can run on any of the following operating systems:
Windows 95 OSR2
Windows 98 (SE)
Windows NT 4.0 SP3
Windows 2000 (Professional/Server)
Windows XP (Professional/Home)
To use PbxTools PhoneJournal with full options you also need to have the following software installed on your system:
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or newer
Microsoft Data Access Components 2.7 or newer
Microsoft Jet Engine 4.0 SP3 or newer