WinTariff is the software to account for your PBX calls. It's been used successfully for seven years. WinTariff allows you to record and process calls in the future. The results can be used:
to compare the telephone bills of a city telephone exchange;
to analyze your station's workload;
to separate the invoices for negotiations between different organizations using the same station;
to bill hotel customers for the phone.
You also have the ability to edit and add new international codes. WinTariff allows you to use different tariffs to calculate the cost (this is necessary, for example, if your company uses the services of several telephone companies). You can easily change the format of the final report to suit your requirements (e.g. insert your company logo). The most frequently performed operations can be saved and further called with a single key. That's what makes WinTariff so easy to use. WinTariff can be configured to work in a local network - you can place one computer near the office station and use it only to record information, and you can process data at the workplace. WinTariff can be used to simultaneously record data from multiple office stations.
WinTariff consists of two main parts: the PbxCollect.EXE writing module and the Tariff32.EXE processing module. You can install them on different computers, so we describe the data separately for each computer. PbxCollect.EXE is a small module (400 Kb) designed to record data from the PBX. This module must be permanently stored in the machine's memory. The computer with 386 processor is quite suitable for PbxCollect.EXE module operation. WinTariff's distribution also includes the PbxCollect_NTservice.exe write module for Windows NT/2000/XP and similar modules for Linux and FreeBSD. These modules allow you to run the recording part of the program as a service.