"Any good comparative information in an industry that often prefers to make things complex - especially in relation to pricing - is a good thing," Budde told iTWire in response to a query.
"The underlying reason, of course, is not charity but to try and upsell the NBN to business users. Nothing wrong with that either."
The company announced the solution finder on the same day it launched new wholesale discount bundles over the fixed line broadband access network.
Budde said the NBN Co move on Tuesday was also a sign that the RSPs were failing to serve the business market well, "a complaint that we have heard for decades".
"Businesses require far more complex solutions which need to be integrated with their IT needs. Telcos - especially in the SME market - are not well equipped to service this market in what is a satisfactory way for those businesses.
"They only want to sell their telco products. Let's see if the NBN Co initiative can push the telcos into action on this."
Spokespeople from Optus and Vodafone said they had no comment to offer about the NBN move at this time. iTWire has also sought comment from Telstra.