The use of telecom expense management (TEM) has become increasingly popular over the past two decades. Organizations are seeing time and time again that managing telecom expenses is a key driver in being able to save thousands of dollars each year. Even a single employee who is abusing telecom practices can cost an organization a substantial amount of money. With TEM, it becomes possible to pinpoint employee abuse of mobile services as well as to identify telecom billing errors.
Quantum is a powerful buzzword these days. Quantum computers have so much hype behind them that marketing teams have started adding the word to ordinary objects in an attempt to make them sound more powerful. Despite the frenzy, there’s a reason for excitement around quantum computers. While they are far from being perfect, they do exist in the world today, and you need to get a grasp on them to stay above water as this technology shatters everything we know about computers.
Valicom takes pride in customer support and satisfaction. We believe in our company, our services, and upholding transparency and compassion to fulfill our customer’s needs. This is the number one reason customers seek our services in transition from previous TEM engagements – they have felt neglected by previous TEM providers and seek further assistance with their TEM solutions.
If your business uses any type of telecommunications to perform its operations, then you likely have a need for telecom expense management (TEM). And the truth is, almost all businesses use telecommunication in at least one form, meaning all of them can benefit from investing in TEM software.
Even though many business owners frown upon having to make yet another investment in another type of technology, when looking over the benefits of TEM software, you will start to see that instead of an investment, it actually proves to be a valuable asset. For now, let's take a look at TEM software and how it proves to a valuable investment.
Valicom named one of the Top 20 Most Promising Technology Solution Providers for Telecom! We’re so excited to be published in CIO Review’s recent issue highlighting the best technology solution providers in the telecom industry.
No matter the industry your business operates in, communication is the soul of your operations. Without effective communication, operational processes become blurred and profit margins decrease. More so, customer satisfaction is hindered and your brand's reputation can easily be tarnished.
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Adapting to new technologies is an essential process for many companies to evolve, but when does it become necessary to implement them? At what point do you know when investing in new parts or processes steps away from an unnecessary expense and becomes a financial asset? This helpful tool for financial leaders will give you the clues to identify opportunities to enhance your company's financial portfolio and performance for a better return on investment. Let's review.
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Telecom expense management (TEM) software is revolutionizing the customer service landscape. Gone are the days of not knowing which employees have access to company mobile devices. And gone are the days of having to spend wasted dollars on unnecessary wireless expenses. Let's take a closer look at how TEM software can improve customer service and other ways it can improve your daily operations.
You already know that managing telecom expenses is crucial to saving money. With a bird's eye view of your telecom expenses, you can easily pinpoint where you are overpaying for services as well as identify where changes need to be made. More importantly, you can see if employees are abusing their telecom privileges.
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The net neutrality debate is not quite finished. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely seen heated discussions regarding how the internet should be regulated and who should be in charge of that regulation.
Since 2015, that job has fallen to the FCC, but they recently changed the rules. Many people wonder why we haven’t seen much change since then. The biggest reason is that the switch hasn’t actually happened yet. Any time an agency like the FCC makes a change to federal rules, Congress gets a chance to intervene. That is what we will be discussing today.
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