Every manager understands how important budgeting and spend tracking is to organize business initiatives – primarily procurement departments across the globe. Spend analytics is indispensable to procurement divisions in order to assist strategic planning and assessing total expenditure on products and administration.
If you are tired of the same-old process and are seeking ways to improve them – look no further than the following five steps to breathe new life into your IT expense management strategy and protect yourself from hidden fees.
Partners, consultants, and master agents regularly look to grow their existing book of business. If you currently provide IT consulting services including IT assessments, IT leadership development, strategic initiatives, IT project planning, or other IT-focused support, you may be researching to see if TEM is right for you. This blog highlights the qualifications, fears, preparation, and expectations involved in expanding services to include TEM.
Handling and managing your IT assets is a critical part of maintaining your infrastructure and provisioning costs appropriately across your organization. However, there are a number of IT asset management challenges that organizations can run into as they scale and evolve.
With hundreds of telecom expense management software and service solutions, how can you tell which option is the best one for you? Here are six things to look for in a TEM provider to make sure you receive the best service possible with a reliable software solution.
Keeping up with all of the equipment and software within your IT infrastructure can be a challenge for any business. Let's take a quick look at some tips to help you build an effective IT asset management plan.
TEM has been reaching new heights within the last few years, leveraging exposure to industries that were once unfamiliar to what telecom expense management is. Food and beverage companies are one of these industries. IT expense management for food and beverage companies is becoming a critical piece of the IT puzzle when the objective is to get the highest return on investment.
As business continues to require more and more mobile devices, it is more critical than ever to manage these devices and expenses. Not only does mobile expense management keep an eye on your IT assets, but it also can reveal some extreme savings built up through hidden fees, overused data and underused (or never used) devices.
Most recently, our developers have been working long hours to add the latest addition to Clearview. After much deliberation, planning, and testing, we are excited to announce the newest release of our TEM software, a new task management tool.
Organizations receive a wide variety of bills each month from a number of different service providers. It's important for businesses to not only pay on time, but to also actively monitor their available resources accurately. Bill payment solutions have emerged as a possible answer to these issues. Let's take a quick look at the pros and cons of bill payment solutions...
Need help convincing your executive team that TEM is worth while? It should be as simple as stating - "With TEM, we will actually be saving money, not spending it."
Approving invoices manually includes hidden costs and room for errors. An invoice approval tool can maximize savings and free up time for more important tasks!
Under traditional telecom setups, landlines cost a flat fee per user, and features were typically confined to options like caller ID and voicemail. Smartphones have significantly changed the landscape for telecom spending within a business. Whether organizations supply the hardware or have a bring-your-own-device policy, data usage can quickly get out of hand, piling up costs. Here are three tips you can follow to regain control over telecom usage and management.
WHAT IS IT ASSET MANAGEMENT? IT Asset Management begins with a central repository for your IT inventory.
Up until recently, large TEM vendors provided services only to companies over a certain telecom spend. Where this differentiated them competitively with the ability to manage many enterprise clients simultaneously, medium-sized businesses were turned away and smaller businesses were completely ignored.