TEMIA is a company who informs companies why telecom expense management is such a valuable service. TEMIA has been around since 2006; and Valicom is a proud partner of this not-for-profit organization. They have blogs and case studies that are informative, giving you the information you need to understand the world of telecom expense management.
If you are considering TEM, or if you already have an outsourced TEM provider, TEMIA is a great resource to update you on the latest and greatest. Every company wants to save money; and learning about TEM is a step toward doing so. As we move forward into 2017, TEM is expected to be implemented by more and more companies.
In a blog post created by TEMIA’s they explain 8 reasons why IT system integrators and telecom agents need telecom Expense management. The blog talks about “network related expenses” being one top items on the profit and loss statement. This is only one factor to why telecom expenses are not something to be ignored. Telecom devices are a huge part of a business’s communication system and these expenses are unavoidable. The sooner company’s accept that in order to save money they need to confront the dirty task of telecom expense management the better. There are several ways companies choose to tackle their telecom expenses. The easiest and most efficient way to do so is outsourcing TEM.
By outsourcing TEM, companies are guaranteed a trusted team who will apply their expertise to saving them time and money. The entire TEM process takes time that in-house employees don’t have unless you have a team that is specifically dedicated to telecom expense management, which cost money as well. Discover the 8 reasons TEMIA believes outsourcing telecom expense management is the best option.
About the Author: Jeff Poirior
Jeff brings 25 years of telecommunications and information technology management experience in voice and data networking, server support, and telephony and security; with a significant emphasis on customer service. Prior to joining Valicom, he was chief of the infrastructure support section for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Jeff was the vice president of operations for CC&N, overseeing telecommunications, help desk, data and desk side support services. Prior to that, he served as the associate director of technical resources for Covance, responsible for managing systems and network operations supporting 1700 users in Wisconsin and Virginia. He has also led data center operations at Magnetek Electric, supporting mainframe systems, client/server applications, telephony systems, and computer-aided design. Jeff holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Cardinal Stritch University and a master’s degree in business administration from University of Phoenix. In addition, Jeff is a past board member of the Wisconsin Telecommunication Association.