The one thing we’ve all been able to learn since the dawn of the internet is that change will remain fast where technology is concerned. Everyone is looking at hot new trends and what to expect for the rest of the year. There’s no reason to exclude enterprise security from the list.
Redundant lines, carrier overcharges and a myriad of other issues crop up in the course of managing a company's telecom costs. It's one area where there's always money that can be saved if you have the time and manpower to track it down. Many companies don't. Here are a few big-ticket items to keep an eye on if you want to save money, and it won't take you months to realize savings.
The internet is a global network that provides communication and information options for users. It is made up of interconnected networks that share a set of standard protocols.
Telecommunication (telecom) involves the exchange of information, such as voice, video and data, using electronic devices. It's a wide term that encompasses many technologies like wireless and wired phones, fiber optics, radio, TV, the internet and other means of transmitted communication.
Managing your telecom expenses gives you a clear picture of your voice and data consumption, which is essential to your business operations. With the right expense management system in place, you can gain enhanced control of your communications budget and wasting resources will become a thing of the past.
Telecom expense management (TEM) is a highly-sought-after solution that helps businesses pinpoint their overspending patterns and create both long- and short-term savings. Even though operating a TEM solution in-house is often of the utmost value, a cloud-based TEM solution brings more value to the table.
Many providers are very concerned about being small scale. As a result, most of them bottle up their potential. Upcoming providers should keep In mind that their small size comes with many benefits as well as disadvantages. Small vendors should appreciate and celebrate their size as it’s the first step towards achieving great success in their messaging and sales process.
It’s therefore important to understand that size is relative. If you consider yourself as a smaller provider in Telecom Expense Management, (or if you’re perceived to be one), it will be determined by who it is you compete with. This article highlights the benefits of working with emerging providers as compared to larger competitors.
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.
It has been 17 years since Valicom distributed its first client satisfaction survey. Since then, Valicom has pulled all response feedback and applied the comments and recommendations into Valicom’s products and services...
Organizations spend $1.5 trillion dollars each year, globally, on fixed and mobile telecom services. This spend represented 15% of global IT spend at 2016’s year-end and is only expected to grow.
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.
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."
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.
Bills can uncover a lot about what services you use and how much each costs. Businesses often look to lower their overall payments, but as telecom setups become more complex, it can be difficult to accomplish. There are three IT expenses that are burning holes in your pockets which can impact organizations.
Implementing a Telecom Expense Management (TEM) solution is guaranteed to uncover savings from billing errors, contract negotiations and potential refunds, however, there are many other avenues of ROI that are often overlooked.
Organizations are operating in drastically different ways than they did a decade ago. The integration of mobile devices into everyday workflows has impacted everyday business opportunities. As such, employees must be provided with a tool that supports mobile assistance and enablement.
The expectation to cut costs and track payments can put major pressure on management to perform. If managers, directors, CFO's and COO's are still using manual methods like spreadsheets, they're likely to make a critical error, throwing off budgets. Managers can expand their capabilities and do so much more with expense management solutions.