Wireless Analytics Joins Telecom Expense Management Industry Association
November 17, 2011
By Anshu Shrivastava
, TMCnet Contributor
Wireless Analytics has said that it has become an official member of the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA), the nation’s largest industry association for the telecom expense management space.
The company provides outsourced mobility management services such as online visibility and reporting, wireless policy development, cost analysis, procurement, complete help desk services, inventory management, and carrier invoice management.
Calling Wireless Analytics one of the pioneers in the industry, Joe Basili, managing director at TEMIA (News - Alert), said that it is a welcome addition to TEMIA group.
TEMIA comprises of 38 member businesses that collectively manage over $36 billion of telecom and data spending for companies around the world. It is the only certifying body in the industry of telecom expense management and wireless mobility management.
The company appreciates TEMIA’s positive work and analysis for the industry and it’s proud to officially join their ranks, said Erik Eames, founder and managing director of Wireless Analytics.
“Wireless Analytics already has strong working relationships with many of TEMIA’s members and we look forward to building these collaborations for the sake of promoting best practices and education for the wireless expense management industry,” Eames.
TEMIA’s aims to raise awareness and knowledge of the values and benefits of telecom expense management (TEM). In addition, it plans to improve the quality of TEM solutions via development and promotion of open industry standards, and also industry knowledge among providers, business partners, telecom service providers and enterprise clients.
“Each new TEMIA member makes us stronger and more relevant as we add firms with corporate headquarters around the globe including Canada, France, Netherlands, the United Kingdom and America,” Basili said.
Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny