Bluefish MGMT Becomes New Member of Telecom Expense Management Industry Association
October 22, 2012
By Mandira Srivastava
, TMCnet Contributor
The Telecom Expense Management Industry Association has added a new member in its association. It is none than Bluefish MGMT, a Sprint exclusive partner that designs, deploys and manages wireless mobility programs.
The company has joined TEMIA (News - Alert) to cultivate shared industry knowledge for telecommunications management and telecom expense management.
The Telecom Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA) is considered as the authoritative voice for telecommunications management, telecom expense management (TEM), wireless expense management (WEM) and mobile device management (MDM).
Today, companies are actively looking for help from providers to manage mobile and fixed telecom expenses. They are looking for ways to improve supply chain management for telecom expenses and reduce their costs through optimizing inefficient processes.
What can TEMIA members do for Bluefish? Can it help company to reduce its domestic and international telecom expenses?
Steve Haddock, director at Bluefish MGMT said in statement, “Joining TEMIA is a great opportunity for Bluefish MGMT. TEMIA offers a chance to learn from and work with our peers as we work to identify new ways to solve our customer’s current and future wireless management challenges. I am excited to engage with our fellow TEMIA members and to bring these added benefits to the Bluefish MGMT community.”
Membership in TEMIA can help companies evaluate their telecommunications management. The companies should see its membership as an investment in the future of effective TEM and MMS (Managed Mobility Services) solutions, and a long-term commitment to the market.
“I welcome Bluefish MGMT as a new member,” stated Joe Basili, managing director for TEMIA. “New members bring different experiences and points of view, but they come together with other TEMIA members. This demonstrates the power of collaboration for the betterment of customers to maximize their return on investment in Telecommunications Management, mobility and related communications technologies.”
Edited by Rachel Ramsey