AOTMP to Help Companies Make Informed Decisions on How to Best Manage Telecom Spend
June 20, 2013
By Mandira Srivastava
, TMCnet Contributor
AOTMP, a provider of solutions that help drive efficiency and performance into enterprise fixed and mobile telecom environments, recently announced MOBI Wireless Management’s participation in the Efficiency FirstSolution Certification Program, a standard for driving technical, financial and operational efficiency across enterprise fixed and mobile telecommunications environments.
This new initiative will help companies to make informed decisions about how best to manage their telecom spend by providing them with independently calibrated benchmarks to judge the robustness, efficiency, security, risk and compliance of potential TEM vendors.
During the Efficiency First Solution Certification Program, MOBI Wireless Management will align its solution capabilities with the Efficiency First Framework, a standard for driving technical, financial and operational efficiency across enterprise fixed and mobile telecommunications environments.
“We are very pleased to be collaborating with AOTMP on the Efficiency First Program. The TEM market has seen marked changes over the last twelve months, with significant blurring of the lines delineating full TEM solutions from offerings from other vendors: the benchmarking and scoring process which forms a key component of the program will form a valuable guideline for customers seeking to distinguish between the different providers,” Ben Mendoza (News - Alert), MDSL founder and CEO, said in a statement. “In an arena where service delivery can sometimes become a forgotten promise, we are keen to be scrutinized as rigorously as possible, because our record on service and customer satisfaction is second to none. Our clients allocate significant time and funding to the implementation of TEM services and they need to be able to demonstrate that MDSL’s (News - Alert) solutions provide them with efficiency savings and reporting clarity that they will not find anywhere else.”
Timothy C. Colwell, SVP of Global Information (News
) Management, AOTMP, added, “We are delighted to have MDSL taking part in this program.”
Edited by Rachel Ramsey