TriCore Reference Laboratories Selects Renodis Telecom Expense Management Solution
August 06, 2013
By Rajani Baburajan
, TMCnet Contributor
Renodis, a provider of telecom expense management solutions, was recently selected to manage TriCore Reference Laboratories’ telecom environment, including the wireline and mobility businesses.
A dedicated TEM platform can do a lot more than just show how much is being spent on telecommunications and mobile devices -- it can also offer strategies on how to use telecom most effectively, saving both time and money.
The partnership will relieve TriCore from the day-to-day tactical activities of telecom, said David Jenkins, TriCore’s chief information officer.
"Telecom expense management is helpful but it only solves part of the problem,” Jenkins said. “With Renodis we’ll be able to optimize the financial aspects of our telecom environment while freeing our IT staff to focus on the true essence of our business."
Renodis Turnkey Telecom Management is a perfect fit for any business that is looking to focus IT efforts on strategic business initiatives instead of using valuable resources on the tactical aspects of telecom, according to company officials.
The alliance also benefits Renodis as it provides the TEM provider with an opportunity to support an area of medicine that is fast growing, says Praba Manivasager, Renodis’ chief operating officer.
"By partnering with us, TriCore gains world-class management of its telecom ecosystem plus the ability to devote additional resources to its core business initiatives," Manivasager added.
Renodis Turnkey Telecom Management is designed to manage all aspects of telecommunications for businesses and organizations.
The company provides objective service that empowers clients to reduce the total cost of telecom, free up valuable IT and executive resources, future-proof their technology, and gain more time for core business initiatives.
Earlier in June, Renodis was selected by Red Wing Shoes to manage its entire telecom environment, including all wireline and mobility.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey