OVATION Wireless Management Joins Telecom Expense Management Industry Association
February 19, 2014
By Anil Sharma
, TMCnet Contributor
Charlotte, NC-based OVATION Wireless Management, a privately held company that provides global enterprise managed mobility solutions, has joined Telecom Expense Management Industry Association, TEMIA (News - Alert).
TEMIA represents solutions providers in telecommunications management, telecom expense management (TEM), wireless expense management (WEM), mobile device management (MDM), managed mobility services (MMS), mobile application management (MAM), mobile security, service management; help desk support and related areas.
TEMIA's ongoing mission is to raise awareness, to improve the quality and value of solutions and to cultivate shared industry knowledge. It seeks to do this through the development and promotion of open industry standards, and industry knowledge among solutions providers, business partners, telecom service providers, and enterprise clients.
“Joining TEMIA demonstrates our commitment to the development and education of global standards in the field of wireless expense management services,” said Randall Light, CEO for OVATION Wireless Management in a statement.
Light said that with the rapidly increasing need and importance for unbiased direction, OVATION helps define and create an efficient wireless program for wireless technologies, devices and services while achieving client goals.
He said that the rapid uptake and adoption of mobility as an essential tool in today’s ‘anywhere – anytime’ business environment only further supports the company’s need to assist the clients on a global stage, and actively contribute to the development of standards capable of supporting them both domestically and abroad.
“We look forward to working with TEMIA to showcase the cost savings, operational efficiencies and heightened visibility that can be found through mobility expense management and full lifecycle support,” said Light.
“I welcome OVATION Wireless Management as a new member,” added Joe Basili, managing director for TEMIA.
Basili said that 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 TLM, mobility and related communications technologies.
“The association will be expanding overseas with recent additions of new members and new signings expected from firms based in Europe, Latin America, Canada, India and Asia,” he said.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson