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Although it might seem to be nothing more than a tax-dollar-eating behemoth, the U.S. federal government is much like any other business: It needs to watch its bottom line. No one in the government wants Congress looking closely at their expenses and asking, "What was this charge for?"
Asentinel is the only company in the country to have comprehensive patents for its widely successful TEM software.
In the world of business, one area that's seeing particularly strong growth is the field of Telecom Expense Management, or TEM. With more and more workers using BYOD and remote connections, telecom spending is spiraling, and companies need to keep an eye on that particular bottom line before costs escalate completely out of control.
In the expanding world of high technology, it's getting more and more complicated for chief financial officers to keep a close eye on the bottom line. New expenses that didn't even exist a generation ago are now gobbling up huge pieces of the budget, to the detriment of the company and everyone who works there.
With a New Year comes a renewed look at budgets, as company bean-counters look for any possible savings on expenses one area frequently overlooked that can pay big dividends is Telecom Expense Management. As such, Auditel Telecom Expense Management company is seeing increased interest in its offerings, so much so that it recently announced the addition of Pat Keever to its leadership team.
Telecoms across the globe are operating under smaller margins as new technologies are allowing new players to start providing a wide range of services for free or very low price points.
Communications services provider NACR has announced its new Ovation Communications Management offering as part of its NACR Ovation Managed Services portfolio.
Telecom companies in India are shifting their focus back to prepaid users and are for the most part getting away from the traditional pay-as-you use model.
One of the line items that continues to drive CFOs crazy is telecom expense management (TEM). With more and more workers utilizing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) options, it's harder and harder to keep track of what's a legitimate company expense, and what's merely "padding." That's why a new union just announced is garnering so much attention.
It doesn't take the smartest CFO in the world to know that pennies add up to dollars pretty quickly. And one of the easiest ways for a budget to get out of control is by not watching expenses incurred by workers. That's why it might make sense to start automating how you process your company's expenses in the New Year.
Mer Telemanagement Solutions recently announced that TMC has awarded it with a 2014 INTERNET TELEPHONY Lync Pioneer Award for its Telecommunications Expense Management Suite.
One of the hidden areas of any company where funds can seemingly leak out is expense management. While costs are a naturally occurring part of any business, if left unchecked, they can quickly spiral out of control and have a severe impact on the bottom line.
If you put a reliable telecom expense management solution in place, you may not need to designate a person to watch where all the money is going.
Even the most organized of operations could find themselves overwhelmed if an acquisition doubles the number of devices and introduces new contracts that may or may not have been completely managed.
Juvo has released a mobile telecom expense management app that provides the same functionality as its desktop counterpart.
With the end of the year rapidly approaching, number-crunchers and bean counters across the enterprise are sharpening their pencils and looking at ways to save money in the New Year as they prepare their 2015 budget projections.
Etelesolv was recently named among the 50 Best Small and Medium Employers in Canada (BSME) for its employment practices.
As any savvy IT manager or CFO can tell you, expenses that can sap a company's bottom line usually pop up in the most unexpected places. Case in point: Telecom expenses.
It takes creative thinking these days to keep a careful eye on the bottom line, but in can be done. Case in point? The new Dell Business Phone.
MDSL recently announced that it had appointed Lou DeMaio as chief operating officer for its operations in the Americas. DeMaio previously worked at Deutsche Bank where he helped rebuild an information distribution system using technology developed by Thomson Reuters.
The option of automating the process of expense management is a compelling one. Imagine if all employee expenses were automatically captured and added to corporate expense claims.
The first appearance of the abacus was seen in Mesopotamia during 2700-2300 BC with the Samarian version of this device, which was invented before the adoption of the written modern numeral system. Fast forward almost five millennia later, and it is still in use by merchants in different regions around the world.
The Abacus tool is a simple, fast way for businesses to reimburse their employees for company expenses without painful Excel spreadsheets or envelopes bursting at the seams with business trip receipts.
Picking a partner to handle Telecom Expense Management (TEM) services and hardware is crucial for businesses with extensive communications systems, according to a recent blog posting on the issue.
StoneCalibre has just purchased a Telecom Infrastructure Management company known as NetPlus, a firm that offers up a wide variety of communication software solutions.
According to new research figures, the enterprise mobility management (EMM) market is expected to more than double, growing from $3.8 billion in revenue this year to $9.6 billion in 2018. Overall the market will see a CAGR of 22 percent.
The annual Telesoft Connections conference was held this week in Phoenix to teach organizations about telecom expense management (TEM) best practices, provide hands-on training to participants, and give business reps a chance to network with one another.
Ezwim, global player in TEM technology, has launched Ezwim rTEM+, which prevents "Bill Shock", by giving real-time insight in mobile telecom usage.
Information services company AOTMP released the abstract of its report, 2014 State of the Telecom Management Industry, which highlights key topics that enterprises may find helpful in terms of the telecom market overall.
Many IT pros face obstacles in distribution, access control, data loss prevention and telecom expense management, as agencies begin to use video for internal communications.
One of the primary goals for telecom expense management is to enable a clear understanding of employee spending trends, potential cost savings and even opportunities to optimize budgets.
Can you name the top five errors found in your telecom bills over the last six months? If you're not aware of any errors or haven't made the time to try and find them, you're in a similar situation to companies throughout the global market: you don't have a telecom expense management solution or plan in place. As a result, you may be paying for service you don't use or missing errors that are costing your organization money.
When was the last time you reviewed your telecom expenses and compared them against your actual usage? A number of organizations skip this step, trusting that their contracts are in order and simplifying the process by just paying the bills. In doing so, however, they could be missing out on the opportunity to correct errors and avoid overpayments. The savings from these two areas alone are reason to consider telecom expense management.
The large software maker from Germany, SAP, plans to acquire Concur Technologies, an expense management software maker.
One way to keep costs down is to implement a telecom expense management solution, which can help curtail communications costs without compromising on quality.
Examining contracts to make sure that they contain favorable terms is also similar to poring over travel expense reports to make sure money is being spent effectively.
Manual expense reports are now a thing of the past as the new automated versions save companies more time and money.
Telesoft recently unveiled a new fully revamped software and services platform called Telesoft Connect. The new platform takes care of legacy call accounting and expense management.
Telecom spending for voice, data and information services merits discussion by the sheer fact that it's one of the top line-item expenses for most organizations.
Telus' partnership with Vox earlier this year produced a nice mobile device management (MDM) solution that, for small and mid-sized businesses, can help keep things in check.
Without paying close attention, the costs associated with your telecommunications can get out of hand. For this reason, telecom expense management is picking up steam when it comes to popular applications.
The larger telecom real estate grows, the harder it becomes to manage effectively. High volumes of data with no obvious connection to one another is one of the largest challenges that telecom organizations face today.
An appellate court in California has ruled that businesses have to pay a "reasonable percentage" of the phone bill if employees are required to use their own phones for work.
A new survey shows that a significant percentage of engineering professionals are dissatisfied with the visibility of their expense reporting methods.
Communications are rapidly growing beyond the point of simply connecting one user with another. Communications build the foundation of a variety of new business points.
Avotus is helping companies to transform their telecom spending. Avotus' ICM UM version 8.31 offers key mobility, security and reporting enhancements that deliver visibility into an enterprise's telecom assets and expense.
Montreal-based Etelesolv is a company which is helping organizations to save hundreds of thousands in Telecom Expenses using its innovative software solutions.
A new survey has found that employees in "executive/upper management" departments are responsible for committing 27 percent of expense reimbursement fraud cases.
Businesses generally use Invoice Process and Expense Management services to gain and maintain control over its spend, identify missing and unrecognized bills at the Call Detail Record level, and prompt action where it's needed.
While this may seem an unlikely avenue to minimize spending, the reality is companies are often overspending on their telecom costs.
Wireless Analytics, which develops enterprise mobility management solutions, has just announced that it is releasing version 4 of its Communications Lifecycle Expense Analytics (CLEAN) platform this fall.
A new report by Kable on total technology enterprise mobility management (EMM) is now available, highlighting major trends in the field of enterprise mobile technology, including mobile telecom expense management.
Deem, a company focused on delivering Commerce-as-a-Service, has announced new features that will be included in in its Deem@Work offering.
Businesses have realized that they will have to put in place a concise plan to ensure security in the BYOD age.
The U.S. Patent Office has granted Cass Information Services a patent "for technology that provides enterprises with a better alternative for reimbursing employees for use of their personal mobile devices."
Business automation solutions provider V1 is expanding its purchase-to-pay (P2P) product suite with the launch of its Web- and mobile-based software solutions.
Many companies consider SSAE 16 and SOC 2 audits as an annual investment with a proven ROI, increasing a service organization's prospective client base, organizational productivity, customer retention and accountability.
The many facets of travel and expense management can cause nightmares to organizations and headaches to employees, but it doesn't have to be that way.
iSYS LLC, a subsidiary of WidePoint, has received a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) from the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) for telecommunications inventory and expense management solutions (TIEMS).
Comview Corporation recently announced that the Long Island Software and Technology Network (LISTnet) has recognized the company with its 2014 Long Island Software Award.
Managing telecom expenses is so important that vendors have the process down to a science and have developed software for it.
Comview Corporation, a provider of telecom expense management (TEM), wireless mobility management (WMM) and call accounting software and services, has become a global "Advanced Technology Partner" of Unify.
At a recent panel in which TEMIA and NetPlus participated, the session focused on what the transition from traditional phone service to unified communications would mean to enterprises.
MeadWestvaco (MWV), a global packaging solutions company serving the world's most premier consumer products brands, has renewed its partnership with Xerox for IT management services.
BYOD is no longer frowned upon as companies say they are seeing positive returns in terms of time management, cost saving and a motivated work environment.
Nabarro LLP, a full-service commercial European law firm, recently selected Chrome River EXPENSE and INVOICE to go paperless and automate the firm's corporate expense claims and purchase ledger operations.
Comview Corporation, a premier provider of telecom expense management, wireless mobility management and call accounting software and services, recently appointed industry expert Kevin Simms as Director of Marketing.
DATABASICS, a supplier of expense management solutions, has integrated the MedProID 13M record healthcare provider (HCP) database into its expense reporting service.
Organizations have begun to realize the need for centralizing expense-related management, and travel-related compliances have been the key reason for the growing expense management market.
Amtel recently announced that the company has signed a distribution agreement with Ingram Micro Mobility to expand its footprint in the U.K and Europe.
A properly executed TEM solution can achieve considerable cost savings and a host of operational benefits, a recent study found, but only if telecom expense management is used within a structured, disciplined framework.
Telecom expense management (TEM) has become increasingly important for businesses of all sizes thanks to the increased complexity and proliferation of telecom services and devices that must be supported.
As a major constituent of enterprise IT, BYOD will transform the way users and organizations deal with network security.
There are several reports that have clearly shown that those with a telecom expense management program save 22 percent more than companies that do not have one.
A new study finds most large enterprises now use telecom expense management software to control increasingly complex telecom spend, but many must jump around among providers or cobble together several solutions to make it work.
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.
MetTel, a provider of unified communications and network solutions, recently announced that it has been recognized with an Authority on Telecom Management Practices Efficiency First Solution Certification.
The Telecom Expense Management Industry Association has published a case study on Avotus Corporation, a provider of Intelligent Communication Management (ICM) solutions.
Telecom Expense Management (TEM) is the process of managing all the telecom-based activities within a company to reduce cost and improve productivity.
A new look at how much European workers spend to get connected when traveling for business has raised questions as to whether the same issue is happening on our shores.
In an ever-evolving telecommunication landscape, the scope of telecom expense management has had to extend beyond the parameters of merely taming runaway costs and managing invoices.
In running a business, it helps to keep an eye on the bottom line at all times; expenses have a way of quickly getting out of hand. Yet one area that most companies vastly underestimate is mobile investments.
MDSL, a provider of global Telecom Expense Management (TEM) and Market Data Management solutions, has announced its appointment as major sponsor for an upcoming fixed-line and mobile conference in Florida.
In these challenging business times, there's not much better than landing a government contract. The work is steady, the money is assured, and if you do a good job, you could be in line for even more work down the road.
Certify has released the results of its year-end review for 2013. This explores the business expense trends for Q4 2013.
In a new report, the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA) finds that enterprises now face a tough challenge as IT departments are forced to make migrations from one platform to another within a short span of time.
Telecom expense management (TEM) is an integral part of the business environment, and as the name suggests, brings within its orbit the tasks of monitoring and managing costs, network, infrastructure and more.
Just as people are beginning to accept the cloud more readily than before, likewise VoIP also appears to be gaining ground with businesses.
Dimension Data, a $5.8 billion provider of ICT solutions, has announced that Gartner, Inc. has given it an "Excellent" rating in its report called Critical Capabilities for Telecom Expense Management.
Gartner's Critical Capabilities for Telecom Expense Management Report Names Tangoe as Top Scorer in Overall Use Case
The recently published Gartner's Critical Capabilities for Telecom Expense Management report is said to have ranked communications lifecycle management (CLM) software provider Tangoe with the highest score in overall use case.
Etelesolv, one of Canada's major players in telecom and IT management, has entered into a contract to manage the telecom expenses of Helios Group. As part of the pact, Etelesolv will provide Helios Group with control over all of the organization's wireless spending.
With bring your own device (BYOD) policy catching on and the corporate sector seemingly encouraging the trend, it's no wonder that the total BYOD and enterprise mobility market is about to enter a new phase of rapid growth.
A recent survey developed by Robert Half Management Resources, a provider of senior-level finance, accounting and business systems professionals, reveals that Accounting and Business Systems top the list of projects companies plan to outsource to financial consultants in the next 12 months.
It's easy to agree that "recurring revenue" is predictable, stable income for any company. Recurring revenue becomes more important because it allows you to spend more of your energy in growing your business rather than getting new business.
Managing telecom and IT expanses are daunting task for many companies. The technologies like SIP trunking, BYOD, cloud services, UC, mobile applications have made it more difficult task.
Nexonia has integrated its expense management solution, Nexonia Expenses, with Salesforce.com. The move is designed to help business owners and managers keep track of their prospects and client value.
Recently, the company signed a partnership deal with Tangoe, a provider of Communications Lifecycle Management (CLM) software and services for enterprise clients. The partnership will now allow LinkSource to offer enterprise clients telecommunications expense management (TEM) services through its TotalTEM solution.
LinkSource Technologies, a technology solutions company offering managed services in voice and data, mobility, cloud, IT support and procurement, has partnered with Tangoe, a global provider of communications lifecycle management (CLM) software and services
Freightgate, the global provider of logistics cloud solutions, has introduced a new expense management tool to automate and streamline the whole process of tracking business expenses.
ResearchMoz, a provider of market research databases, has unveiled a new report that indicated the Global Travel and Expense Management Software market to grow at a CAGR of 6.16 percent over the period 2012-2016.