Network Control has joined the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA), the authoritative voice for Telecommunications Management, Telecom Expense Management (TEM) and Wireless Expense Management (WEM) and Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions providers.
The association’s ongoing mission is to raise awareness, improve the quality and value of solutions, and cultivate shared industry knowledge for Telecommunications Management, Telecom Expense Management, TEM, Wireless Expense Management WEM, and Mobile Device Management MDM services. TEMIA (News - Alert) 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.
TEMIA members subscribe to a Code of Ethics, which clearly distinguishes their level of commitment to their clients.
In the current scenario, enterprises are actively seeking expertise from providers to manage mobile and fixed telecom expenses. The market keeps growing as more organizations learn about the opportunity to improve supply chain management for telecom expenses, and reduce their costs through optimizing inefficient processes.
Membership in TEMIA should be a strong consideration for any organization evaluating Telecommunications Management, indicating thought leadership, an investment in the future of effective TEM solutions, and a long-term commitment to the telecommunications management market.
“Joining TEMIA is another piece to this ever evolving industry that is necessary in order to assure industry standards, practices and fair marketing practices. Over the last few years there has been a lot of consolidation and changes in the marketplace. TEMIA will foster best practices that organizations are expecting of TEM Solutions (News - Alert) Providers. It is time for buyers to look beyond marketing slicks and promises of huge savings," said Mark Hearn, CEO and president of Network Control.
“With TEMIA, we seek to market and support open and honest communication in order to assure successful client engagements.”
“I welcome Network Control and Mark Hearn’s 25 years of industry experience,” said Joe Basili, managing director for TEMIA. “Mr. Hearn joins principals at other firms who will help shape the industry through their integrity, dedication and commitment. We are pleased to have him and Network Control join 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 TEM, mobility, MDM and related areas of Telecommunications Management.”
Recently, Wireless Analytics became an official member of TEMIA. Wireless Analytics serves clients throughout North America, primarily in the Northeast.
Edited by Braden Becker