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October 22, 2012

TEMIA Adds Bluefish MGMT as it Expands Members in Managed Mobility Services

Effective growth means acquiring the right set of knowledge and assets to improve your organization so it can compete by providing the newest set of products and services. By adding Bluefish MGMT the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association it will be expanding its Managed Mobility Services (MMS) in telecommunications management. The association was established to raise awareness and disseminate information about the benefits of Telecom Expense Management (TEM).

TEMIA (News - Alert) was established in 2006 as a not-for-profit association and as of 2012 its members manage more than $31 billion of telecommunication services. Raising awareness of the services, the association provides the industry with a platform to try and implement industry standards for more efficiency and capitalization. Standardization gives telecom service providers, enterprise clients, solution providers and business partners a reliable product.

“Joining TEMIA is a great opportunity for Bluefish MGMT. TEMIA offers a chance to learn from and work with our peers as we work to identify new ways to solve our customer’s current and future wireless management challenges. I am excited to engage with our fellow TEMIA members and to bring these added benefits to the Bluefish MGMT community,” said, Steve Haddock, director at Bluefish MGMT.

Bluefish Wireless Management provides solutions to organizations by designing, deploying and managing wireless mobility systems. The company has more than 11 years of experience and more than 750,000 lines of service under management using best practices and new technology.

As mobile technology becomes part of organizational policy managing these assets becomes very important. Bluefish provides wireless assets management solutions for smartphones, data services, tablets and other wireless devices. The management is part of a comprehensive tool that includes analytics, reporting and transaction management with a strong support services. The company supports 20 of the Fortune 100 as well as a number of federal and state government programs.

 “I welcome Bluefish MGMT as a new member, 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 Telecommunications Management, mobility and related communications technologies,” said Joe Basili, managing director for TEMIA.

Management solution providers give organizations information about the latest technology available in the market place. Most businesses have outdated applications and systems in place which makes them inefficient and expensive in the long run.

Edited by Brooke Neuman

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