TEMIA Grows with The Addition of RadiusPoint
April 08, 2013
By Mandira Srivastava, TMCnet Contributor
In order to expand the size of the telecom expense management (TEM), wireless expense management (WEM), mobile device management (MDM) and related markets and foster ongoing performance improvement through open industry standards, RadiusPoint has become the newest member of The Telecom Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA (News - Alert)).
TEMIA is the authoritative voice for telecommunications management, telecom expense management, WEM and MDM solutions providers.
TEMIA will help RadiusPoint to manage its mobile and fixed telecom expenses. In today’s cost-conscious environment, enterprises are actively seeking opportunity to upgrade telecommunications management initiatives, supply chain management and reduce their costs through optimizing inefficient processes.
Joe Basili, managing director for TEMIA, said in a statement, “I welcome RadiusPoint as a new member, new members bring different areas of emphasis and points of view, but they find a way to work 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.”
Sharon Watkins, CEO of RadiusPoint, said in a statement, “Joining TEMIA has been on RadiusPoint's agenda for some time, and the recent developments of TEMIA's approach on the TEM industry allowed the decision to be made to join this organization. TEMIA provides its members with access to valuable information that each member can then share with their clients to further enhance their knowledge of the telecommunications industry. With the widening use of wireless services, and every company enlisting the use of telecom services, our clients’ education of this growing expense is imperative. Joining TEMIA shows RadiusPoint's commitment to ensuring that our clients have the best expense management and invoice validation services possible.”
Edited by Rachel Ramsey