Case Study: TEMIA Features Avotus eSourcing Service
February 12, 2014
By Mandira Srivastava, TMCnet Contributor
The Telecom Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA (News - Alert)) -- an authoritative voice for the Telecommunications Management, Telecom Expense Management, Wireless Expense Management, Mobile Device Management markets and Solutions Providers – has published a case study on Avotus (News - Alert) Corporation, a provider of Intelligent Communication Management (ICM) solutions. The study revealed that the customer’s communication network saving has increased by 37 percent.
The case was undertaken by the Avotus ICM Intelli-Sourcing platform for a leading California-based engineering firm. The client profiled in the case study selected Avotus to develop and conduct an electronic RFP for the procurement of its wireless voice and data services.
“The success of this partnership conveys exactly the kind of important information that TEMIA works to promote to the industry,” said Joe Basili, TEMIA Managing Director. “Each month TEMIA features case studies that highlight best practices and address solutions to enterprises' real-world problems.”
TEMIA members provide insights on fixed and mobile services and spotlight case studies that feature best practices and introduce readers to solutions that address industry challenges. Avotus works with enterprises to help them tackle challenges associated with managing their communications assets and services.
TEMIA says that Avotus' Intelli-Sourcing platform had the capabilities for simultaneously evaluating both price and quality terms. When specifically designed for the complexities of voice and data communications, Avotus’ ICM Intelli-Sourcing delivers between 20 percent and 40 percent savings to customers’ annual telecom spend.
“Prior to the WebAuction, the customer expressed to us its desire to significantly reduce its current spend and improve its contractual terms with its carriers,” said Avotus vice president and head of global delivery, James Martino. “Avotus delivered 37 percent savings, improved service-level agreements and executed the project in 25 percent less time than a traditional RFP.”
That’s a “win” no matter how you measure it.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson