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Why You Need TEM Software | TEMIA Free Webinar

Posted by Chris Thierry | May 16, 2011 1:00 PM

Why is TEM Essential for Businesses Today?

TEMIA, the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association, will be hosting a free webinar, taking place on Wednesday May 18, 2011 at 12pm EST. TEMIA will be discussing the reasons why Telecom Expense Management (TEM) software is essential for businesses today. 

Discussions will include how Telecom Expense Management enables control and security over spending in relation to a variety of telecom devices, such as smartphones and tablets. TEMIA's educational webinar will also examine the many benefits of TEM and its necessity in businesses today.

Why TEM software for businesses?

There will be multiple speakers there to provide helpful information and profitable insight that will prove useful to anyone interested in learning more about how TEM positively impacts and helps grow businesses.

We invite you to take part of these free webinars. Our company is a full member of TEMIA, and I am often called to speak at these webinars as I did last March on the topic of Corporate vs Individual Liable Devices in the Workplace.


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Topics: Telecom Expense Management, Resources, TEMIA

Written by Chris Thierry

Christopher is the president, founder, visionary, and driving force behind Cimpl, which first started in 2000 as Etelesolv: his goal is to bring holistic enterprise solutions to companies of all shapes and sizes. Moreover, Christopher’s devotion to the well-being of his employees has made Cimpl one of Canada’s Top 50 Employers. He’s also dedicated to giving back to his community, by serving in multiple industry associations. He’s a mentor for the Canadian Youth Business Foundation and a member of the Young Presidents' Organization, the Entrepreneurs’ Organization, the CIO Association of Canada, and the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association. Christopher holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems and Marketing from the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University. He is also a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Entrepreneur’s Master’s Program – a program specifically designed to optimize the skillsets of founders of high growth companies.

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