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BYOD Takes Part in The Future of TEM

Posted by Caroline Le Brun | July 30, 2013

*Please note that Etelesolv has changed its company name to Cimpl in 2016.

Etelesolv, TEMIA Member Since 2009, Releases TEMIA’s Annual Publication


(MONTREAL, QC - July 30th, 2013) - Etelesolv (now Cimpl), Canada's leader in Telecom and IT Management and TEMIA member, announced today the release of TEMIA’s ePaper “BYOD: DOs and DON’Ts”.

In 2006, the largest Telecom Expense Management (TEM) service providers founded TEMIA, the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association. Since then, TEMIA has grown to 40 members with several large international TEM suppliers. TEMIA’s mission is to raise awareness of the values and benefits of TEM solutions through promotion of industry knowledge among TEM providers, business partners, telecom service providers, and enterprise clients.

The company has been a full member of TEMIA since 2009. Each year, TEMIA releases an ePaper to help IT organizations analyze how technology investments contribute to the top line and control the bottom line. TEM is now growing to include a set of best practice principles that extend far beyond telecommunications and include BYOD management.

“TEM now reflects an upbeat best practice framework in which business intelligence helps drive value and ensures a better approach to Telecom and IT Management, said Christopher Thierry, President of the company. “We have adapted to client needs and TEM offerings encompass far more than just bill auditing and invoice processing. BYOD is one of them. Telecom networks are only becoming more essential to business. This is not going to change- and that is where we come in.”

TEM can help manage BYOD programs by automating efforts to determine eligibility, enrolment, tracking devices and applications employees are using, or eventually not using. As the industry moves forward, TEM puts analytic and business intelligence at the forefront, and operates strictly on the foundation of best practices. The company operates according to this vision and is successful in implementing it. Telemanager, the company’ software platform, is seeing a vibrant future that can only go up from here.

About TEMIA:

TEMIA, the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association, was founded in 2006. TEMIA has grown to 40 members with several international TEM, WEM, MDM suppliers over the world who manage over $36 billion of telecom and data spend. TEMIA's mission is to raise awareness and knowledge of the values and benefits of TEM solutions, to improve the quality and value of TEM solutions through the development and promotion of open industry standards, and industry knowledge among TEM Solutions Providers, business partners, telecom service providers, and enterprise clients. For more information about TEMIA, visit http://www.temia.org.

About the company: 

With its global coverage, Etelesolv (now Cimplis leading the Canadian revolution of telecom and IT management by helping companies Take Back Control of their Telecom expenses and IT assets.The company's software platform, Telemanager, brings together actionable real-time data and everyday processes to ensure that Companies know what they have and what it costs at any given time. For more information, visit http://home.cimpl.com/.

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Topics: Company Culture, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), Best Practices

Written by Caroline Le Brun

Having worked in marketing for 16 years, Caroline has significantly improved Cimpl’s online presence and industry recognition as Marketing Director. Working closely with analysts and highly focused on keeping up with IT industry trends, she is most knowledgeable in the realm of technology and IT expense management best practices. As a passionate, driven marketer, she works side by side with her marketing team to bring Cimpl beyond its greatest achievements.

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