*Please note that Etelesolv has changed its company name to Cimpl in 2016.
Etelesolv will be unveiling the future of IT and technology expense management
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
- Poor management of technological assets will lead to companies overpaying on IT by 10 to 25%.
- Technology asset management needs constant innovation to keep pace with the lightning-swift evolution of technology itself.
- Christopher Thierry, President of Etelesolv, is hosting the webinar to share his visions of the future of technology management with the public at large.
(MONTREAL, QC – October 28, 2014) – Montreal, QC – Etelesolv (now Cimpl), Canada's leader in IT and telecom expense management, has announced their “Vision Webinar”. Registration for this online event is now open on the company website.
The comapny's Vice President of Sales and Marketing had this to say: “Customers want more from their TEM providers. They insist on more coverage and greater control over their assets. These demands are a direct response to the convergence of what Gartner calls the Nexus of Forces – the rise of the Internet of Things, widespread mobile (device) adoption, ubiquitous social connectivity, and large-scale big data access. These forces are coming together to bring about transformative innovations in IT. Everyone is faced with having to manage more assets than they’ve ever had before. Companies are looking for a comprehensive business solution that can allow them to track everything and automate as many processes as possible.”
Currently, massive increases in technological sophistication and actual IT and telecom inventories are evident in every industry. TEM providers must work to proactively provide quality service and value to their clients and keep up to date with the shifting demands of the marketplace.
In addressing this issue, the company’s President, Christopher Thierry, has created a new framework for managing all technology assets called Enterprise Digital Footprint (Enterprise Asset Management 2.0 (EAM 2.0)). Thanks to this new framework, Mr. Thierry has further arrived at 5 Strategic Visions for IT and Telecom Expense Management. These visions are forward-looking projections of the outcomes of current business and technology trends, and will form the core of many important business strategies in the years to come. And now, Mr. Thierry is hosting a webinar to share his insights to the public at large.
During this ground-breaking webinar Mr. Thierry will unveil:
- Enterprise Digital Footprint
- 5 Strategic Visions of the Future
- How to connect all resources in an organization, strategically clarify the data, and consistently improve a company’s margins.
With over 15 years in the business, Mr. Thierry is a true TEM pioneer who grew Etelesolv (now Cimpl) from simple startup to its current status as Canada’s leader in IT and telecom expense management. Now, the sum total of his experiences has led him to exciting new – and inevitable – visions of the industry’s future.
Register now for this Vision Webinar to gain deep insights into the future of TEM.
About the company
With its global coverage, Etelesolv (now Cimpl) is 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 platforms, Telemanager and Cimpl, bring 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/.
Cimpl is a software platform that brings together actionable real-time IT and Telecom data. It goes beyond telecom expense management, Cimpl is the most accurate and concise way to get information on every single technology asset across a company. With one convenient and simple dashboard, all the information is centralized and accessible through a fully customizable reporting portal. Cimpl is an all-in-one software where you can connect information, clarify data, and control all of your IT and Telecom assets. For more information on Cimpl, visit www.cimpl.com.