Today’s workforce has come to depend on the flexibility and connectivity that corporate, web-ready communications devices offer. What they may not realise is that, for the enterprise, managing this connectivity can come at a substantial cost – both in terms of time and budget.
From negotiating and supervising contracts to procuring and maintaining devices, for those tasked with managing an enterprise communications estate, balancing the needs of the users with the requirement to get the best possible deal for the organisation can feel like a never-ending juggling act.
In many cases, the complexity of using multiple providers to overcome the lack of multi-country solutions can also leave enterprises struggling to maintain visibility, control and security over their communications.
With more and more employees now expecting to work whenever and wherever they choose, meeting an increasing demand for remote and flexible working, whilst simultaneously aiming to minimise overall spending, requires the highest levels of visibility and control over tariffs, assets and usage.
For these reasons, many enterprises are now looking to implement telecoms management solutions and services to centralise the management of their telecommunications.
In enabling enterprises to achieve greater asset and cost management capabilities, Vodafone Telecoms Management offers real potential to improve overall operational efficiencies. One of its principal advantages is the ability to pinpoint expenditure trends and wastage across multiple providers and countries – right down to the individual end-user or business asset.
This comprehensive telecoms management approach also brings with it the flexibility to add or remove services to suit the changing needs of the enterprise and its users, as well as bringing the peace of mind that accompanies a fixed-pricing strategy.
Significantly for today’s increasingly stretched CIO, finance or operations teams, this more efficient approach to global telecoms management can also be delivered as a fully-managed service, ensuring full visibility and control in a secure environment, whilst simultaneously releasing more time to spend on strategic priorities.