Network Control Cited in Two Key Industry Guides
June 13, 2017
Network Control, a pioneer and leader in Telecom Expense Management (TEM) managed services, announced that the company has been selected for inclusion into two recent and influential industry reports from IT analyst firm Gartner and TEM industry strategic advisors AOTMP. Both publications seek to educate businesses about, and reduce confusion around the complex technology expense management ecosystem.
With deeply interconnected network of relationships between TEM management providers such as Network Control, telecom and IT services providers and the enterprises utilizing those services, resources that provide clarity and enable intelligent decision-making on TEM providers are extremely valuable and much needed. Given the many types of TEM-related firms which exist at regional, national and even international levels and the complicated mix of services offered, it is extremely important to assist the discovery and selection process.
"We're very pleased to be included in both guides," stated Mark Hearn, president and CEO of Network Control. "For companies who are looking to solve their telecom expense problems for the first time, or who are exploring alternatives to their current TEM provider, having credible resources presenting alternatives and in some cases providing relative ratings against industry standards is beneficial. For Network Control to be in the top tier of performers is rewarding and a validation of our value and high standards."
About Network Control
For nearly 20 years Network Control has been a recognized leader in managed services that enable businesses to reduce and better control their voice, data, conferencing and wireless costs while improving the overall communications infrastructure. Companies have seen a six-month payback and typical ROI of 250-400% under the Network Control business model. The company has also pioneered Global TEM, a next generation services model that reflects the increased complexities of communications and its merger into the broader corporate IT infrastructure for companies with international footprints.