As mobility becomes ever more critical for businesses, as does the need for outsourcing Mobile Mobility Services (MMS). But equally important, is ensuring you take the rights steps when looking to outsource, as not doing so sees a 50% chance of failure due to hidden costs and poorly defined vendor responsibilities.
Amalgamated councils across NSW are turning to Managed Mobility services (MMS) to deliver automation, security and cost controls across their mobile devices and consumption.
Enterprises planning to initiate a digital transformation project in FY20 should consider budgeting for a managed mobility service.
Sourcing, procurement and vendor management leaders who take five key actions to optimise mobile contracting can cut mobile costs by up to 20 percent, says Gartner.
The demand for Managed Mobility Services (MMS) is growing fast across the globe and the trend is being embraced by Australian businesses.
"Everything you need for a world-class IT strategy in one place, at one time" is how global research consultancy, Gartner, describes its 2018 Symposium and VoicePlus will be there to exhibit its Atrium Managed Mobility solution.
If IT managers had their way they would not be responsible for managing corporate mobility. A Gigaom Research IT Buyers Survey, asked IT managers whether they would be willing to outsource mobility management and the answer was a resounding 'Yes, get this off my plate!'
Transparent device and billing analytics deliver quantifiable mobility cost savings. Australian enterprise 'loses' $100,000 worth of laptops over 24 months 85% of telco carrier invoices are paid without any form of audit
A mobile phone for calling and messaging, in tandem with a meeting solution, can meet most employee requirements; potentially saving up to 50% per user per month, says Gartner.
Enterprise mobility will continue to grow and become more complex to manage during FY19, impacting on expenditure and resource allocation.