Mobility management has traditionally fallen into the lap of the IT department for many Australian businesses. Yet so many mobility tasks are not really IT… Is the time-poor IT department the right team to manage corporate mobility or should it be allocated to Operations, Procurement, Finance or even outsourced?
The demand for Managed Mobility Services (MMS) is growing fast and that global trend is being embraced by Australian businesses.
Atrium Managed Mobility Service, developed by Sydney-based VoicePlus, is the only Australian solution to be recognised in a whitepaper published by Gartner.
Mobility management has traditionally fallen into the lap of the IT department for many Australian businesses. Yet so many mobility tasks are not really IT… Is outsourcing mobility management the answer for the time-poor IT department?
VoicePlus has achieved global recognition for its Atrium managed mobility solution from leading industry research giant, Gartner. VoicePlus was one of 13 companies worldwide - and the only Australian MMS provider - to be featured in the Gartner white paper - Competitive Landscape: Independent Telecom Expense Management Providers 2016 - which has been published in the UK. UPDATE: VoicePlus has also appeared in the 2017 Market Guide for Telecom Expense Management and been invited for review in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Managed Mobility Services.
Telco costs are typically 3% of revenue, and one of the top five costs for Australian business. This makes them a prime target when management go hunting for company-wide savings. Cutting the cost of mobility will have a significant impact on overall bottom-line telco costs. But there are many barriers to cutting the cost of mobility.
Up to 70% of chief procurement officers are looking to invest in self service to reduce costs. Cost reduction is the leading priority for CPOs worldwide, according to the Deloitte Global Chief Procurement Officer Survey 2016. To deliver these savings, CPOs are looking to digital solutions, with an investment in self-service being undertaken by 70% of respondents worldwide.