Network Control, a pioneer and leader in the Telecom Expense Management (TEM) industry today announced that it has been once again included in global technology analyst firm Gartner’s definitive 2020 Market Guide for Telecom Expense Management Services.
Mark Hearn, President and CEO of Network Control, said “We are honored to be included in Gartner’s market guide once again. For over 22 years we have continuously evolved our services and supporting technology to best manage any sized company’s wireless, voice and data technology assets and related spend. We excel at finding billing errors and reducing costs, all while improving our customers’ service levels. We’re proud of how we have led the industry, but more important is how we have consistently provided value for our customers.”
Three key Gartner Observations from the Report:
“Network Control has consistently led the market with detailed and accurate inventory, asset management as well as staying ahead of carrier and supplier contract changes,” said Hearn. “We always find additional cost savings and value even when other TEM providers do not.”
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About Network Control
Since 1998, Network Control has been a recognized leader for its US-based managed services that enable businesses to reduce and better control their voice, data, conferencing and wireless costs while improving their 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. More information can be found at network-control.com