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Your Telecom Problem

It’s a certainty that somewhere in your communications environment you have a problem. The trouble is chances are you have no idea where it is.

For most companies, communications spending is an obscure, recurring cost made up of complex bills, multiple vendors, and a range of services that can represent as much as 4% of your total revenue. Add in ever-changing technologies, regulations and policies—not to mention mergers, distributed infrastructure and remote offices—and the result is telecom chaos.

The bottom line is, you’re probably paying too much (especially for your fastest growing services), and you most likely don’t really know what assets you have, how they are being used, and whether your business is safe from security, policy, or financial risk.

That’s where Network Control comes in.

Problems

Where You Lose Money

There is an almost endless number of places in your telecom environment where you can be spending needlessly—and usually without having any idea where that loss is occurring. We can fix that.

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How Time is Wasted

Understanding the details, let alone the nuances, of telecom billing, asset lists, contract terms, SLAs and pricing is hard to do internally. Countless hours are wasted wading through sometimes arcane complexities. No matter how competent your team, they can only know what they know.

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Problems

Telecom Risks

Your telecom network is complex and getting more complicated every day. Mobile and smart devices, changing technologies, and personal devices used for business purposes expose your business to security, regulatory, and even financial risk.

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Latest Hurdles

The world of communications is in constant flux. Regulations are ever-changing. Technologies enable more and different opportunities and add risk. Carriers and service providers are always tweaking their offerings. You need to stay on top of all this change.

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