WestLake Village, CA (PRWEB) October 10, 2013
The Telecom Expense Management Industry Association, TEMIA, an authoritative voice for the Telecommunications Management, Telecom Expense Management, TEM, Wireless Expense Management, WEM, Managed Mobility Services, MMS, markets and Solutions Providers in related areas will host a Thought Leadership Panel at MobileCON 2013™ which is powered by CTIA.
TEMIA is inviting all managers and executives that will attend the MobileCON 2013 conference to come to a Thought Leadership Panel discussion to examine the question: How Providers and Channel Partners Can Capitalize on BYOD? It is scheduled for the last 90 minutes of TEMIA's two day meeting on Wednesday, October 16 at 10:30 AM in the San Jose Convention center in Rooms 211 A/B.
Attendees will learn how providers and channel partners can help clients centralize IT Asset Management, increase revenue and improve security using Telecommunications Expense Management, WEM and Managed Mobility Services (MMS). TEMIA members will provide valuable insights on the most neglected areas that enterprises need to address and important considerations for solutions providers when they evaluate alliance partners.
Ralph A. Rodriguez, Chairman and CEO, of New Technologies and Associates said, “BYOD is not the end-all and be-all of mobility management. In fact, it raises new questions for application management, asset management, document management, expense management, network management, and security that all represent new challenges and opportunities for enterprises to consider.”
Julie Palen, Tangoe, SVP said: “The continuing influx of mobile devices into the enterprise creates many opportunities, and challenges, for organizations. I’m looking forward to joining this panel of industry experts to offer insight into how organizations can capitalize on BYOD for the business benefit.”
“BYOD has failed to deliver many of the expected benefits,” said Erik M. Eames, CEO of Wireless Analytics. “Getting a chance to participate in a hands-on discussion of the practical pros and cons of BYOD from TEMIA member companies who have implemented programs will prove invaluable as companies continue to explore this approach to mobility management.”
Speakers for this session include:
TEMIA member companies are well positioned to address best practices, performance metrics, open industry standards, and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), with member companies that are able to draw on experiences managing over $61 billion in telecom expenses on behalf of clients.
TEMIA's ongoing mission is to raise awareness, to improve the quality and value of solutions and to cultivate shared industry knowledge for Telecommunications Management, Telecom Expense Management, TEM, Wireless Expense Management WEM, and Mobile Device Management MDM solutions. TEMIA seeks to do this through the development and promotion of open industry standards, and industry knowledge among solutions providers, business partners, telecom service providers, and enterprise clients. Further, TEMIA members subscribe to a Code of Ethics, which clearly differentiates their level of commitment to their clients.
For more information about TEMIA, visit http://www.temia.org.