We are excited to bring our user group together again in Glendale for our 10th year of the Telesoft Connections Conference
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 5, 2010
Telesoft Corp., trusted experts in fixed and mobile Telecom Expense Management (TEM) software and services, will hold its 10th users conference from October 12th-14th in Glendale, Arizona. The annual event brings together organizations from a variety of industries to learn TEM best practices, network with peers, and participate in hands-on product training.
“We are excited to bring our user group together again in Glendale for our 10th year of the Telesoft Connections Conference,” said Thierry Zerbib, CEO and Co-Founder of Telesoft. “Being able to place a large number of our customers in the same room is a testament to the confidence we have in our product,” added Zerbib.
In today’s cost-cutting environment, organizations can’t afford to manage telecom expenses with a patchwork of manual processes that are costly and time consuming. Telesoft 10.0 provides organizations with the ability to reduce both fixed and mobile telecom expenses by an average of 15%. Given that telecommunication and network services account for 3%-4% of annual expenditures, telecom expense management is a must-have for organizations seeking to cut costs.
More information about the Telesoft Connections Conference 2010 to be held October 12th -14th 2010 in Glendale, Arizona.
Trusted experts in Telecom Expense Management (TEM) software and services for over 25 years, Telesoft Corp. reduces fixed and mobile telecom spend to improve an organization's bottom-line. Telesoft automates the telecom expense management lifecycle - from management of telecom invoices, usage and cost allocation, through provisioning and inventory - to lower telecom expenses and improve efficiencies. Offered as hosted, licensed or outsourced solutions, Telesoft provides an integrated management platform for centralized inventory, common data sharing and unified reporting. Telesoft solutions are used by hundreds of commercial and government organizations, including the largest and most complex telecom environments in the world.
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