Cut telecom, mobility, and network costs quickly

By : |December 10, 2009 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: In 2009, CFOs and CIOs had to drastically reduce telecom, mobility, and network costs. Based on primary research of over 120 organizations, new and timely research from Aberdeen Group, a Harte-Hanks Company, "Quick Fixes to Cut Telecom Costs," allows corporate telecom and network departments to see if they took the correct approach or still have opportunities to improve their telecom cost structure in 2009.
 
The majority of companies managing telecom in 2009 sacrificed service or costs to meet the needs of their executive staff and company. In fact, the bottom 30 per cent of respondents in this year’s research effort actually saw a 9 per cent increase in their telecom and network spend last year in a time of economic turmoil.

This report shows how top organizations successfully cut these infrastructure costs without reducing service levels or crippling employee productivity. By reading this report, companies will be able to identify the strategies and solutions used by top performers to cut costs without reducing service.

"Enterprise companies are always challenged to minimize communications costs while maintaining state-of-the-art networking, mobility, and collaboration capabilities," said Hyoun Park, Research Analyst, Aberdeen. "By focusing on contracts, plan and feature optimization, inventory management, and financial visibility tools that lead to success, all enterprise departments can quickly implement successful solutions to improve their data and voice infrastructure costs."

                                 

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Through this practical and business-relevant research, readers will learn how to negotiate more efficient contracts, gain both invoice and asset visibility, and effectively enforce the terms and conditions that result in reducing telecom expenses without crippling key business operations.

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