Like many companies, Wireless Analytics must fight against getting pigeon-holed as only having cost saving solutions to offer. In 2003, we started as a company that was trusted to analyze carrier bills and find opportunities for cost savings. This is still an essential part of our business in 2017, but the demands of mobility are always shifting, and we’ve worked hard to cover all the bases for our clients.
The fall of 2017 is iPhone 8 season. The device, which is rumored to be announced in early September, is the next step in mobile devices being equipped to handle the tasks typically relied on by a laptop. The iPhone 8 is rumored to have 3GB of RAM (1 GB more than the iPhone 7s) and top line models will have 512 GB of storage space. It wasn’t that long ago full PCs touted 4GB RAM and 500GB hard drives. Apple knows that companies need to empower their teams to take their work with them out of the office, and complete tasks with even more efficiency than they would at a desk.
Wireless Management companies love to promise you the world – they claim you’ll get deep cost savings with top-tier support that will put your mind at east. However, we hear it often from clients who switch to Wireless Analytics: The savings weren’t as much as promised, the communication was poor and the customer service was undesirable.
The managed mobility services industry seems to be at a crossroads. More and more mid to large sized companies have chosen their preferred MMS provider, so the conversation has shifted from “why your company needs MMS” to “are you getting the most out of your MMS provider?”