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.
Erik Eames, co-founder and CEO of Wireless Analytics, and I attended the 2017 TEMIA (Technology Expense Management Industry Association) spring summit in New Orleans last week. We were lucky enough to share and present what we’ve learned working in the managed mobility services industry. Being around so many leaders, I wanted to share with you 5 key takeaways that I had from TEMIA:
Earth Day as a holiday blossomed from its beginnings in 1970 as a day of educating others about environmental issues. It has since grown into a day of action celebrated on April 22nd by more than a billion people worldwide each year. Its goal is to motivate humanity towards adopting environmentally friendly habits and combating the excesses of human consumption to keep the only Earth that we have as healthy as possible.
How Wireless Analytics Cares About Our Planet
Wireless Analytics currently recycles paper, cardboard, cell phones, batteries and we send out electronic invoicing in an effort to reduce our carbon footprint. Also, starting this year, Wireless Analytics is starting an Aluminum, Glass and Plastic Bottle Recycling Program to further do our part in combating Climate Change and keeping the Earth healthy and safe. Recycling bins will be placed all around our office to continually recycle various bottles.