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TEMIA New President and Board Members Step Up for September Meeting

The Technology Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA), is pleased to announce that Mark Hearn, Network Control President and CEO will assume the role of President. In addition, TEMIA will fill two open TEMIA Executive Board At-Large board seats with the addition of Chris Lee CEO of InvoiceIQ and Eric Sendelbach, Chief Technology Officer of MOBI.

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Erik Eames, Treasurer TEMIA; CEO of Wireless Analytics, LLC.

Erik Eames is founder and CEO of Wireless Analytics, LLC. Mr. Eames has over 25 years of business experience. He has held telecom consulting positions within the InfoCom strategy practice at Coopers & Lybrand (Now PricewaterhouseCoopers) as well as senior management positions in several successful entrepreneurial ventures in the telecom and wireless industry. Prior to getting into the telecom industry, Mr. Eames spent eight years in advertising and marketing. He received his BA from Hobart College and his MBA from The Tuck School, Dartmouth College.

“I look forward to working with the rest of the board as we grow TEMIA’s membership and broaden the vision and mission of TEMIA beyond traditional TEM. TEMIA presents a special opportunity to share information and partner with other members in a non-threatening environment.”

David Sonenstein, TEMIA Secretary; Executive Director, Ezwim

Having been a member of the TEMIA Ethics Committee, I am thrilled to be expanding my role within TEMIA’s leadership. In my leadership role at Ezwim, as a wholesale provider to TEM/WEM/MMS firms, I bring a unique perspective to TEMIA. I am amazed how, even in an industry as competitive as ours; members can come together and collectively raise the standards of quality in our solutions and our relationships with each other.

I have worked in the technology space since 2000, more than half of that time in TEM specifically. Since 2012, I have been assisting TEMIA members expand their service capabilities both domestically and internationally. I have developed mutually beneficial relationships with several members of the organization. This has given me the opportunity to understand their business models, goals, and helped drive many members into new revenue streams. If you are in the space but not participating in TEMIA, you are certainly missing out.


Jane Sydlowski, At-Large Board Member; President of AMI Strategies

The TEM industry is drastically changing the way Enterprises manage their technology estate. With the rapid growth of IoT initiatives, Unified Communications and more, managing inventory, licenses, and mobile “things while making certain the associated invoices are correct, is a tremendous and complicated endeavor. TEM companies have used their expertise and invested millions of dollars to simplify the madness. I am honored to serve on the board of TEMIA to help this unique industry with standards, ethics and empowerment.

During AMI Strategies’ 25-year history under, AMI has been recognized among the Deloitte Fast 500 Public and Private Technology Companies, Inc 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies, and Crain’s Best Places to Work.

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