My primary goal as TEMIA President is to lead the association into its next era. Most of our members no longer consider themselves as pure TEMs. Instead they are software or services companies that incorporate expense management as a component of larger offerings driven by the digital transformation of the workplace. TEMIA needs to attract and recruit companies participating in MMS, MAM, UEM, EMM, M2M/IoT, App Dev and areas related to the proliferation of connected devices. I am honored and excited to work with the board to address this and other important industry issues. As President of MOBI, Mitch Black leads the company’s go-to market strategy and organization, contributing to the overall growth and operations.  Mitch works closely with the MOBI co-founders on the company’s overall direction while providing daily executive leadership with the MOBI team. Prior to his position at MOBI, Mitch spent 20 years in other executive positions in the mobility industry, leading such companies as BrightPoint, BrightStar, PCS Wireless and Verizon Wireless. He began his career in a sales position for a GTE Mobilnet (now Verizon Wireless). Born and raised in rural Indiana, he attended Marian College (now University). Today, he lives with his wife and four children, serves on the board of Jameson Camp and TEMIA, and supports several Indianapolis-area non-profit organizations.