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These 50 + members of TEMIA focus on Technology Expense Management and Telecom Expense Management, (TEM), Managed Mobility Services (MMS), Mobile Expense Management, Mobile Device Management, MDM, Enterprise Mobility Management, EMM, cloud services, call accounting, bill payment and more. TEMIA members subscribe to a Code of Ethics, which clearly establishes standards and differentiates their level of commitment to their clients.

4TelecomHelp, Inc.

Accenture

Accuity

AetherPal

AMI Strategies

AOTMP

Arkadin

Arrow Value Recovery

Asentinel

Assignet

Auditmacs

Avotus Corporation

Blue Hill Research

Calero

Cimpl

Clearsky Mobility

Comdata

 Comview Corp

Dimension Data

Docapost

Dynamic ITAD

EFS

Ezwim

G Squared Wireless

Granite

GSG (Global Sourcing Group)

GuerraWilson Group

ICOMM

Inspiredge IT Solutions

Invoice IQ

ISI Telemanagement Solutions

Juvo Technologies

Manage Mobility

MDSL

mindWireless

MOBI

Mobile Solutions Services

MTS AnchorPoint

Network Control

PCMG

RevolveMobile

Ruby Solberg

Saaswedo

Securranty

Tangoe

Tellenium

Valicom

Veropath

vCom

Webbing

Wireless Analytics

TEMIA, Technology Expense Management Industry Association Board Sets New Direction

Leaders Seek to Broaden TEMIA Scope and Improve Results for All Clients

At its March 20 meeting in New Orleans, members of the Technology Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA) elected six TEMIA Executive Board officers. Each year, there are elections for a portion of the board serving a two-year term.

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MOBI Executive Elected President of Leading Industry Organization

MOBI’s President Mitch Black is elected Technology Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA) President at annual meeting in New Orleans.

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MOBI Executive Elected President of TEMIA Leading Industry Organization

MOBI’s President Mitch Black is elected Technology Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA) President at annual meeting in New Orleans.

INDIANAPOLIS, March 23, 2017 – MOBI, a mobility management platform enabling enterprises to centralize, comprehend, and control their device ecosystems, is pleased to announce that its President, Mitch Black, has been elected President of the Technology Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA).

As President of MOBI, Black leads the company’s go-to-market strategy and organization. Leveraging his years of industry leadership experience and knowledge of the enterprise mobility space, Black works closely with the MOBI Co-Founders on the company’s overall direction while providing daily executive leadership. Black is also actively involved in many of the sales, marketing, and client success aspects of the company and manages MOBI’s strategic partnerships and industry relationships. Born and raised in rural Indiana, he attended Marian College (now University). Today, he lives with his wife and four children in Carmel and supports several Indianapolis-area nonprofit organizations.

Black is excited to begin his tenure as President of TEMIA, and envisions a bright future for the organization. “The digital transformation of the workplace is radically reshaping the way work is done in every industry and organization. Mobility is leading the proliferation of connected devices, and ultimately, the evolution of traditional Telecom Expense Management (TEM). I’m honored to serve TEMIA as President, and I’m excited to serve the organization as we navigate this migration from legacy TEM to a more encompassing connected device ecosystem in the enterprise and better serve our members.”

Joe Basili, TEMIA Managing Director, said “It is great to have Mitch Black assume as TEMIA President. His vision for TEMIA aligns well with the direction TEMIA and its members are moving towards out of traditional TEM and into a range of services and value proposition that is broader and more ambitious. I look forward to working with him and the new board.”

Founded in 2009, MOBI’s platform helps organizations achieve greater visibility, increased efficiency, enhanced control, and reduced costs associated with their mobility programs. MOBI manages more than 900,000 connected devices and has been successfully implemented nationally and abroad by the world’s leading brands.

MOBI sets itself apart with its software-first enterprise solutions. Most mobility management vendors lead with services; their product is ancillary. Whereas it’s MOBI’s software that enables its services to deliver more value to customers. MOBI’s best-in-class analytics tools drive intelligent customer decision-making, and its robust and scalable architecture offers the ability to expand with customers’ connectivity needs.

“TEMIA is a terrific organization leading the advancement of our industry,” said Scott Kraege, Co-Founder and CEO of MOBI. “Mitch’s continued engagement and election within TEMIA mirrors his leadership, strategic direction, and innovation at MOBI.”

About MOBI:

MOBI is a mobility management platform enabling enterprises to centralize, comprehend, and control their entire device ecosystems. Our industry-leading cloud software saves your program money and satisfies all global enterprise needs. Learn more about our mobility solutions and software at http://mobiwm.com/.

About TEMIA:

TEMIA’s ongoing mission is to raise awareness, to improve the quality and value of solutions and to cultivate shared industry knowledge for Technology Expense Management, Telecommunications Management, Telecom Expense Management, TEM, Mobile Expense Management, Managed Mobility Solutions, MMS, Mobile Device Management MDM and Enterprise Mobility Management, EMM solutions. TEMIA seeks to do this through the development and promotion of open industry standards, and industry knowledge among solutions providers, business partners, telecom service providers, and enterprise clients. Further, TEMIA members subscribe to a Code of Ethics, which clearly establishes standards and differentiates their level of commitment to their clients.

Learn more about TEMIA online at www.temia.org

Internet of Things, M2M, More Connections Are Bullish for the Industry

The connections with IoT, M2M and other applications will have lower incremental costs compared to smartphones, but there will be a huge increase in volume which enterprises need to manage. The Internet of Things (IoT) will overtake mobile phones as the largest category of connected devices by 2018 according to  Ericson’s Mobility Report. Machina Research predicts that 44% of IT budgets will be dedicated to IoT in four years.

Managing this exponential volume places a premium on more efficient systems to track assets, costs associated with those assets and provide reporting. In this new world, MMS, (Managed Mobility Service), WEM (Wireless Expense Management) and TEM (Telecom/Technology Expense Management) systems become more critical.

Just when critics complain about growth, the market shifts and providers innovate. TEMIA sees the market expanding as its members gain more business. The market is shifting from Capital Expenditures (CapEx) to Operations Expenditures (OpEx) with IT infrastructure moving to the cloud.  The differences are complex as highlighted by CIO, but one critical difference with OpEx is the need to continually track, report and manage ongoing expenses rather than CapEx which involve big expenditures once or a few times.  This has many parallels to managing telecom expenses. TEMIA changed its name from the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association to the Technology Expense Management Industry Association to reflect the shift. Opportunities within the existing client base will grow dramatically over the next few years and this industry is best positioned to address enterprises’ needs.

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