There’s too much going on

When was the last time you took a close look at your mobility processes? Wireless services involve some of the most complex change-management processes in B2B. As your mobility fleet grows, so does the administration, systems involved, and expense. Cost-containment has traditionally focused on the wireless provider's bill, but there are even bigger costs involved with the inventory and processes you manage.

Too many people

Take a long look at all the people needed to provision and deploy wireless technology. You’ll see many different stakeholders all participating in your wireless process. The wireless coordinator, who oversees the administration of your wireless services, works with all the stakeholders to ensure connectivity to your employees. Wireless provisioning is not an easy or straightforward process. SimplifyWireless standardizes the process so your organization can be as efficient as possible.


Too many systems

Just think about all the portals needed to use to manage your wireless program. From internal IT systems designed to manage a request to vendor systems that provides billing information, each is operating in stand-alone silos of data. This approach leaves the telecom administrator to develop multiple desk-swivel processes and workflows to leverage each of these systems. Some customers attempt to integrate these systems with their vendor before quickly realizing that the integration they created only addresses a small part of the lifecycle of a device or mobile subscription. SimplifyWireless gives you one dependable and efficient system.


Too much process

Unlike the computer monitor you purchased for your organization, there are about 100 things that could change during the lifecycle of a phone number, a device, or your employee. If you don’t manage it properly with your provider, it will translate to surprise charges when an employee travels or forgets to turn in their device. SimplifyWireless enables wireless customers to take control of the change management process with their vendors by standardizing the process.


Too much raw data

Most organizations have multiple systems involved in managing different facets of the wireless process. This dynamic makes it impossible to properly collect and evaluate the data. The traditional approach is to use Excel spreadsheets to track the assignment data including employee, cost coding, device inventory, and provisioning information. These spreadsheets are often reconciled against the monthly bill by the finance department each month, adding up to too many employee hours invested in reconciling the mobility charges and services. Finally, SimplifyWireless allows you to keep all your data in one place.



Mobility management has too many people

Your mobility ecosystem is riddled with internal and external stakeholders to manage the process

Mobility management has too many systems

Your mobility ecosystem uses several different systems to manage the data

Mobility management has too much process

Your mobility ecosystem has several processes with different workflows, people, and systems

Mobility management has too much data

Your mobility ecosystem produces endless amounts of billing, inventory and change management data

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