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Over the years, mobile phones provided by companies to their employees have evolved from a simple way to communicate while outside of the office, to incentives in their benefit packages
Workforce efficiency, flexibility, productivity and commitment being the key to a company’s success, mobility management has become a challenge that should not be overlooked.
Managed Cloud, managed PBX, managed servers, managed connectivity, managed LAN, security or printing: why should we make an exception of mobility management?
A cost effective solution
With all corners of a company connected to the Internet, an increasing mobility of the workforce and more and more BYOD policies, an efficient and secured mobility management system can be utterly complex, thus costing a lot of resources to design, implement and maintain.
In order to avoid huge expenses and investments in soon-to-be-obsolete devices, softwares, licenses and knowledge (as in: qualified human resources), more and more companies seek a partner to take over this task for a reasonable price. And that’s the smart move! A managed mobility solution usually results in lower costs, thanks to the pooling of technical and human resources between several companies.
Simply get your mobile fleet management off your plate
Most of the time, mobile fleet management is done in addition to other tasks and missions in your IT or HR department. And, most of the time, this is not a priority.
In order to fully take this challenge off your company’s hands, a managed mobility provider should proactively offer a range of unavoidable services, from the implementation of the mobile fleet to its day-to-day management:
Setup of specific-to-your-needs users’ profiles and user groups: categories of jobs (sales representatives, marketing officers, administration, managers, assistants, construction site supervisor, driver, courier, etc.), billing arrangements, cost centers, data, voice and SMS/MMS volumes, additional services or licenses, etc.