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SOURCE: Bower Communications
Spending pitfalls predate, compounded by mobility trends
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
NPI, a leading spend management consulting firm, predicts increased overspending on enterprise wireless investments in the coming year. As the number of wireless devices in the enterprise grows, companies will suffer from reduced visibility and increasingly decentralized management of wireless costs.
NPI estimates that the average enterprise overpays 30 to 40 percent for wireless services. Despite the anticipated cost savings delivered by trends in wireless access and bring your own device (BYOD), many enterprises will still experience higher wireless costs in 2013.
According to NPI’s research, the most common cost increases and overspending pitfalls will be attributed to:
“The conditions have never been more ripe for overspending on wireless services and telecom technology. The cost management and spending pitfalls surround enterprises on all sides – from the very trends driving wireless usage to the intentionally complex plans and carrier agreements. Companies must have a plan in place to protect themselves from these risks,” said Jon Winsett, CEO, NPI.
For more information on NPI’s telecom advisory services for voice, data and mobility, please visit http://www.npifinancial.com/telecom-cost-reduction-expense-management/.
NPI is a spend management consulting firm that protects companies from overspending in specific cost categories – information technology, telecommunication and transportation. Using a combination of market experts, proprietary methodologies and extensive data, NPI ensures that prices and terms are best-in-class.. Reviewing more than 14,000 purchases annually, NPI provides objective oversight for billions of dollars of strategic spend for its clients. To learn more about how NPI can help your company start saving today, visit http://www.npifinancial.com or call 404-591-7500.
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