[newsfactor] Enterprises will overspend on wireless service costs by an average of 15 percent through 2014, according to Gartner. Implementing voice and data management can reduce costs, according to Aberdeen, which said it's not uncommon to find live cell phones tossed in a box. New plans are available and outsourcing management can be worthwhile.
Are you spending too much on your enterprise Relevant Products/Services wireless service? If you're like most large companies, the answer is an overwhelming yes.
About 80 percent of enterprises will overspend on wireless service costs by an average of 15 percent through 2014, according to Gartner. As mobility has grown among enterprises, Gartner said, costs have also grown. The good news is you can curb wireless costs if you understand contracts, data Relevant Products/Services usage, roaming and mobility management.
"Our research shows that the majority of companies are not adequately managing their mobile users or services," said Phil Redman, research vice president at Gartner. "They need to look more closely at their key user segments and requirements in order to match those needs with the right services and optimize their spending."
Managing Enterprise Wireless Costs Yields Big Savings