The Telecom Expense Management Industry Association (TEMIA) today announced that five new companies have joined the group. More new member signings are expected with recent program expansion and a reduction of membership fees that TEMIA says demonstrates its financial strength.
The TEM market is growing as more organizations learn about the opportunity to improve supply chain management for telecom expenses and reduce expenses through optimizing inefficient processes.
“TEMIA is ideally positioned to drive adoption of key performance benchmarks and metrics across the industry. We are eager to contribute to that effort in a meaningful way,” said David C. Snow, vice president, Customer and Field Operations for Cerylion.
TEMIA says it is well positioned to help enterprises and TEM providers by developing industry standards for electronic bonding, electronic billing, and augmenting overall service quality. The association also says it occupies a niche that does not compete with other analysts or firms that offer educational programs.
The association is expanding overseas with the recent addition of a member with headquarters in France and new signings expected from other firms based in Europe, Latin America, Canada, India, and Asia.