The Costs of Ignoring Telecom Expense Management

 
 
By Kevin Donoghue  |  Posted 2010-09-26 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Challenge No. 6: The Costs of ignoring TEM

You're all too familiar with the struggle to articulate the value and cost justification of new programs. This is not the case with TEM programs. TEM programs deliver savings. Savings from these programs come from four core areas: improved decision making, expense validation and recovery of billing errors, cost avoidance, and automation of manual processes such as automated invoice processing.

Automated invoice processing helps organizations manage a wide range of billing formats from telecom service providers-formats from electronic data interchange (EDI) to HTML to CD-ROM. The complexity and range of telecom services make it challenging for most enterprises to manage these expenses internally. You can save on labor by automating data gathering, report creation and usage chargebacks.

Kevin Donoghue is President of Telesoft. Kevin has over 20 years of extensive sales and management experience and a proven track record of building successful companies in the enterprise software industry. Kevin is responsible for leading company strategy and operations at Telesoft. Prior to joining Telesoft, Kevin served as vice president of sales for NetPro Computing, where he grew company revenue 200 percent over a four-year period (ultimately resulting in an acquisition by Quest Software in 2008).

Kevin's previous positions include senior vice president of sales and marketing at Intesource, vice president of Americas Operations at Viasoft, and Sales Executive, IBM Corporation. Kevin holds dual degrees in both Accounting and Marketing from Drexel University. He can be reached at kdonoghue@telesoft.com.




 
 
 
 
Kevin Donoghue is President of Telesoft. Kevin has over 20 years of extensive sales and management experience and a proven track record of building successful companies in the enterprise software industry. Kevin is responsible for leading company strategy and operations at Telesoft. Prior to joining Telesoft, Kevin served as vice president of sales for NetPro Computing, where he grew company revenue 200 percent over a four-year period (ultimately resulting in an acquisition by Quest Software in 2008). Kevin's previous positions include senior vice president of sales and marketing at Intesource, vice president of Americas Operations at Viasoft, and Sales Executive, IBM Corporation. Kevin holds dual degrees in both Accounting and Marketing from Drexel University. He can be reached at kdonoghue@telesoft.com.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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