County Taps TEM Firm to Slash Wireless Bills

— September 19, 2011

The County of Riverside, Calif., is contracting with wireless mobility management and cybersecurity solutions provider WidePoint Corporation, via its iSYS subsidiary, for wireless telecom bill auditing and costs reduction services under iSYS’ proprietary telecom expense management (TEM) services.
 
Initially, iSYS will perform a county-wide telecom services bill audit to analyze the county's current inventory of wireless assets and services for the purpose of reducing its overall costs and in order to optimize services and maximize the county's ROI. The audit will analyze current and past bills, optimize current services, reduce cost of current plans, and obtain refunds and credits from carriers for previous overcharging.  
 
iSYS TEM solutions combine telecom industry expertise, managed services and the company's award-winning, proprietary, customizable Web-based portal - ITMS for "Intelligent Telecommunication Management System" - to drive efficiency and cost reduction.
 
ITMS is recognized for meeting U.S. Department of Defense's Gold Disk Standard for Data Security. iSYS TEM services include wireless service contracts administration, invoice management and auditing, rate plan optimization, inventory management; management reporting, contract optimization, ordering and procurement, bill payment, dispute recovery, and device disposition and disposal.

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