Breakfast Briefing: How To Effectively Manage Your Business’ Mobile Spend
The smartphone has dramatically changed the mobile landscape in the last 15 years, but many organisations are still engaging with their carrier’s airtime using the same models from that long ago! Just as the devices themselves have transformed, so has the need to adapt the models used for procuring airtime and devices.
Carrier deals can often be confusing and complex. Whilst initially you may feel you’ve been provided with a great deal from a carrier, they have in fact locked you into an inflexible contract for 3 or 4 years with no room for manoeuvre should the market place change. The mobile market is susceptible to new developments and advancements such as 5G, whereby data usage is expected to rapidly double, which will have significant impacts upon static fixed contracts.
Business employees are prone to breaching usage allowances, uncontrolled roaming and companies paying for unused services, bill shock is commonplace, costing businesses far over-the-odds and profiting the mobile networks.
It’s time to take back control of your mobile spending
Join us on Wednesday 20th March at 8.30am at The Mercer, Threadneedle Street for a full English breakfast and to find out how you can release 20% or more from your mobile budget. The agenda will cover:
- Why businesses overspend on mobiles
- How carriers secretly generate excess profits
- Why tech funds cost more than you think
- Why contract terms are as important as tariffs
- Key objectives when negotiating
- Creating your plan
Everyone who attends will be entitled to a free Health Check which will provide comprehensive insights into your mobile network costs, usage trends and airtime contract & pricing.
*This event is for end-users of Enterprise businesses only.
Managed Mobile Network & Device Specialist
Matt’s worked in the telecoms market for over 20 years, helping IT, Finance and Procurement teams to develop a joined-up approach to managing telecom expenses, procurement as well as more recently developing Mobliciti’s own mobile network and device lifecycle services. Matt has led contract negotiation and expense management projects both in the UK and internationally for companies including HSBC, Clifford Chance, McDonald’s, Tesco and HomeServe.
Chief Technology Officer
Andy joined Mobliciti in June 2015 as the Operations Director, responsible for Customer Support, Engineering, Project Management and Internal Operations and Systems and has most recently transitioned into the role of Chief Technology Officer. His previous role as Global Head of Mobile Engineering at HSBC meant that Andy was responsible for 70,000 Smartphone and Tablet devices globally. He also implemented the first BYOD and managed iPad solutions into HSBC.
Did You Know?
Mobliciti offers a variety of Managed Airtime options tailored to each of our customer’s needs, and as part of the service, we’ll provide in-depth modelling of your current usage to ensure we find the right model to fit your business profile. It also means we’ll proactively manage your mobile airtime, connections, devices and security ensuring you have the flexibility to adapt to any future business or market changes