The complexity of telecommunications technologies, contracts and billing make it difficult for enterprises to assure that they have competitive pricing and terms, and maximum flexibility to respond to changing business needs.
NPI’s telecom spend management services give our clients that assurance.
NPI consultants have assessed and negotiated thousands of telecom purchases – they know the ropes and accelerate clients’ ability to analyze current spend; shop rates, discounts and credits across carriers to get the optimal service at the optimal price and terms; and rationalize disparate offerings so clients can compare apples to apples.
And as the distinction between telecom and IT blurs, NPI’s breadth of coverage across the full spectrum of interrelated technologies is unmatched in the spend management consulting industry.
Over 95% of the clients we advise find that they are overspending on some aspect of telecom. NPI serves as a temporary expansion of their sourcing team, providing expert bandwidth that helps them cut data center, call center and general business telecom expenses faster.
NPI focuses specifically on telecom sourcing and contract optimization– the areas that deliver the most immediate impact to the budget. Our service is self-funding and our fees are 100% results-driven. NPI is not a reseller or agent, so our analysis and advice is vendor-agnostic. NPI’s voice, data and mobility spend management services include:
In addition to the strategic sourcing services listed above, NPI also offers a flexible suite of TEM Managed Services so clients can outsource telecom expense management business processes and eliminate the need for on-premisme or hosted TEM software and hardware.
One of the fastest and easiest ways to understand how NPI helps reduce telecom expenses is to check out our client success stories. Read about our client’s results >
To talk about how to reduce your telecom spending – sometimes dramatic savings can be achieved in less than 60 days – contact us.
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There has been no shortage of discussion around the pros and cons of BYOD, but one question
that hasn’t been explored is this: How will BYOD impact carrier contracts?
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