Tag Archives: Mobile Device Management
Enhances real-time expense management offering with bill shock prevention and extends partner distribution channels
Orange, Conn., January 10, 2012 — Tangoe, Inc. (NASDAQ: TNGO), a leading global provider of on-demand Communications Lifecycle Management (CLM) software and related services, announced that it has acquired privately held Anomalous Networks, a leading provider of Real-Time Telecom Expense Management (rTEM) software solutions.
rTEM is a critical cost containment capability that enhances both mobile Telecom Expense Management (TEM) and Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions. For TEM solutions, rTEM shifts the expense management focus from post bill receipt to the actual point of consumption, reducing or proactively preventing the cost impacts of unnecessary overages. For MDM solutions, rTEM provides a rapidly deployed, easily configurable cost management capability that goes beyond traditional device security and control, enabling a more effective and complete solution. Based on its immediate and predictive cost containment nature, rTEM is an essential component in the elimination of “bill shock” or the unexpected receipt of large mobile services bills by individuals and organizations of all sizes.
Critical Capabilities for Mobile Device Management Report by Leading Industry Analyst Firm Includes Zenprise MobileManager
- Report analyzes 13 MDM companies
- Zenprise believes report demonstrates industry leadership
- Categories include security & compliance, device diversity and network service management
Redwood City, CA, August 9, 2011 - Zenprise®, Inc., a leading provider of mobile device management software, today announced that the recently released Gartner Critical Capabilities for Mobile Device Management (MDM) Report (M. Basso, P. Redmen / July 29, 2011) can now be accessed from the Zenprise web site. For the report, which provides quantitative ratings for a selection of enterprise MDM offerings, Gartner reviewed 13 vendors across 10 critical capabilities and seven use cases.