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Why You Should Make Network Expense Management a Priority
APRIL, 2010

For CFOs, CIOs, VPs of Finance and IT, and other leadership roles in business.

There are only two instances when senior executives are aware of the network; either when it stops working or when a large bill comes in for it. Although a company can't operate without one, it doesn't exactly captivate leadership's imaginations and it isn't at the top of the budget line items. Sadly, telecommunications is the Rodney Dangerfield of IT.

image compSo why bother managing its cost? Three good reasons:

  1. It provides a continuous stream of savings
  2. The knowledge obtained can be put to use in other areas of the business, and
  3. It can build a bridge between the finance and IT/Telecom departments.

This month's article is about making managing network expenses a priority. The PowerPoint (Why Network Savings is Worth It) we published got a lot of hits and we decided to flesh it out with a case summary. We took the tech out and put the dollars in so even the most uninvolved CFO or CIO title will get a glimpse of what's at stake. Click here to read the article.

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