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… feed the poor, grow a tree, help the rain forest, support ministry’s, aid battered women’s shelters, feed the pet’s from the local no-kill shelter are all good works cell phone recycling currently benefit and all demographics are willing to engage.
The knowledgeable use of automation is a real key to efficiently managing, competing and generally surviving in such dangerous economic waters. Continue reading
One of the key indicators your company has a dynamic Best-in-Class mobility device optimization program is setting alerts in place to reliably focus your expense management team on the various spend/usage categories associated with your active wireless inventory. Integrity Communications provides this management by exception as a Best Practice discipline your wireless management program should require. You need an automated software application that provides a centralized data base for all wireless devices regardless of carrier. Continue reading
There is nothing like a finely tuned car humming down the highway all cylinders performing optimally. When some of the cylinders are missing, the car will make progress but not perform up to the desired standard. The same is true of a cell phone recycling (CPR) program instituted by a Not-For-Profit (NFP). For the best possible results to bless the participating NFP please consider these 6 Cylinders For Optimum Donor/Benefit Performance:
Individual Liable V Corporate Liable; Which Is Best For Your Enterprises Wireless Device Environment?
Corporate Captains are asking themselves which is the best way for my company to get the greatest bang for our wireless bucks, Individual Liable (IL – employee owned cell phones & Smartphones) or Corporate Liable (CL). Continue reading
Many confidently assert their current organizations telecom cost is about where it should be. But as time moves on their increasing carrier costs and ongoing experience tells them they should let others with trained eyes take a second look. This wisdom is usually well founded.
Those telecom contracts you signed a year or two ago … are they still competitive? The facts are, not likely! Continue reading