Here at Bill Police, we live by Benchmarking. After all, as the saying goes: you get what you measure. BUT you have to know where to start measuring. Benchmarking not only allows you to take a snapshot of where you started but also allows easy comparison to measure success. For instance, take a look at […]
Recently we have had some enlightening discussions about what wireless management is and most certainly what it is NOT. We were shocked by some of the things we heard and wanted to address it directly to clarify some concepts in the industry. First, take a look at this article where one of our “Competitors” […]
Still Protecting Your Wireless Rights….. Our Customers who has these plans are set for this increase in usage, but are you? Only 2 more days to take advantage of Verizon’s More Everything Promotional Plans! Customers can get double the data for the same great price on select plan options; see options below but they […]
We have had so many discussions regarding COST AVOIDANCE vs COST SAVINGS that we decided to write a blog about it to clarify the concepts.
First, we’ll look at Cost Savings definition, then Cost Avoidance definition and then a comparison of the two concepts. We’ll use the graphic below to illustrate, and we’ll deal in apples because that analogy seems to work (apple examples also helps when using our comparisons, that is, apples to apples – the old fashioned kind).
How the heck do you find wireless industry standard pricing? Well, you don’t – it’s close to impossible unless you know someone directly in the business.
Unless you do have the help of a WEM provider, searching for this data can be difficult – as you can see on RCR Wireless’ site here. No, that is not a broken link. RCR is terrific in their data retrieval and culling so we are thinking they are having trouble getting into summary data on market trends as well.
Hey Everyone! Its tax time again and we wanted to remind you of a tax relief benefit given to companies paying their employee mobile phones.
Here are links two great articles from Philip Redmond (Gartner Research) that will help explain these specific tax benefits and what they can do for your business. Hope you find this helpful during this 2011 tax season!