Why Enterprises Need to Improve Their Vendor Selection Processes

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Why Enterprises Need to Improve Their Vendor Selection Processes

Why Enterprises Need to Improve Their Vendor Selection Processes

All telecom and IT vendors affect the performance and efficiency – or lack thereof – of an enterprise’s fixed and mobile telecom environment. Through their products, services and information they provide, vendors wield significant influence on how well a telecom environment functions. However, organizations often find out too late that a vendor’s capabilities do not match business requirements. The problem is avoidable, but the fix requires enterprises to champion a sweeping shift in mindset (hint: choosing a vendor on lowest price rarely proves wise), and apply and adhere to some key philosophies. Telecom management professionals and industry vendors keen on understanding the importance and influence of vendors within the Telecom Management Ecosystem, and the value of selecting the right vendor based on business need, will want to read this report from AOTMP’s Telecom Management Ecosystem Research Practice.

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Scott is heavily involved in AOTMP’s Performance Scoring and Research teams. In his role, he helps organizations understand their current financial, operational and technical efficiency position relative to industry peers in order to identify areas of strength and opportunity.

He also serves as subject matter expert and consultant for AOTMP’s Research & Advisory solution, helping both enterprises and vendors  confront and mitigate the challenges that exist within their organizations while improving understanding of fixed and mobile telecom management trends that drive the industry. With over 20 years of telecom and IT management industry experience, Scott has authored numerous publications and served as a featured presenter in many speaking engagements within the practice of fixed and mobile telecom management.

2018-02-04T18:49:09+00:00 July 1st, 2017|Categories: Published, Research Agenda|Tags: |