A Managed Mobility Service (MMS) ensures compliance with an organization’s environment by procuring, deploying, and maintaining mobile and remote worker devices. The IT department of an enterprise is at ease as workloads decrease by using Managed Mobility Services Providers (MMSPs). The MMSPs manage multiple device platforms. The MMS interface allows workers to communicate and interact with resources they could not access while using a PC, such as databases, business email, and other corporate content. In this case, an MMS server delivers the interpreted content to mobile apps.
Sometimes, MMS and MWM (Mobile Workforce Management) are confused with one another. However, MMS connects employees working outside the office to applications, servers, databases, and management. In contrast, MWM vendors typically provide both software and services, targeting field-based workers, such as utility workers.
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According to the market database, mobile apps have become more common among businesses and have become more popular. Due to this increased usage, companies are increasingly looking for Telecom Expense Management (TEM) solutions and cost-effective ways of managing enterprise mobility. The trend explains itself as various Managed Service Providers (MSPs) have taken advantage of this supply-demand gap and started delivering MMS solutions to businesses looking for cost-efficient bundled mobility solutions. Internet consumption by mobile devices has increased globally, leading to the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend. Additionally, companies demand diverse solutions that enable workers to perform various office tasks regardless of their location through real-time collaboration and access to business information. As a result, the need for MMS increases.
The adoption of MMS solutions is high among Small and Medium Businesses (SMEs) since these services do not require the expansion of IT resources since they are managed comprehensively by MSPs. In addition, the United States and Canada specifically are adopting MMS solutions at a rapid pace since mobile devices among organizations in these regions for seamless employee connections are high. According to the market database, compliance with industry-specific regulations, such as Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) for healthcare and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) for financial services, encourage MMS solutions across these verticals.
Tangoe’s Latest Developments
According to the market database, Tangoe, a managed mobility services company, has expanded its Unified Communication as a Service (UCaaS) expense management service. The Tangoe One cloud solution help companies navigate the challenges of a new work-from-anywhere environment where real-time communications, discussions, and collaborations are essential.
The cloud-based expense management renders accurate, near real-time reporting, analytics, and alerts. With popular cloud-based, unified communication platforms like Zoom, enterprises can drive new productivity levels and accelerate their bottom line.
As the workforce undergoes a rapid and massive transformation towards a hybrid model where employees can work flexibly from home or an office, businesses must ensure that communications are ubiquitous, unified, and always available to keep people connected. In addition to providing accessibility to cloud-based UCaaS, expense management solutions make it possible for organizations to keep track of how cloud-based usage affects their bottom line.
In UCaaS, disparate communications strategies and solutions combine into a single, comprehensive offering. According to the market database, it eliminates the complexity associated with enterprise programs. It includes cost and usage monitoring, traffic, trend analysis, rate plan, pricing validation, and invoicing.
Tangoe and AVANT, a financial technology company, recently merged Telecom Expense Management (TEM) and Managed Mobility Services (MMS) into AVANT’s ecosystem. The technology solutions enable customers to navigate change in the IT market. As a result of the partnership, the TEM strategy is now available to a broader audience across multiple industries. In addition to offering AVANT a portfolio of technology expense management solutions, the company provides customers with Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), logistics, and help desk services in a work-from-anywhere environment. According to the market database, Avant customers benefit from actionable insights, expense management, and workflow automation.
Organizations worldwide recognize that they need accelerated digital strategies and solutions to remain competitive and keep up as technology advances. The Managed Mobility Service market and its 10-year business outlook can be understood using Global Market Database.