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3 Ways Managed Mobility Services (MMS) Drives Success Within Your Organization

3 Ways Managed Mobility Services (MMS) Drives Success Within Your Organization

3 Ways Managed Mobility Services (MMS) Drives Success Within Your Organization

More and more enterprises are moving to managed mobility services (MMS) because of the clear benefits. Outsourcing the end-to-end management of your mobile environment allows you to leverage providers with the expertise and resources to implement and manage your organization's wireless lifecycle while freeing up your internal resources - your team's time and your department's budget. That way you can focus on more strategic transformational initiatives. 

How exactly will MMS help drive success in your organization? Let’s take a look.

Efficiency reduces your team's stress and bolsters productivity

We are always looking for ways to make our business more efficient. Tapping into an enterprise MMS solution allows you to take mobility related tasks off your IT team’s laundry list. Things like ordering and kitting devices, managing vendor relationships and complex invoices, renegotiating contracts, etc. By outsourcing these tasks, either partially or in full, you give the team the opportunity to focus on more projects that will directly benefit your business and its bottom line.

Employee productivity will also increase with the use of MMS. When a device is broken or the end user needs service, your designated MMS provider will be there to help assist and resolve the issue at hand. This allows your end users to get back to their tasks quicker, increasing overall productivity and profitability.

Cost Savings = Bigger Budget 

We’re all looking for ways to save money within our organizations. MMS helps enterprises get the most out of their telecom and technology expenditures which saves money in their overall budget. 

Money saved can be repurposed into other strategic initiatives within the organization. The cost savings benefit, in many cases 35% or more, is enough of a reason alone for organizations to consider the opportunities managed mobility services provide. By working with an MMS provider, you cut down on IT expenses, reduce fees, and gain visibility and transparency into your organization’s mobile device spending.

In many companies we've worked with, this cost savings has gone directly toward driving digital transformation through more strategic IT initiatives. You can take a look at one of our case studies here.

End-to-end management leads to higher security 

One of your enterprise's most vulnerable resources are its mobile devices. 

Security should always be a top priority for your organization when managing mobile services. Whether your organization uses a “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) policy, or offers a company owned device program, it is paramount that security measures are placed on all mobile devices that are intended to be used in the workplace. Being proactive about security within your company avoids the risk of data breaches which could become detrimental to your organization’s wellbeing.

At Cannon Group, we are an end-to-end enterprise MMS provider and ensure all your business critical applications are installed securely on each device. We constantly monitor your mobile infrastructure for security cracks. And if/when security breaches do happen, we work methodically to provide the lowest mean time to resolution possible.

How Cannon Can Help

MMS is not something companies should brush aside. Most enterprises are already working with a MMS provider and taking advantage of the benefits. In today’s world having the competitive edge can mean the difference in your business.

We realize there are many MMS providers out there for you to choose from. When you partner with Cannon Group, we provide your organization with a 100% guarantee that your savings will exceed our fees. We have the expertise, tools, and resources to help you implement and manage your mobile environment from start to finish.

Our end-to-end management of your technology solutions focuses on actually taking things off your plate. That way, you and your team can focus on more strategic initiatives.

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