Telesoft selected by State of Arizona for telecom expense management platform

a provider of telecom expense management (TEM) software and services, announced
it has been selected by the State of Arizona to provide TEM software and

Telesoft will manage more than $36 million in fixed
telecom spend for the State, spanning 675 locations that are supplied by 46
vendors. In addition, Telesoft is also responsible for managing receipt and
payment of the State’s 7,500 mobile devices accounting for more than $4 million
in expenditure.

State budgets are under immense scrutiny and pressures
to reduce expenses are always present,” said Gary Hensley, chief networking
officer for the State of Arizona.

The State of Arizona will utilize Telesoft for both its
expertise in invoice processing software and services. These Telesoft solutions
reduce telecom expenses by managing the entire lifecycle of an invoice from
receipt through payment all while validating and disputing erroneous charges.

Telesoft will directly invoice state agencies on behalf
of the State for their use of telecom services. Telesoft will then collect
payment from those agencies to ensure that each agency is responsible for their
part of the State’s expenditures as a whole. This chargeback provides
accountability for expenses across the organization and helps reduce overall
telecom costs.

Telesoft’s selection by the State of Arizona as their
TEM provider is a testament to the value of TEM and the reliability of Telesoft
products and services,” said Thierry Zerbib, chief executive officer and
co-founder of Telesoft.

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