At LAM Technology, we review and organize all of your bills and contracts to provide you with a better understanding of the services you are using today, including actual pricing and terms. We couple that information with input from you to develop a custom solution that best meets your current and future telecom needs.
Our Analysis will:
Identify redundant services: In many cases, organizations don’t restrict who can add or modify services. This can lead to multiple people ordering the same services and creating duplicates. Each person also may not take the care to research and understand the cost implications of ordering these services.
Eliminate unused services: Over the years, new services are added that are intended to replace, enhance, and reduce the costs of your current services. In some cases, you may continue to be billed for services that you believed to be disconnected.
Uncover obsolete services: Telecommunications is rapidly advancing in terms of technology. A service that may have been the best fit for you one year ago may have an alternative service or technology that better meets your needs at a fraction of the cost today.
Identify overspend: The cost of most services tend to decrease year after year. Unless you have a proactive approach to benchmark your rates, it is likely that your costs are too high compared to what is currently available. This overspend can be exacerbated if you didn’t get a competitive rate to begin with, or you are with a carrier that charges a premium.
Measure success: Our findings and telecom analysis report gives us a snap shot of your existing services and their associated costs. This allows us to later measure the level of success achieved by our solution and negotiations.
Leverage experience: LAM’s extensive knowledge in telecom solutions, analysis and negotiations gives you a leg-up when fine-tuning your telecom infrastructure. This experience, coupled with our employees’ work history with large telecommunications carriers, makes us well-suited to identify areas of improvement as well as inferior contract rates and terms.