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MDSL Awarded AOTMP Efficiency First(R) Solution Certification

INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- (Marketwired) -- 02/27/14 -- AOTMP is pleased to announce that MDSL, a leader in expense management software solutions to multi-national enterprises, has become the first global TEM and WMM services vendor to be awarded the prestigious Efficiency First® Solution Certification.

During the extensive Efficiency First® Solution Certification program, the alignment of MDSL's fixed and mobile telecom management services was evaluated and certified against the Efficiency First® Framework v2.0, in addition to its capabilities being scored on performance and client experience.

AOTMP identified several notable MDSL strengths, including mature account management, robust implementation capabilities and strong reporting abilities, all of which illustrate MDSL's commitment to quality delivery against the client's defined scope of work.

Throughout the Efficiency First® Solution certification program, customers rated MDSL high in several performance satisfaction categories. Specific comments regarding MDSL's commitment to data integrity and expansive global knowledge were frequently expressed by its customers. MDSL professionals have implemented TEM in 65 countries; their domain knowledge, coupled with MDSL's process-driven approach to telecom management, drives positive results for clients with a global telecom footprint.

"AOTMP is thrilled for MDSL," said Timothy C. Colwell, Senior Vice President of Global Business Analytics at AOTMP. "MDSL is the first global TEM and WMM vendor to achieve certification. As enterprises seek to globalize their TEM program, they require proven global experience and MDSL demonstrated its global expertise throughout all stages of the Efficiency First® Solution Certification program."

MDSL's achievement serves as further recognition that MDSL is a leader in the global marketplace with an unparalleled commitment to excellence.

Ben Mendoza, MDSL CEO and founder, commented: "We are delighted to be the first global provider awarded certification under AOTMP's innovative Efficiency First® Vendor Program. We were particularly pleased to see key elements of MDSL's TEM and WMM proposition recognized in the scoring and to have our commitment to quality endorsed in the comments by our customers."

He continued: "Successfully deploying TEM globally brings different challenges and requires both a specific approach and a highly specialized set of skills. It is very gratifying to have MDSL's expertise and abilities in this area recognized and underwritten by AOTMP's rigorous benchmarking process."

To view a complete list of Efficiency First® Solution Certified Vendors, please visit efficiencyfirstdirectory.com.

ABOUT AOTMP

AOTMP, an information services company, is a leading authority on driving efficiency and performance into enterprise fixed and mobile telecom environments. Working hand-in-hand with both enterprises and industry vendors, AOTMP leverages business information to drive results. For more information, visit aotmp.com.

About MDSL

MDSL, a global market leader in telecom expense management (TEM) and lifecycle management solutions, provides award-winning software and services to assist enterprises with the management of over $6.5 billion in technology expenses annually. Established in 1995, MDSL holds ISO 27001 and Safe Harbor certification, and is a member of the TEM Industry Association (TEMIA) and Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA). For more information, visit mdsl.com.

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