|By Business Wire||
|June 2, 2014 02:40 PM EDT||
OneCall Manage today announced that it is re-branding the company as OneCall Global to better reflect its ability to meet the increasingly transnational needs of its customers.
The industry leader’s complete portfolio of highly effective and rapidly deployable wireless expense management solutions work with any carrier in any country, allowing customers to consolidate control of their spending across operating geographies and to minimize costs regardless where in the world employees use their mobile devices.
OneCall Global’s Dynamic Roaming Alerts™ are of particular value to organization whose executives and/or managers travel to different parts of the world—and which are therefore especially vulnerable to unexpected and potentially exorbitant roaming costs.
“Mobility is a global phenomenon, and organizations operating globally have to take a global view of both their use and their spending,” says company president Céline Greffard. “OneCall Global uniquely enables this global approach without the complexity or overlong time-to-benefit historically associated with enterprise-class wireless expense management.”
About OneCall Global
OneCall Global enables companies to rigorously and effortlessly control their wireless costs while maximizing the business value of their growing investments in mobile technology. Our cloud-based solutions feature advanced analytics that pinpoint the actionable insight hidden in the “big data” of today’s wireless invoices. We are committed to the long-term success of our customers as they seek both to take advantage of the new business opportunities arising out of the global mobile revolution and to protect themselves from its associated risks.
For more information, please call 888-228-4090 or visit www.onecallglobal.com.
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