The latest Technology Expense Management (TEM) agreement (RM3802) is now live for customers. Through the agreement’s 7 services, customers can reduce communications infrastructure costs and achieve savings through improved management of telecom and related technology estates. The TEM agreement helps to drive control, enhance estate visibility, uncover savings and deliver real business value.
All UK public sector organisations can make significant savings through the TEM agreement which gives visibility to estates to help drive efficiencies, reduce costs or avoid them. It can also be of enormous help with reprocurement as it will identify exactly what assets an organisation has along with assessing its needs.
Gareth Rhys-Williams, Government Chief Commercial Officer said, “Technology Expense Management represents exactly the sort of initiative we are looking for to drive real savings for taxpayers.”
The previous TEM agreement which ended on 31 March 2018 helped customers save on average 20% of overall telecom spend in year 1.
Calero Software Limited, recognised in Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for global TEM services, is the sole supplier for RM3802. As TEM involves bringing together billing, contractual and HR data onto a database, Calero’s IT system and security of personal data has been rigorously tested and assured to ensure customers have complete peace of mind that their data is safe when using the agreement.
Interested in finding out more about our new TEM agreement? Our introductory webinars will take place on the following dates. Register today: