September 10, 2018 – ETMA, the Enterprise Technology Management Association (formerly TEMIA), announces that Ezwim is one of the nominees for the industry Innovation of the Year Award. The selection criteria include: how the value proposition is being fulfilled and validated in the marketplace, the degree of innovation, and market response from clients.
DENVER, CO – Ezwim, a global leader in Telecom Expense Management technology and Enterprise Technology Management solutions, today announced a partnership with Telarus, the largest privately held Technology Services Distributor in the United States, to offer Ezwim’s Technology Expense Management solutions and products through the Telarus agent channel.
This position is a customer-facing implementation project management and implementation role. You will work with clients and partners and will be ultimately responsible for delivering new implementations on-time and on-budget. Scoping, configuring and testing workflows effectively. The Project/Implementation Manager will create an implementation project plan, manage master schedules, while proactively communicating milestones both internally and externally throughout the project. This is a hands-on role in which you will be not only be expected to both manage project milestones with the customer, but also execute configurations independently within our software tooling without delegation.
As an enterprise mobility SaaS company we are looking for an individual with the critical problem-solving skills and outside-the-box mindset that can not only follow step by step instructions when available, but also create the playbook from scratch when new and unique requirements arise. Working from your home office for a reputable European organization, you will have an extremely mature, robust, and powerful portal solution at your disposal coupled with the ambition, culture, and flexibility of a boutique firm that is scaling their business exponentially.
In the USA, there are a lot of things dominating the news cycles nowadays, but unfortunately for those in the enterprise technology management space, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is not one of them. And while GDPR has been front-page news in the EU for months, becoming effective May 25 2018 across the entire EU, very few American companies and more specifically, American TEM companies, really understand what it is, if it applies to them, or the potential impact to their business and operations.
Industry Association TEMIA Will Gather More than 48 Companies and 70 Registrants to Discuss Ways that Automation Will Disrupt the Market in Positive Negative and Unexpected Ways. Ezwim will particiapte in the event on April 2-4 in Nashville. Present will be David Sonenstein, Executive Director of Ezwim, who is also part of the TEMIA board.