It’s all about the service

This doesn’t need to be a long post, as the title says it all. But in our experience, enterprises have trouble evaluating the level of service that will be provided … read more

What’s better, a product or partner?

As part of our initial engagement with a company in the sales process, one of their first questions to us usually sounds something like this: “Great, so can you give … read more

Call Center vs Help Desk

Time and time again, companies come to us asking about our call center. And time and time again we have to tell them “I’m so sorry, we don’t have a … read more

Do I need a portal? Part 3

We’re back with the post you have all been waiting for – part 3 of our blog series about portals and their place in the corporate wireless management space. In … read more

Webinar Recap: Need a Hand with Your Mobility Growth Curve in 2017?

2017 is bringing new trends, new speeds, and new technology into the wireless marketplace. Much of what we do in the workplace is now being done via tablet, a mobile … read more

Why Austin is USA’s Best City to Live

You may have already heard the news about Austin being named the best city to live in in America. To some, that is old news in their book. To others … read more

Do I Need A Portal? Part 2

In Part 1 of our blog about portals and what makes them great (or not so great), we talked about the importance of ease of use. This is obviously a … read more

Do I Need a Portal? Part I

When mindWireless began back in 2000, the idea of a software portal to centralize and automate all corporate wireless tasks would have seemed a bit overwhelming. But now, in the … read more

Implementation, the overlooked component of an evaluation

When companies evaluate wireless expense management vendors, they often look at a number of different criteria. Throughout the sales cycle, whether it be an RFP or less formal evaluation, an … read more

So you think your expenses are optimized…

  We have over 100 current clients, and all of them but one said the exact same thing when we began our initial discussions in the sales process: “Thanks for … read more