Case Study

Software Licensing Renegotiation

TurnPoint Services had experienced double-digit growth in acquisitions and was now faced with monitoring, supporting and paying for hundreds of individual mobile contracts and devices.

Mobility Sourcing and Savings in M&A

TurnPoint Services had experienced double-digit growth in acquisitions and was now faced with monitoring, supporting and paying for hundreds of individual mobile contracts and devices.

Comprehensive Network Solution

A leading auto parts company was looking to revamp its existing network solutions. The company was not receiving quality service or support from its communications and data network provider.

Contract Renegotiation

An insurance company with nearly 100 locations was a long time customer on a legacy TDM network, which could no longer support its business growth. The company needed their contract renegotiated.

SD-WAN Transformation

While this automotive group’s continuous growth was a good thing, high traffic volumes were straining their bandwidth and, in turn, negatively impacting the customer experience.

Contract and Connectivity

As this non-profit healthcare company’s patient-base and faculty continued to grow, so did their associated technology needs and their current solution was no longer meeting these needs.

Lowering Telecom Costs

Looking for ways to reduce its telecom expenses, this e-commerce company turned to Intelligent Bills to identify savings and efficiencies while still fostering growth and innovation.

TEM and WEM Transformation

A business and financial software company noticed monthly telecom expenses creeping higher each month. Resources were limited and more visibility was needed to help determine root causes.

Contract Renegotiation

A US state energy utility company serving primarily in the northwest region had an annual telecom spend of $3 Million. They had seen their relationship with their telecom carrier lose its footing.

Inventory Management

A large Midwest property management firm had bought and sold many properties yet maintained a limited visibility into their inventory leading to unnecessary payouts, late fees, etc.