vMOX enters into a new partnership agreement with Telarus, the largest privately-held technology services distributor in the United States. As a result of this partnership, Telarus will now offer vMOX’s innovative mobility cost optimization and lifecycle management solutions through its’ 4,500+ member partner community.
CFO Tech Outlook magazine recently included vMOX on their 2018 list of ‘Top 10 Businesses Expense Management Solution Providers.” Their October edition soley focused on Expense Management, discussing needs and drivers on the client side, and role that newer technologies, including AI, are playing in the top industry solutions.
vMOX announced today that they have been granted a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for their mobile telecommunications cost optimization technology. “This patent validates that years of research, development and refinement by our incredible software development team has enabled our cost optimization technology to tower above anything in the market,” stated David Gardner, President and Chief Executive Officer of vMOX.
Business & Technology website SuperbCrew recently published an interview with our VP of Marketing Gene Rogers highlighting vMOX’s Mobility Cost Optimization and Enterprise Lifecycle Management services.
vMOX has been recognized by ChannelVision magazine as a recipient of the ChannelVision 2018 Visionary Spotlight Award (VSA) for Enterprise Mobility. The annual VSA competition showcases outstanding products, services and technology deployments across channel and service providers. Nominations are evaluated on overall innovation, creativity and feature set differentiation; ease of use and interoperability, as well as present and future industry impact
vMOX and MicroCorp, the premier master agent of network, voice, cloud and data center services, today announced a new partnership agreement. Through this new relationship MicroCorp’s partners can now sell vMOX’s solutions to significantly reduce their clients’ mobility costs while helping them better manage their corporate-liable mobility assets.
vMOX today announced a new partnership agreement with Intelisys Inc., the nation’s leading Technology Services Distributor. Intelisys will now offer vMOX’s industry-leading mobility cost optimization and lifecycle management solutions through the company’s expansive nationwide network of independent Sales Partners.
Included in this rebrand is a new logo, a new color scheme, a redesigned external website and a substantially enhanced client portal. The move to the vMOX brand will have no effect on the company’s people, processes or systems, and clients and partners should expect the same level of dedication and support to which they have grown accustomed.
“The term cellular is dated, and is now just a part of the overall concept of mobility,” stated David Gardner, President and CEO of vMOX. “Our corporate focus has grown from cost optimization to full mobility lifecycle management, and refreshing our brand is the logical next step in our evolution.”
Richard Siebels and Gene Rogers join the vMOX management team to help with their corporate growth initiatives.
As Chief Technology Officer, Mr. Siebels owns the overall corporate IT strategy, including the design and development efforts for vMOX’s proprietary internal applications and external management systems. In his role as Vice President of Marketing, Mr. Rogers leads all marketing communications, public relations, branding and product marketing initiatives for vMOX and Advantage and vMOX.
Boardroom Events announced the winners of their Vendor Excellence Awards and Award of Excellence in the Office of the CIO and the Office of the CMO.
Steve Brown, VP Management Information Systems, EMCD was honored with the Award of Excellence in the Office of Midmarket CIO for his partnership with vMOX. Month-over-month wireless costs were rising. Data did not show a clear view of their wireless cost structure. vMOX made an immediate impact by using their proprietary MAX-Ops software. The next month, ECMD saw a 30% cost reduction per user, resulting in $50,000 gross annualized savings.