International Travel Alerts
International Travel Alerts give mobility administrators the power to manage travel-related wireless costs before things get out of hand. Companies with segregated travel and wireless teams often don’t have an automated way to communicate with one another when an employee books an international trip. It is up to the employee to send the right email to the right people at the right time to help the company avoid high roaming charges, and the employee to avoid service interruption during their trip.
Connecting the travel management and wireless expense analysis systems with International Travel Alerts give mobility administrators the power to contribute to a perfect trip while keeping overall costs down for the company.
What’s in it for me?
Mobility administrators need a lot of information to properly manage a company’s wireless lines. Some of that information includes the date and time someone will be out of the country. International Travel Alerts notify the wireless administration team whenever an international itinerary is booked in the travel system. With the notification comes device detail for each user now scheduled to leave their home country. MobilityCentral also offers plan and feature recommendations for each device assigned to the traveler. Think this is right for you? >> Get more info
Because International Travel Alerts notifications give wireless expense administrators exactly the data they need, plans and features get added and removed at precisely the right time. Companies with International Travel Alerts develop the potential to reduce monthly operating expenses through the reduction of unnecessary plans and features. Removing three unnecessary international data features for one year saves the company $1,800 annually! How many unused roaming features do you have? How many do you need next week? Use VisagePulse to find the former, and International Travel Alerts to keep you aware of the latter. >> Get more info
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