The report, dated April 1, 2020 and authored by Katja Ruud, Leif-Olof Wallin and Bill Menezes, points out that “over this past year, enterprises continued to broaden the scope and the geographic requirements for managed mobility services. For best outcomes from MMS deployment, I&O leaders should match their technical, commercial, operational and regional requirements to the provider that meets these needs.”
“Orange recognizes that MMS is highly dependent on strong governance and pursues its multisourcing service integration (MSI) strategy, adhering to the need for a complete solution. This strategy has been extended to include a wider range of management over its customers’ mobile providers to oversee and control service delivery on their behalf. The solution is vendor-agnostic and carrier-agnostic.”
Gartner 2020 Magic Quadrant for MMS
Pascale Presle, Head of MSI and Customer Solutions within the International Mobility Services unit of Orange Business Services commented on the report:
Valérie Cussac, Executive Vice President of the Smart Mobility Services (SMS) division within Orange Business Services
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