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A national French operator wanted to offer its business clients a comprehensive view of their telecom costs. Thousands of their clients were challenged with cost distribution to the correct cost centers within their organization. Saaswedo deployed an enterprise solution for billing data management, giving each client account access to a detailed portal with KPI and comprehensive customizable reports. 700,000 lines across 8,000 businesses are processed daily.
Casino needed to maintain control of its data costs for its fleet of nearly 8,000 mobile lines and 3,500 data connections for several providers covering more than 3,000 locations. The project, directed by Lucernys, with the support of Saaswedo’s tools, provided comprehensive mapping of the company’s telecom assets and “streamlined” contract monitoring. Consoview enables management of mobile and IT order monitoring. The telecom policy developed by Tec-Ker provided a good operational ROI.
With a fleet of more than 7,000 mobile phones and 1,000 land lines, Bureau Veritas chose Lucernys to optimize its telecom resources. The TEM tools developed by Saaswedo enabled automatic integration of client references, provision of a management interface for orders, and generation of ERP outputs for digitization of accounts. Interfacing with the internal bill validation solution enabled substantive time savings in daily management of the telecom fleet and expenses.
Reduce costs and simplify the administrative environment. These were the objectives of BPCE, a financial services firm made up of more than 40 businesses. Lucernys, chosen as project lead, used Consoview for mapping the company’s contracts and lines. This analysis enabled them to select a preferred operator, then to eliminate redundant resources, thus realizing 25% savings. The necessary evolution from local management to a company-wide and outsourced management model was guided by Lucernys.
This territorial cooperative, which includes 33 Franco-Belgian municipalities, needed to map, analyze and manage multi-operator telecom expenses for the entire group’s mobile phones and land lines. Our partner C-ISOP, a public sector specialist, guided them in the set-up and roll-out of our TEM solution, which enabled expense and asset management of hardware and accounts. Our client can now manage multiple contracts as if dealing with a single operator.
SEB is a global leader in the small household appliances sector, collaborating with our partner LEYTON. With a goal of centralizing its telecom policy, and benefitting from a multi-operator bid, SEB wanted to have an accurate view of its fleet and telecom costs by entity/brand. Setting up detailed monthly reporting, both by entity and consolidated, allowed them to manage and control their total costs for land lines and mobile phones. We automatically integrated all of their billing data into their ERP.
The leading French passenger and freight transportation company, with more than 100,000 mobile phone lines, wanted to centralize management of its mobile phone assets. The scalability of our proven technical solution convinced the client of our security and expense reduction capabilities. Our IT teams’ flexibility enabled rapid deployment of the solution for some 800 administrators.
With 813 daily flights in 118 countries, this European airline had a significant problem with roaming data consumption, as flight crews (pilots and cabin crew) had 6,000 iPads generating exorbitant bills on a recurring basis. The Datalert solution was deployed, enabling a 90% decrease in roaming charges in just a few weeks, thus generating tens of thousands of euros in savings each month. Our partner Techstep took charge of the deployment and support phases of this project.
White Water West (Canada) is a manufacturer of a variety of products for water parks, with 5,000 installations worldwide. Its employees constantly travel the world, generating excessive data roaming bills. Chris Palsenbarg chose the Datalert solution, recommended by Microsoft integrator Steeves and Associates. Datalert, which is integrated into Microsoft’s mobile data management solution, Intune, enables real-time monitoring of usage, user alerts, and data line termination before costly overages can occur. White Water West has realized 35% savings on its mobile bills.
Telecom outsourcing company Taas provides comprehensive management of its clients’ telecom contracts with operators. Without a complete and efficient tool, we wouldn’t be able to effectively manage such disparate issues as operator SLAs, customer service monitoring, line renewals, and addition or termination of lines and options. “With Saaswedo, we found a partner who is accessible and attentive in helping to develop our solution.”
Saaswedo is a software developer for IT and Telecom asset management, providing innovative and reliable 100% SaaS solutions. For more than 15 years, Saaswedo has delivered offerings that allow business customers to understand, monitor and control their IT and telecom policies, simplify asset management and minimize their costs. Saaswedo software has been deployed in more than 80 countries for over 10,000 companies, representing more than 3.5 million lines.
After starting his career in IT research and development at a life insurance company, Gilles established his first digital business in 1988.
He has specialized in telecom since the early 1990s, founding a company that designed services for the largest operators around billing and usage data processing.
The work he has done for nearly 20 years with CIOs and telecom leaders at multinational companies has enabled him to gain global experience and vision of the necessity for companies to better manage their telecom.
In 2007, he founded Saaswedo with Christian COR. Today, Gilles MEZARI is CEO of Saaswedo, based in Paris. He is responsible for operational management and business development. He also handles relations with telecom operators.
Gilles is also a Director of Syntec Numérique and Co-President of Software Developers Group.
In 1994, Christian founded and led a telecom operator, which was sold to the American company LDI/NETnet in 2000. Drawing on this experience in the complex workings of telecom offers and services for businesses, in 2000 he founded Consotel, a telecom consultancy and telecom billing management software firm. Through consulting projects completed in 60% of CAC 40 companies in 6 years, he gained strong operational experience with the telecom needs of large businesses. Joining forces in 2007 with Gilles MEZARI, he formed the company Saaswedo, a leader in the Technology Expense Management software market. Fully committed to developing enterprise SAAS software solutions for 18 years, Christian is currently CEO of Saaswedo USA, based in Atlanta, from where most of the company’s international clients are managed.
After studying business/management at Université de Paris-Dauphine, Damien started his career in banking.
In 1995, he joined US Rappel, which offers business clients a full range of telecom services (preselection, rerouting, prefix and preselection via an interconnection agreement with France Télécom).
In 2000, he cofounded Consotel, a telecom software developer. He focused on software design and also managed the company’s finances. Starting in 2011, he took responsibility for TEM-EMM consulting services in Consotel’s Global Services division. In 2015, he worked on bringing together Consotel’s services with Tec-Ker, a company offering technical and cost optimization of enterprise IT infrastructure, during a period of IT and telecom management convergence.
Today, he is in charge of finance administration at Saaswedo.
Franck began his career as a software development engineer at Alcatel, where he designed network administration software. Starting at SFR as project lead, he implemented IT solutions for commercialization of mobile offers, pricing and billing. Over 15 years, Franck gained extensive experience in the mobile telecom operator space and in the needs of customers and business clients. In the role of CIO since the start of 2018, Franck directs customer onboarding efforts and company growth strategy, including platform scalability, service quality and new product and service offerings. Franck is also in charge of R&D and research on machine learning and A.I.
After studying math and physics at university, Christophe began his career as Director of customer service for a Minitel interface developer. He then founded 2 companies in the telematics sector before cofounding Memobox in 1994 and growing their SAAS call accounting and Telecom Expense Management solution. When Memobox was acquired by Saaswedo, he became head of sales, focused on growth in France and abroad.
With more than 25 years of experience in the telecom sector, Christophe is also Co-President of the research and innovation committee at Croissance Plus.
After attending Novancia Business School Paris, Frédéric started his career in customer service with one of the first French Internet providers, Club-Internet. The rapidly changing market allowed him to gain experience in customer relations and Internet/telecom technologies (launch of ADSL, VOIP and IPTV).
He set up the customer success group, charged with handling legal claims and VIP support. Drawing on his experience, he joined Consotel in 2007 as TEM Manager. This experience in turn enabled him to further strengthen his expertise; he became an expert in deployment of IT expense management solutions.
In 2012, he joined Saaswedo as head of customer service.
nkHe is currently Director of Saaswedo production and customer success, with a 10-person team in charge of pre-sales, project management, production, support, training, and sales administration.
With more than 15 years of experience in IT and telecom, he is recognized as an expert in the world of Telecom Expense Management and customer relations.