With One Source, you can:

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Gain greater visibility and centralize control over telecom expenditures
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Keep your financials at peak performance through eliminating extraneous assets and obsolete service plans
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Compress expenditures with monthly invoice audits and disputes/recoveries of erroneous carrier and vendor charges
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Effortlessly navigate property acquisitions and divestitures with a trusted team of telecom, IT, and Field Services professionals

Property Management Industry
Operational Challenges

 

One Source's Approach
to Address Them

 
  • Confusing paperwork (e.g. change of ownership documents)
  • Lack of visibility into inventory from an acquired property

Location Changes (Addition or Divestiture)
  • Project manage start to finish
  • Provision telecom and IT services on time and on budget
 
  • Lack of visibility into telecom assets to determine optimal portfolio mix
  • Inability to sort through multitude of carriers
  • Lack of resources to manage assets ordering
  • Inability to maintain pace with technology advancements

Portfolio Optimization / Sourcing and Procurement Sourcing & Procurement
  • Optimize and centralize inventories
  • Remain carrier-agnostic to ensure best rates
  • Manage commissioning and deployment of assets
  • Deploy emerging technologies vetted by experts
 
  • Inadequate carrier and vendor support
  • Lack of resources to manage outages and issues

Service and Support / Help Desk
  • 24/7 U.S.-based help desk
  • Reduce mean time to repair
  • Project manage moves, adds, changes, and disconnects
 
  • Erroneous carrier charges
  • Inaccurate cost allocations
  • Overwhelming number of invoices to process and pay

Ongoing Expense Management / Bill Payment
  • Consolidate all invoices into one with cost allocation reporting
  • Audit services monthly
  • Pay all bills in advance to avoid rushed invoice validation
 
  • Frequent overage fees
  • Initial contract negotiation doesn’t account for future growth or contraction
  • Lack of visibility into, and understanding of, telecom usage and trends

Usage Optimization / Cost Recovery
  • Translate usage trends and business needs into executed services
  • Prevent indiscriminate usage
  • Recover billing error funds
 
  • Lack of resources for technology upgrades
  • Lack of field resources for ongoing break/fix
  • Lack of information regarding services and termination points

Field Services
  • Implement facility wiring and technology upgrades
  • Resolve break/fix issues
  • Identify assets through comprehensive site surveys and document services
 
  • Lack of resources to deter unknown security threats
  • Aging hardware and network infrastructure
  • Unsecured data and vulnerable networks

Security
  • Mitigate risks through on-going threat assessment and security patches
  • Deploy new hardware with advanced security features
  • Customize security solutions within budget
 
  • Lack of internal IT knowledge and resources
  • Inability to develop long-term IT strategy while managing ongoing break/fix
  • Lack of consistent IT equipment deployed across properties

Office as a Service
  • U.S.-based IT engineers and 24/7 help desk
  • Manage IT infrastructure with a focus on long-term strategy
  • Deploy new IT equipment, turning high capital expenditure into affordable monthly operational expense
 

Our Services Are Offered Through Five Proven Customizable Solutions

Wireline Management and Cost Containment
through Communications Lifecycle Management

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Managed IT Products and Services
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Field Services through 360°Tech Services
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Full enterprise-grade security suite through
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