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Anatole Partners with Wandera to Deliver Mobile Data Visibility, Savings and Control to its Customers

Wednesday 2 April, 2014
Wandera’s Cloud Services Will Extend Anatole’s Existing Telecom Expense Management Offerings

LONDON and SAN FRANCISCO -- Anatole , an innovator in the Telecom Expense Management (TEM) space in Europe, has partnered with Wandera , the pioneer and leading Mobile Data Gateway (MDG) provider, to deliver the first integrated TEM/MDG solution. Through this partnership, Anatole customers can now leverage Wandera’s cloud services to gain true real-time visibility into mobile data usage and achieve proactive cost savings.

The colossal rise of mobile data usage in recent years has solidified the need for a solution like Wandera, as companies seek to understand how their mobile costs are associated with data usage. Wandera is a natural complement to Anatole’s existing telecom expense management product suite, enabling detailed insight into mobile data on a per app, per site and per device basis. It allows companies to finally recognize where and how their mobile data allowance is spent and manage it.

Wandera’s Mobile Data Gateway reduces mobile data roaming costs by up to 60% and eliminates incidents of “bill shock” through policy enabled capabilities such as setting real-time blocks, caps and alerts. Since the integrated TEM/MDG offering is carrier agnostic, these savings can be achieved across all countries that are covered by Anatole.

“We’re looking forward to a long partnership with Anatole, a company that continues to innovate in the TEM space,” confirms Eldar Tuvey, CEO at Wandera. “While companies like Anatole help enterprises effectively manage most telecom expenses such as fixed-line and mobile voice costs, mobile data usage was still a black box until now. The Mobile Data Gateway helps enterprises solve this part of the mobile puzzle, delivering an extremely comprehensive mobile management solution when paired with Anatole’s offerings.”

“The addition of the unique real-time capabilities of Wandera to Anatole’s mobility governance platform really complements the suite of existing services namely asset management, HR system integration, single sign-on self-care, expense management, policy control, security compliancy and powerful analytics. Anatole is really looking forward to solidifying this partnership which further enhances enterprises' ability to control their telecom costs,” added Nicolas Peltier, CEO at Anatole.

About Wandera
Wandera is the world’s first Mobile Data Gateway, ensuring a productive and secure mobile Internet experience for businesses. Founded in 2012 and headquartered in San Francisco and London, Wandera is backed by leading venture capitalists, Bessemer Venture Partners, Greylock Partners and Index Ventures. For more information visit www.wandera.com.

About Anatole
Anatole is a leading provider of Telecom Expense Management (TEM) solutions in Europe. Anatole’s mission is to provide companies with the global visibility and control needed to optimize their telecoms costs and monitor their mobility governance. Anatole serves corporate customers both directly through a complete set of BPO Services and indirectly through partnerships with large global integrators. Anatole has over three million lines and 1.3 billion euros of telecom spendings under management, in more then 50 countries throughout Europe, the Americas and APAC. Over 300 customers rely daily on Anatole’s solutions. For more information visit www.anatole.net.


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