MOBI president to lead Telecom Expense Management Industry Association


By Heather Collins

MOBI President Mitch Black has been elected president of the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association.

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A Carmel resident, Black was born and raised in rural Indiana and attended Marian University.

“The digital transformation of the workplace is radically reshaping the way work is done in every industry and organization. Mobility is leading the proliferation of connected devices, and ultimately, the evolution of traditional telecom expense management. I’m honored to serve TEMIA as president, and I’m excited to serve the organization as we navigate this migration from legacy TEM to a more encompassing connection device ecosystem in the enterprise and better serve our members,” Black stated in a press release.

MOBI, a global mobility management platform, enables enterprises to centralize and control their entire device ecosystem through the use of cloud software. MOBI’s software helps enterprise companies manage all of their connected devices, including mobile phones, tablets, Internet of Things and machine-to-machine devices.

“(Black’s) role as president of MOBI and decades of industry experience will help him lead TEMIA in expanding its membership base, fostering ongoing performance improvement and further promoting the industry,” said David Parent, MOBI director of marketing.