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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Sept. 23, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS 2010 --
TMNG Global (Nasdaq:TMNG), a leading provider of professional services to the global communications, digital media, technology, and financial services industries, today announced that its Chairman and CEO,
Richard Nespola, will moderate the panel, "
Carrier Perspectives on Telematics," during the Mobile Enterprise Track at CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS™ 2010 on October 6
th at 4:00 PM in Room 2004, Moscone Center West, San Francisco, CA. The session will explore how telematics, the integrated use of telecommunications and informatics, has emerged as a key growth market for the wireless industry.
"Mobile operators have a tremendous opportunity to capture a much larger share of the telematics market, which is currently dominated by device players and manufacturers," said Rich Nespola, Chairman and CEO, TMNG Global. "As telematics moves from primarily a security and safety market to the broader infotainment market, wireless players will need to explore key business considerations, such as cost-savings and convenience, in accelerating both the business and consumer telematics market."
As moderator of the panel discussion, "
Carrier Perspectives on Telematics," Mr. Nespola will drive an engaging discussion with key mobile industry executives in sharing their perspectives and experiences in telematics. The session will be comprised of experts who have decision-making authority on which product lines are supported, which partnerships get formed, how marketing to enterprises occurs, and how sales support of enterprise customers is implemented.
Angel Mercedes, Business Development Manager, Telematics, T-Mobile USA
Wayne Ward, Vice President, Emerging Solutions, Sprint
"Mr. Nespola will certainly contribute insight and expertise to our discussions on the critical technical, business and policy issues facing the wireless industry," said Robert Mesirow, CTIA vice president and show director. "CTIA Educational Sessions are designed to present attendees with best practices and actionable intelligence from market segments that have successfully implemented mobile strategies to improve business performance."