Telecommunications

RampRateUseCase Telecommunications

A global telecom provider hired RampRate to review several struggling and service lines, identify optimal customer targets and suggest changes to its pricing, positioning, and contract terms. This was for colocation, circuits, cloud and cdn services.

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Private Equity

Private Equity

A mid-sized private equity firm—$18b in aggregate revenue—was seeking to improve synergies in its investment portfolio. It had previously negotiated group telecom purchases with two large carriers, but was not able to do so in other areas without directly underwriting its portfolio companies’ financial responsibility to providers.

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Manufacturing

Manufacturing

A discrete manufacturing firm hired RampRate to optimize its IT support provider that supplies managed hosting of its mainframe, midrange, & Windows / Linux servers, and end user desktop support / helpdesk.

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Financial Services

Financial Services

A large diversified financial services firm hired RampRate to optimize its hosting strategies, including inhouse data centers, co-location, managed hosting, and cloud, targeting consolidation, right-sizing, and proper allocation of workloads to the right type of infrastructure.

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Oil & Gas White Paper

Oil & Gas White Paper

It’s always good to be optimistic that the price of oil will take a turn for the
better, and that only minimal changes to your IT spending habits are
needed. What happens when those assumptions are not correct and
significant cuts are required?

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Corporate Fact Sheet

Corporate Fact Sheet

RampRate manages billions of dollars in IT spend for some of the most important firms in the world. By leveraging RampRate’s software and services, our clients have saved millions and gained the cost transparency they need to transform and modernize their IT infrastructures.

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White Paper: How CIOs Can Maximize ROI

CIOs Can Maximize ROI

It’s not a big secret—the IT function is in the midst of a significant transformation. That means the CIO role is changing and becoming more integral to the executive leadership team and business decision-making. More importantly, the CIO’s responsibilities are weighing heavily on enterprises’ financial objectives and causing additional challenges for the CIO in this high-paced, globally competitive, increasingly technical ecosystem.

Read this thought provoking and prescriptive white paper by bestselling author and RampRate advisor Joe Weinman.

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