NEWS: Asentinel, a leading provider of lifecycle Technology and Telecom Expense Management (TEM) solutions, announced today that it has completed the acquisition of eMOBUS, a rapidly growing disruptor in the field of Mobility Managed Services (MMS). Combining easy-to-use software and expert services, eMOBUS makes managing enterprise mobility frictionless, allowing companies to quickly lower costs, automate tedious support tasks and enable BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device).
Headquartered in San Diego, Calif. with a software development office in Silicon Valley, eMOBUS serves over 500 innovative companies like Netflix, Silicon Valley Bank and NetSuite. With the acquisition of eMOBUS, Asentinel will strengthen its MMS offering and accelerate its entry into the technology expense management market.
“We started eMOBUS with the vision to make managing mobility services frictionless for enterprises. Now joining the Asentinel team, we have the resources to expand this vision globally and into additional expense categories,” said Moe Arnaiz, CEO of eMOBUS.
“Asentinel has developed a fully-integrated, end-to-end solution that delivers the TEM value proposition required by large enterprise clients,” said Tim Whitehorn, Asentinel CEO. “With the addition of eMOBUS, we are uniquely positioned to address the explosive growth in the global TEM and Mobility marketplace.” eMOBUS will be combined with the existing Asentinel offering.
Asentinel, a leading provider in Technology and Telecom Expense Management (TEM) and Mobility Managed Services (MMS), meets the needs of customers by providing lifecycle solutions delivered through a customer-focused, technology-driven SaaS platform. Asentinel holds the only comprehensive United States patents in TEM for its groundbreaking software. The company serves a growing client base of Global 2000, Fortune 1000 and multinational entities that rely on the power of TEM and MMS to reduce spend, automate processes, manage inventory and maximize business intelligence and actionable analytics. Marlin Equity Partners, a global investment firm with over $3B of capital under management, acquired Asentinel in 2014.
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