ETMA, Enterprise Technology Management Association Elects New Board

ETMA, the Enterprise Technology Management Association, formerly TEMIA the Technology Expense Management Industry Association, members elected two new ETMA Executive Board officers: Steve Haddock as Treasurer and Mike O’Neill as an At-Large Board Member at its recent April conference in Nashville
ETMA is an independent non-profit association that was established by Solutions Providers for Solutions Providers. Through its executive board, Solutions Providers set the association’s agenda and priorities. All of its actions are designed to serve member companies, not to profit from them.
ETMA’s Executive Board is critical to driving greater levels of success for the organization and helping to promote the industry. In addition, the executive board works to support the organization’s mission to:

  • Grow the size of the market.
  • Improve performance through open industry standards and best practices.
  • Promote the industry to enterprises, carriers and analysts.
  • Advocate for ETMA members.
  • Promote fair, ethical business practices to ensure a positive industry image.
  • Take action on ethics complaints.

Steve Haddock, Vice-President of Strategic Alliances and Business Development at Webbing said, “I have been an active ETMA (formerly TEMIA) member for the past six years. After a break, I am honored to re-join the board, for what is actually my second term. With my 23 years in telecom, I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to help ETMA continue to remain relevant and increase the value we bring to our members. I look forward to promoting ETMA, increasing recruitment, engaging with our members, and bring forward new initiatives to increase IoT adoption among our members. As Treasurer, I will work to ensure our finances are aligned and that we are being good stewards of the investments members make in the organization with their annual dues.”
Michael O’Neill, Channel Sales Manager at Granite said “This is a natural fit. I have spent the last several years helping TEM companies build their business and expand their industry partnerships. I look forward to serving on the board to shape its future, growing the organization with new members, moving beyond TEM and MMS and more closely aligning with our members to ensure that we deliver value to our members with a quantifiable ROI.”
Board Members returning for the second year of a two year term include:

  • Mark Hearn President of Network Control as ETMA President.
  • David Sonenstein Executive Director Ezwim as ETMA Secretary.
  • Jane Sydlowski, President & CEO of AMI Strategies,  as an ETMA At-Large Board Member.
  • Charlie Yielding, CEO of G Squared Wireless,  as an ETMA At-Large Board Member.
  • Chris Lee, CEO of Invoice IQ, as an ETMA At-Large Board Member.
  • Eric Sendelbach, Chief Technology Officer for MOBI  as an ETMA At-Large Board Member.

Erik Eames the outgoing Treasurer was inducted into the ETMA Hall of Fame. He was recognized for his six years of service on the ETMA Executive Board, teamwork, leadership, promotion and contributions to ETMA and the industry.
About ETMA
ETMA, the Enterprise Technology Management Association is a non-profit organization with approximately 50 members managing over $71 Billion in enterprise expenses. Its ongoing mission is to raise awareness, foster industry growth, improve the quality and value of solutions, and establish industry standards. Further, ETMA members subscribe to a Code of Ethics, which clearly establishes standards and differentiates their level of commitment to their clients. ETMA does not sell consulting services or solutions.
Members provide solutions for enterprises in: Technology Management, Managed Services, Expense Management, Telecommunications Management, Telecom Expense Management (TEM), Mobile Expense Management, Managed Mobility Services (MMS), Mobile Device Management MDM and Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions.
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