Sakon’s Synkronize engine brings together in one place all of the scattered, disparate elements of your global IT infrastructure, normalizes them, and makes them easy to manage – and transform.
Links source data and transaction data from network and mobile service providers, as well as HR and location information, then unifies it with service, logistics and operations desks.
Organizes, cleanses and normalizes information across geographies, carriers and currencies.
Using secure, open APIs, connects the data to purpose-built applications and a global network of help desk partners to coordinate actions and provide visibility across systems.
Applies the industry’s only proven and effective three-way match to compare assets, contracts and actual costs to drive out waste.
Sakon Synkronize is the foundation and the feed for the powerful set of applications that help you manage IT lifecycle processes, from self-service ordering to bill processing to reports.Learn more
Network and mobile expenses are two of the largest components of an enterprise IT spend. By gaining an accurate, up-to-date picture of your cost inventory, automating validation of spend via proprietary technology and combining with integrated managed services, Sakon can help reduce overspending by 20–30%.
Single platform drives IT cost and lifecycle management, employee enablement & engagement, and network transformation.Press Releases
Companies can't optimize their current businesses or transform them without knowing their networks. Sakon holds the key.Blogs
The telecommunications infrastructure for many enterprise companies is incredibly large and constantly changing. It’s a fast-growing estate that requires the management of legacy circuits and lines, as well as newer technology supported by a vast portfolio of vendors. And today it’s on the move as things like mobile-first strategies, unified communications, Network as a Service (NaaS), Software Defined Networks (SDN) and the Internet of Things (IOT) reshape the way businesses fundamentally operate. It’s no longer simply a network, it’s a communications ecosystem.
Sakon gives you the insights you need to make network transformation decisions based on fact, not best guesses: