Network Transformation Solutions

Solving key business challenges to enable the “Network of the Future” with SD-WAN, UCaaS and 5G

 

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Network Cost Portfolio

Service Catalog and Fulfillment

Network Cost Mapping

Network Transition Management

Manage your network portfolio.

Network Services, IT and Procurement are being asked to meet high-level strategic goals on a reduced budget. This requires having deep insight into the network portfolio to answer critical questions: What services do we have? How much do we spend? And how do we reduce costs?

Capture Inventory in One Place

Capture inventory in one place

Capture Inventory in One Place
  • Obtain high-quality, location-based detail of lines, circuits and equipment.
  • Align inventory to user, business unit and organizational hierarchy.
Visualize Network Costs with Interactive Maps.

Visualize Your Network Costs

Visualize Network Costs with Interactive Maps.
  • Automatically paints the topography of the enterprise WAN.
  • Accurate listing of WAN connections between sites.
  • Ability to visualize pre- and post-transformation topology and costs.
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Quoting Functionality to Automate the Service Selection

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  • Generate Quote Requests to Multiple Vendors
  • Streamline vendor management via Vendor Portal
  • Analyze bids to Ensure Competitive Pricing
  • Award Contracts
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Provision Circuits

Provision Circuits

Provision Circuits
  • Provide intuitive user experience with customized catalog.
  • Includes guided ordering and extensive self help.
  • Track order status throughout the order lifecycle
  • Built-in metric tracking for performance evaluation
Track Network Transformation Initiatives

Track Network Transformation Initiatives

Track Network Transformation Initiatives
  • Integration with order management system allows real-time dashboarding on installs, changes and disconnects
  • Track location level progress for change activity against the plan
  • Track true savings and ROI as legacy costs decrease and new charges appear
  • Allocate savings to business units