Telecoms Planning and Operations

Whether planning the deployment of fibre throughout a new development or determining whether to extend the service in an existing suburb, it is important to understand the infrastructure requirements. Customers are always interested to know where there is coverage, so knowing where all of the infrastructure is, and how much capacity there is in the network, provides the sales force with the capability to deliver quotations quickly and accurately.

Single Network View (SNV)

Combine business and network data in to one map view, that provides business stakeholders whether sales and marketing or the public, with a simple way to access business and network data for which they have the rights that may previously been inaccessible within the organisation.

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Self-Service Portal

Often requests for Network Coverage Maps are logged with relevant analytical personnel where such demands result in high volume, intensive and manual work that is time consuming. These requests can result in bulky e-mail attachments and detracts the analyst’s attention from other business focused tasks.
Our solutions cater for a business end-user “self-service” mapping portal where users can login in and see the latest customer data as well as network information (SNV) to produce reports and answer business questions on an ad-hoc basis. This results in faster, targeted, data driven decisions based on a single view of sales, marketing and network data in order to improve bottom line.

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Feasibility Analysis

Sales personnel can identify the locations of prospect customers, and the distance from the prospect location(s) can be automatically measured (straight line and/or routing distance) to the nearest POP. A report indicating the distance to the POP, cost of last mile, and Average Revenue Per Unit (ARPU) can be calculated – thus predicting ROI. The presence of wireless coverage can also be shown in the report.

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Identify New Business

Potential customers can be identified by locating existing business customers on a map, and cross referencing those existing customers with a universe of potential business customers. Filtering the potential customers based on key indicators such as the size of organisation, or turnover, results in the identification of the best prospects that can be targeted for product promotion based on sales potential. Furthermore, finding potential customers that are located at or near existing network infrastructure increases the likelihood of customer conversion as the infrastructure is already in place and the cost of service delivery is less.

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Single Network View (SNV)

Combine business and network data in to one map view, that provides business stakeholders whether sales and marketing or the public, with a simple way to access business and network data for which they have the rights that may previously been inaccessible within the organisation.

Lets Chat

Self-Service Portal

Often requests for Network Coverage Maps are logged with relevant analytical personnel where such demands result in high volume, intensive and manual work that is time consuming. These requests can result in bulky e-mail attachments and detracts the analyst’s attention from other business focused tasks.
Our solutions cater for a business end-user “self-service” mapping portal where users can login in and see the latest customer data as well as network information (SNV) to produce reports and answer business questions on an ad-hoc basis. This results in faster, targeted, data driven decisions based on a single view of sales, marketing and network data in order to improve bottom line.

Lets Chat

Feasibility Analysis

Sales personnel can identify the locations of prospect customers, and the distance from the prospect location(s) can be automatically measured (straight line and/or routing distance) to the nearest POP. A report indicating the distance to the POP, cost of last mile, and Average Revenue Per Unit (ARPU) can be calculated – thus predicting ROI. The presence of wireless coverage can also be shown in the report.

Lets Chat

Identify New Business

Potential customers can be identified by locating existing business customers on a map, and cross referencing those existing customers with a universe of potential business customers. Filtering the potential customers based on key indicators such as the size of organisation, or turnover, results in the identification of the best prospects that can be targeted for product promotion based on sales potential. Furthermore, finding potential customers that are located at or near existing network infrastructure increases the likelihood of customer conversion as the infrastructure is already in place and the cost of service delivery is less.

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