Mobinil Extends Deployment of Clarity's Infrastructure Management Solution
Clarity, a provider of unified telecommunications solutions, announced that Mobinil, Egypt’s leading mobile operator, is extending the deployment of Clarity’s Infrastructure Management solution.
Under this partnership agreement, Mobinil will upgrade to the latest version of Clarity’s Infrastructure Management suite, which will replace many disparate third-party systems. The advanced infrastructure solution will enable end-to-end tracking of infrastructure changes across all of Mobinil’s divisions, company officials said.
Mobinil is already using Clarity’s solution to support its network site rollout processes across two departments.
The new upgrade will provide improved planning, purchasing and workforce deployment. With this deployment, Mobinil will gain greater control over resource allocation and analysis.
“The Clarity solution will streamline network change programs, helping us meet timescales and budgets. It will ensure that we have consistent communication across our business,” said Moustafa Hegazi, director of Network Planning and Rollout at Mobinil, in a statement. “Rather than having to work with many different systems across multiple departments, all divisions will soon be able to hand over tasks seamlessly.”
In addition to reducing costs and timescales for network rollouts, Clarity’s Infrastructure Management solution will also increase return on asset investment by reducing the time between initial infrastructure investment and first revenue generation.
Another advantage of Clarity’s solution is that it will integrate with other OSS components using standards-based interfaces, enabling Mobinil to efficiently manage all processes associated with complex, multiple site construction.
Clarity’s system captures correct data. It provides statistics and forecast information, giving managers the business intelligence data required to continue to drive improved performance well into the future.
“Effectively managing the substantial investment made in network upgrades and changes is a logistical challenge for most service providers,” said Tony Garcia at Clarity, in a statement. “Investing in tools that guide and manage the deployment of these assets has a direct impact on the bottom line - the sooner an asset is operational, the sooner revenue is generated.”
“Our comprehensive Infrastructure Management solution provides just that; ensuring consistency in the information and processes used throughout all divisions, suppliers and contractors so that assets are deployed faster,” Garcia added.
Recently, Clarity announced the successful completion of its Network Inventory System (NIS) project for Telekom Malaysia Berhad, Malaysia's broadband champion and leading integrated information and communications group.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell