Unified Catalog

catalog driven
unified catalog

Are you looking to reduce the time-to-market for new products and services?

  • Does your catalog really guide your provisioning flows?
  • Are you forced to spend a lot of time configuring from scratch?

Order Management

order managemen

Can you provide new products and services without coding?

  • Has order fallout become a substantial extra cost per month?
  • Is your order construction just a pile of hard-coded integrations?
  • Are workflows defined in multiple isolated systems or silos?
order management

Service Inventory

inventory dashboards
service inventory

Do you have a single point to check all the information related to your customer service?

  • Both from the business and the network?
  • What about service history and lifecycle?

Activation Engine

activation engine

How extensible is your provisioning model when adding a new vendor or technology?

  • Can you consistently access all your network OSS and devices for automatic activation? Even for your legacy systems?
  • Are you ready for ZTP?
activation orders fly

Fallout Management

fallout management view

Can you reduce your provisioning time by early detection and fallout classification?

  • Do you want to save money by standardizing the management of orders in failure, regardless of the failure cause?
  • Would you like to simplify failed order management in one place and globally handle all the orders?

Resource Inventory

resource inventory

Do you support complex integrations in both your fulfillment and assurance processes?

  • Have you measured your economic losses for provisioning failures due to incorrect/incomplete/inaccurate data?
  • Would you like to control all your network resources from a single, usable and highly configurable web GUI?
resource invetory graph


optimal route gis

Are your network deployments supported by the latest technologies and algorithms for optimal routing?

  • Do you want to have higher accurate results in service qualification and availability?

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