Network Analysis is the examination and definition of a company’s network. It includes the documentation of circuits and contract obligations with the goal of producing a baseline from which a network management plan can be developed. At the customer’s option, the usage and other characteristics of each circuit in the network can be examined to identify circuits which are candidates for elimination for various reasons includingDetails
Metrics is measurement. Specifically it is the measurement of specific criteria or factors that relate to business operations, performance, quality, reliability, etc. The goal of the activity is to present an accurate picture of the measured environment. Establishment of a metrics program requires the definition of the performance indicators to be measured, the desired performance levels, the sources of data, the best data sources, the statistically appropriate calculation methodologies, and the results presentation structure.Details
Many organizations handle their telecom performance as a series of isolated instances for their provider to manage and fix. As a result of this, the focus is on the transaction level rather than the impact on business of system issues. Patterns of problems are not identified and consequently long term issues are not addressed and are only resolved, if they are resolved, as a result of a short term fix.Details
Show OSS TELCO where you’re losing money and we’ll show you the savings. Telecom ROI means having a good plan. Our ROI plan will boost your company’s profit and savings. We’ve got 5 money saving reasons you should take advantage of our ROI PLAN objectives. We maximize your ROI by defining your assets, and creating a baseline inventory of it’s capacities/expenses. Sounds pretty standard you say? I’m sure you’re looking for more. Well here it is: the process.Details
There are 8 steps to a successful investment in telecommunications. Every business has a professional standard that ensures best practices are followed and quality projects are produced in a timely manner. This information includes: A definition of our clients goals Objectives Available information Time frames Project scope Anticipated depth of analysisDetails
Remember to leave enough time when porting. Some carriers require up to 20 business days notice to release numbers. Each carrier is different so don’t make assumptions! POTS (business line) orders of 5 or more lines require a site survey which adds 7-10 business days onto an order so plan accordingly!Details
OSS Telco knows exactly what has to be done to move your voice and data services.
Relocation of an office or a data center is a complex process. At best, it requires careful planning and is still a challenge. OSSTelco knows exactly what has to be done to move your voice and data service at every level whether it is just the voice and data connectivity or moving connectivity and servers as well as wiring up the new site.