Clarity Launches Next Generation Strategy Infrastructure Planning Modules
Sydney, 7 July 2009 – Clarity, the market leader in Unified Operational Support Systems (OSS), today announced that it has released a Network Rollout and Asset Logistics Suite to extend coverage of its Unified OSS into Strategy Infrastructure Planning.
This will allow strategic network growth and upgrade and network operations to be managed from the same system, reducing network rollout costs and time-to-market for new revenue generating network capacity. At the same time it will consolidate the IT infrastructure that network operators need to build and maintain their network.
The Clarity Network Rollout and Asset Logistics Suite provides sophisticated planning and project management capabilities to roll-out changes to the network, bring new infrastructure on-line and generate revenue more rapidly. It helps operators track assets through their network, reduce capital expenditure costs by better utilising existing equipment and select more cost effective equipment to deploy. It also helps to increase network availability and revenue generation for the network as a whole through maintenance management. Costs are further reduced as operators can track commercial and legal aspects of owned, leased real-estate, including service costs such as utilities, security, and maintenance.
“Clarity has witnessed a significant up-surge in the number of operators that are targeting better integration of their planning and operations communities, processes and systems in order to improve efficiency as the network is built, upgraded and operated” commented Tony Kalcina, Clarity Chief Product Officer. “In the current economic environment, operators need to reduce costs and increase revenue; both of which are provided by Clarity’s new capabilities in this area. Efficiency of network rollout and asset logistics operations is strengthened by combining them with traditional OSS capabilities such as accurate and comprehensive inventory, network discovery, activation and field-force logistics."