Grameenphone, a mobile service provider with more than 37 million subscribers in Bangladesh, has recently adapted Oracle (News - Alert) Communications’ Network Resource Management solution to enhance and renovate its network inventory management systems and processes.
The new deployment is helping Grameenphone (News - Alert) take advantage of a single, scalable network inventory, accurately synchronized with the network through ongoing network discovery and reconciliation. The new system offers flexible work management tools to manage inventory and update its processes including network design, installation, test and customer acceptance.
Apart from installing Oracle Communications Network Resource Management, Grameenphone has also deployed Oracle E-Business Suite that assures to manage the complexities of global business environments no matter if the organization is small, medium or large in size. It even enhances network asset lifecycle management, enabling more timely and accurate financial reporting and compliance.
“Oracle Communications Network Resource Management is a modular solution that enables network operators to plan, build, optimize and transform their networks. When further integrated with financial asset management such as Oracle E-Business Suite, it provides service providers complete visibility to all network assets and supports timely and accurate financial and regulatory compliance,” said Bhaskar Gorti, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications, in a statement.
The new setup has enabled Grameenphone to achieve network inventory data accuracy by at least 30 percent for more efficient network operations. In addition to this, the company has also been able to identify 30 percent stranded capacity in the transmission network, enabling Grameenphone to re-deploy this capacity and avoid additional capital costs.
“In successfully deploying Oracle Communications Network Resource Management solution, we have simplified, standardized and integrated our OSS applications, enabling us to reduce our network-related costs, improve the accuracy of our asset cost management processes and consolidate applications – ensuring our future business processes will be faster, more agile and increasingly efficient,” said Tanveer Mohammad, chief technology officer, Technology Division, Grameenphone.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey