If your company could perform work faster without losing track of details, it would make you more money, right? Efficiency leads to profit.
A panel at AGL Local Summit in Atlanta, Nov. 8, will examine the importance of efficient project management to meet today’s the tight deadlines and even tighter budgets that suppliers face with performing work for wireless carriers on towers and even more so with small cells being rolled out across the nation.
“Software as a service (SaaS) can help you automate, replicate and manage build-outs for small cells, macro towers and rooftop sites,” said Giuseppe Incitti, Sitetracker CEO, said. “SaaS hasn’t become a $181 billion industry for doing nothing.”
ZenFi Networks, a communications infrastructure company serving the New York and New Jersey metro region, announced today that it will use a software-based project management platform by Sitetracker to manage internal and external teams designing, building, and maintaining small cell and fiber assets.
Having recently merged with Cross River Fiber, ZenFi Networks now has 700 route miles of fiber-optic network, 119 on-net buildings, 47 colocation facilities and nearly 6,000 outdoor wireless locations under contract. Keeping track of all those facilities plus an accelerating workload of building more infrastructure was an imperative.
“We chose Sitetracker to help drive alignment across our operations by gathering data and updates from the field as projects progress,” ZenFi president and chief operating officer, Vincenzo Clemente, said. “The ability to track and report project and site data in real time greatly enhances our capabilities.”
ZenFi Networks is committed to meeting the demand for next generation network access by building, owning, and maintaining a world-class fiber optic network, distributed colocation, and wireless siting solutions for enterprise, carrier and wireless operators.
Cameron Galbraith, Sitetracker, will be a speaker on the AGL Atlanta Summit panel, along with Sonya Roshek, B+T Group; and Rob Tymchyshyn, FieldCLIX.