Vodafone Egypt signs pact with Clarity

The infrastructure management solution to improve Vodafone Egypt’s network capabilities

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Vodafone Egypt signs pact with Clarity With the installation of the infrastructure management solution, Vodafone Egypt expects to improve its operational productivity and maximise the return on assets.
By  Nithyasree Trivikram Published  December 15, 2010

Egyptian mobile operator, Vodafone Egypt, has signed a deal with Clarity, an Australian vendor, to install its infrastructure management solution, Omnix.

Upon installation, Vodafone Egypt expects to improve its operational productivity and maximise the return on assets.

Mohamed Henna, chief technology officer at Vodafone Egypt, said: "We want to deliver a rewarding experience to our 28 million customers. Regularly increasing and refreshing our network capacity is key to achieving this, as is rolling out new technologies such as HSPA+."

The solution is to automate and coordinate key finance, network and service management processes of Vodafone Egypt, which is expected to dramatically transform its network vendor selection processes, track rollout against supplier performance agreements and see a clear overview of asset location, availability and capacity.

Jon Newbery, CEO of Clarity, said: "With our infrastructure management solution, Vodafone Egypt can accurately monitor vendor deployment performance, as well as manage their customer network proactively to achieve efficient levels of capacity - in essence, identifying and solving problems before they occur, in a highly cost-efficient manner."

 

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