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May 12, 2006
KRAKOW, Poland -- Comarch has launched its state-of-the-art Process-Driven Inventory Management solution. The specially designed solution allows the handling of all network-related processes within a network management system in order to significantly reduce the “integration tax” incurred by telco operators. The solution promises to improve the operational efficiency of telecommunications networks.
"We made the decision to construct the Process-Driven Inventory Management system based on the success of Comarch’s Inventory Management solution. Our latest solution aims at increasing the potential of an operator’s network by enhancing the efficiency of the processes it performs through the integrated, umbrella management of network resources and associated operations. Importantly, the solution serves to reduce the time and high costs resulting from the inefficiencies of systems that are not integrated. Operators can achieve significant savings by implementing Comarch’s Process-Driven Inventory Management." says Piotr Pitosa, VP Telecommunications, Comarch.
Comarch Process-Driven Inventory Management enables the defining, management, automation and optimization of network and service processes in compliance with established business and technical rules. The modern solution is based on two other Comarch BSS/OSS modules, namely, Inventory Management and Business Process Management
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