Increasing competition push service providers to move their existing network to next generation, converged, network infrastructures in order to offer new, revenue-generating services. Working with Odine Solutions as your strategic partner to outsource all or part of the next generation network planning, implementation, and management, the transition is fast, efficient, and with reduced risk.
In order to overcome the competitive topological and business challenges associated with network transformation, we provide an innovative framework as a strategic tool to address a more comprehensive relationship than a supplier-buyer relation. This includes business and network consulting, network planning and design, implementation and integration, and on-going network maintenance and management.
Our Strategic Outsourcing differs from our consulting services in the way that activities related to the former are actually performed and delivered by Odine Solutions’ technical, engineering, and project teams to deploy solutions whereas the latter is our expertise on independent project consulting delivered by 3rd party vendors and network developers.
Typical elements of our Strategic Outsourcing framework are:
• Project & Program Management
• Site Survey
• Site Audit
• EF&I (Engineering, Furnish & Install) Services
• Network and IP Design
• Database, Call Flow and Routing Design
• On-Site Technical Support
• Network Verification Testing
• Class 4 Migration Service
• Class 5 Migration Service
• Operations Integration
• Managed Operations
• Remote Network Monitoring
Odine Solutions strives to deliver the utmost in educational services to our clients maximize the potential of their next-generation network and service infrastructures. We offer a variety of training courses ranging from standard product overview classes to hands-on classes covering the installation, operation, and maintenance of our solutions. Our expert staff is comprised of in-house or outsources instructors with extensive knowledge in next-generation networks and auxiliary OSS/BSS technologies.