Network Implementation and Rollout
Network implementation and rollout involves various stakeholders (such as internal teams in charge of engineering, operations, and IT) who enable program management with external vendors (such as network equipment providers - NEPs, and system and solution vendors).
Infosys, with its multi-vendor product knowledge and multi-technology experts, is the right system integration partner for deploying networks and infrastructure. Our strong program and project management skills ensure cost-effective network rollouts, which are also faster-to-market and 'Right First Time' in the matter of implementation and rollout. Our dedicated professional services teams can help operators address their pressing needs, including the need to:
Get implementation Right First Time
Our consulting services, which include business and product requirements, road map analysis of technical requirements, gap and impact analysis, vendor and technology evaluation through multi-vendor knowledge, and multi-technology expertise will help ensure efficient network implementation and rollout.
Reduce cost of implementation
We provide systems integration services that include end-to-end lifecycle activities such as network planning, network design, network implementation, and network testing and certification. Our experts help clients reduce total cost of ownership by leveraging the Global Delivery Model (brought to perfection by Infosys), onsite-offshore model, and automated processes.
Reduce cost of operations
We provide post-deployment services, including 24x7 monitoring, L2 / L3 technical assistance, bug fixing and issue fixing, and services that enable process improvement and operational efficiency. Change management, network upgrades, and maintenance are some of the regular and critical services that we provide to ensure network and service availability.
Our network implementation and rollout service has two supplementary offerings:
- Consulting and Systems Integration
- Network planning, design, validation, and root cause analysis