Goodbye spreadsheets, hello operational excellence

Say goodbye to spreadsheets. You deserve better. Being dependent on spreadsheets for project management is leading to avoidable inefficiencies. You can only track so much in spreadsheets, so if you want a clear view of project progress, you need more than a static spreadsheet. Why you can’t manage fiber projects in spreadsheets Consumers on their smartphones, tablets, and other connected devices want high speeds and low latency from their wireless network. The world is seeing a greater demand for throughput and connectivity. To meet this demand, carriers and service providers …

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AGL Summit Top Takeaway: Overcome the challenges of tower colocation in the race to 5G

Brett Cupta, Vice President of Customer Success at Sitetracker, participated on a panel on the technical challenges of tower colocation last week at the SoCal AGL Local Summit. It’s a topic of great importance as the telecom industry races to 5G in this era of network densification. The demand for greater coverage and throughput is aided by advances in wireless technology. As technology progresses, the processes of operating cell towers change. Whether amending a current tenant’s rental status or adding a new carrier, tower service providers have to accommodate and …

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Standardize processes and enhance productivity with our latest release

Sitetracker’s latest release delivers numerous enhancements and overall improved user experience. As a true software as a service platform, we deliver frequent releases in enterprise functionality automatically without the need for any manual updates. Our first release of 2019 ensures we continue to deliver a fast, powerful user-friendly experience for executives, project managers and field technicians alike. Do more on Sitetracker Mobile Mobility is an essential component of project management. Sitetracker Mobile is the most efficient way to connect teams and streamline workflows. With our latest release, even more functionality …

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Avoid extinction: modernize your project management processes in the era of network densification

65 million years ago dinosaurs once roamed and ruled the Earth. Suddenly, everything changed. When a meteorite hit, the climate changed, the world changed, and the dinosaurs went extinct. Unable to adapt from their place atop the food chain, they were wiped out while smaller animals, including mammals, turtles, crocodiles, and frogs, evolved and survived.  The telecom industry is facing a similar cataclysmic event right now network densification. Extinction level event: Network Densification Network Densification is an extremely powerful force that will shape the telecom industry and mobile networks over …

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5G is an enabler for the reinvestment in utility grids

It is a very exciting time for the utility industry. Renewable energy from solar, wind, and water sources are shaping the future. Electric vehicles are all over the road. Smart meters are allowing utility customers to better manage their energy consumption. Net metering and interconnection projects are driving more diverse energy portfolios, promoting economic development and reducing emissions. Application of these technologies is leading to the rise of smart cities. All of these projects and advancements are electrifying. The increasing importance of distributed generation (DG), and renewable energy means the …

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Decrease turnaround times and drive alignment with collaborative document management

Without a collaborative document management system accompanying your project management platform your organization experiences pain that negatively affects your bottom line and overall efficiency. Friction builds between teams and among team members, as they wait on the progress of document markup and review without alerts upon completion in real time. Workflows are interrupted and project timelines slip. Without a single source of truth, conflicting versions of documents emerge and can wreak havoc. Precious time is spent tracking down the most up-to-date version. Teams get tied up in email chains and …

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