Link Procurement And Contract Management
Expert handling from planning, service selection, contract negotiation to link procurement for all sites worldwide.
Link Provisioning and Testing
Co-ordination of the provisioning and activation of Internet connections with all service providers globally.
24x7x365 Link Monitoring
Around-the-clock monitoring of links, packet loss, and latency to proactively address any network issues to identify, analyze and resolve any link performance and availability issues.
Service Impact Analysis
In-depth analysis of data from link monitoring, degradation in service, and service disruptions to prevent future challenges and outages.
Customer Support and Notifications
We work with ISPs as the first point of contact in case of service disruptions to identify root cause, improve link quality, and get your links up and running fast. While keeping you informed about service issues with detailed reports and insights.
We oversee, coordinate, and review all ISP maintenance activities, planned and un-planned, so you can focus on your business.
Across All Sites
Removes dependency on local ISP and variance in service and performance experience across sites worldwide. All backed by our single vendor SLAs.
Eliminate dealing with numerous ISP vendors and contracts to simplify accounts payable and service issue resolution across the globe.
Higher Availability and Predictable Performance
Dedicated 24/7 expert support and monitoring ensure true end-to-end network management and faster time to resolution of incidents that can impact network performance and availability.
Last-Mile Connectivity in networking refers to the final leg of the Wide Area Network that enables connectivity between the branch locations and the central office/data center. Regional connectivity vendors usually provide it.
Multiple regional service providers typically provide Last-Mile Connectivity. However, using numerous service providers to build an enterprise WAN results in operational complexity. It makes troubleshooting difficult in a network failure. Managing payments and negotiating contracts with multiple regional service providers also pose an operational problem.