Error-free Design: Why Owning Service Complexity Benefits the Business

 


While it has never been easy to flawlessly design and deliver networked services, tools have evolved along with service complexity to make the process smoother and more accurate. This report tells the story of how Sprint teamed with its requirements-to-order software solutions partner, Netformx, and transformed from a company with 10 percent of its service designs sent back for rework, to a company with almost no rework.

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While it has never been easy to flawlessly design and deliver networked services, tools have evolved along with service complexity to make the process smoother and more accurate. This report tells the story of how Sprint teamed with its requirements-to-order software solutions partner, Netformx, and transformed from a company with 10 percent of its service designs sent back for rework, to a company with almost no rework.

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Error-free Design: Why Owning Service Complexity Benefits the BusinessSPIE 2013 #43 - November 22/2013IntroductionWhy 100 Years of Circuit Design Does Not Provide an AdvantageTaking Charge of the End-to-end ProcessStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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