Network planning & design
Up to 70% reduction in unnecessary expenses occurring during planning and design process
Quick and accurate detection of network failure location
Up to 30% more productive workforce with automation of operational processes
What IS CAIMAN
Caiman is a web and mobile based solution that helps telecom companies cover network planning, design, construction, maintenance, customer care and 10 more operational processes all in one software.
Operations management tool that will boost workforce productivity by allowing to easily set and track employee KPIs.
CRM system that helps efficiently manage relationships with automation in sales, marketing, customer care and more.
Insightful business intelligence dashboard that helps make an informed decision about potential network threats or what direction in business is right.
Up to date mapping interface which allows optimal and speedy network planning and design.
Constant awareness of the capacity the company has in order to expand its networks with a display of what resources there are and which are needed.
Billing solution that aids in managing each customers’ payments, delays, credits, and arrears, generate Profit & Loss statement for an overview.
Improved Employee Experience
Optimal resource allocation
real time analysis
Why choose caiman ?
Caiman's algorithms help optimize the use of your valuable resources, including time (planning and implementation time), materials (eg cable length) and overall cost to deliver a project or customer service. It can speed up the design process significantly, which impacts design, cost savings, but also in faster RFS (Ready for Service) times for customers. With uniquely designed features that will cover work of all key departments of Telecom Companies, Caiman's software solutions will engage with a broad audience, delivering productivity and collaboration ROI across the entire business.
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