Nairobi, Kenya Jun 2022
Seacom, Africa's largest fibre provider, has modernized the management of its fibre assets thanks to STREAMLINE FIBRE™ from Nasc Technologies. Thanks to STREAMLINE FIBRE™, all of Seacom's asset information and workflow will be 100% online and 100% up to date, plus all activities related to fibre assets will be mobilized via STREAMLINE™ Workforce Management.
"We were immediately impressed in trials of how powerful and user friendly the STREAMLINE FIBRE™ software is, and equally impressed with Nasc Technologies approach and expertise in this area. We quickly decided to proceed to a full launch, and now are largely on the way to having our valuable fibre network 'digitalised', says Prenesh Padayachee, Seacom Group Chief Digital Officer. "This will enable us to maximise the utilization of our network, and drive our sales efforts".
Nasctech COO Peter McEntee said, "We are very pleased to be working with such a large and successful operator as Seacom. The Seacom team very quickly embraced the idea of having all your asset data available online real time, real time, and making it mobile. With STREAMLINE FIBRE™, Seacom's will become highly efficient in both leveraging and managing its fibre network".
Through its ownership of Africa's most extensive ICT data infrastructure ─ including multiple subsea cables, a resilient, continent-wide IP-MPLS network, and Metro Fibre in major African Cities ─ SEACOM provides a full suite of flexible, scalable and high-quality communications and cloud solutions that enable the growth of the continent's economy. SEACOM is privately owned and operated, allowing the company the agility to rapidly tailor-make and deploy new services, commercial models, and infrastructure in response to customer requirements. Without the red tape or hidden costs often prevalent in this industry.
Nasc Technologies Ltd is a leading supplier of telecommunication automation and AI software, and is live in over 15 countries worldwide, ranging all the way from the US and the Caribbean in the Americas, to Malaysia and the Philippines in Asia.