Inventory and workflow management systems
wbailey at satelliteintelligencegroup.com
Tue May 21 17:39:11 UTC 2013
Beware of Metasolv license costs..
Beware of Metasolv in general.
On 5/21/13 10:28 AM, "Siegel, David" <David.Siegel at Level3.com> wrote:
>Off the shelf stuff? There are lots of options, but it seems like the
>general opinion of the IT groups I've worked with is that it's just as
>much work to customize and integrate them as it is to write from scratch
>so we tend to get further way from COTS all the time.
>You should take a look at Metasolv (now part of Oracle, I believe). We
>used it in one of our P&L regions for some regional products for over a
>decade and I was always impressed by how quickly they could roll out new
>workflows and products in it since much of the customization work could
>be done by a business process architect rather than having to be coded by
>We've also used Granite, which is from Telcordia, but I don't have enough
>direct or indirect experience to have an opinion on whether or not it's
>From: vijay gill [mailto:vgill at vijaygill.com]
>Sent: Sunday, May 19, 2013 11:22 AM
>To: NANOG list
>Subject: Re: Inventory and workflow management systems
>Resurrecting this thread. Anyone?
>What software solution do people use for inventory management for things
>like riser/conduit drawdown, fiber inventory, physical topology store,
>CLR/DLR, x-connect, contracts, port inventory, etc.
>Any experiences in integrating workflow into those packages for work
>orders, modeling, drawdown levels, etc.
>On Fri, Apr 4, 2008 at 2:16 PM, vijay gill <vgill at vijaygill.com> wrote:
>> What software solution do people use for inventory management for
>> things like riser/conduit drawdown, fiber inventory, physical topology
>> store, CLR/DLR, x-connect, contracts, port inventory, etc.
>> Any experiences in integrating workflow into those packages for work
>> orders, modeling, drawdown levels, etc.
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