Fulcrum Technologies’ Brian Hodges to present Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions at the Tower & Small Cell Summit at CTIA Super Mobility 2015.
SEATTLE, WA. — September 8, 2015 — Today Fulcrum Technologies, makers of the CATS Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM) software, announced their participation as a key presenter at the Tower & Small Cell Summit at CTIA Super Mobility 2015 in Las Vegas on September 9th. Fulcrum Technologies’ Brian Hodges will be presenting CATS Asset Lifecycle Management best practices, which let Communication Service Providers (CSPs) get visibility, gain insight, and take control of their new, existing, and stranded assets.
Over 50% of a CSP’s annual capital expenditure is invested in acquiring expensive network assets that are the strength of a CSP’s offering to its customers. The Tower & Small Cell Summit is dedicated to the same objective as CATS: Helping CSPs maximize those investments in critical assets.
The Tower & Small Cell Summit, co-located with CTIA Super Mobility 2015, will focus on the opportunities and hurdles CSPs face during this mobile broadband revolution, giving them the necessary insight to remain competitive and profitable. The conference program is led by well-respected analysts, practitioners and consultants who will discuss and analyze the critical issues and trends shaping the industry. Registered attendees from both the Tower & Small Cell Summit and CTIA Super Mobility 2015 will be able to attend the CATS presentation for no additional cost.
To find out how you can get visibility, gain insight, and take control of your assets today, please visit www.Fulcrum.net.
About Fulcrum Technologies™, Inc.
Fulcrum is the leading provider of Asset Lifecycle Management solutions for Communication Service Providers, including wireless and wire-line telecom carriers and Internet and cable providers. Fulcrum’s CATS software allows companies to track the status of their infrastructure assets in real-time while automatically synchronizing with other back-office systems. CATS enhances operational efficiencies, regulatory compliance, and profitability by improving capital equipment utilization, rationalizing spares allocation, and streamlining return and repair processes. Fulcrum (www.Fulcrum.net) is used by 3 of the 4 largest telecom providers in North America and has recently been selected by one of the world’s largest providers in APAC.