Digital Fairway Corporation

Digital Fairway Corporation

June 05, 2007 14:36 ET

Digital Fairway Corporation: New Research Shows Enterprises Deploying Telecom Order and Inventory Software Before Network Transitions Are More Likely to Succeed

Aberdeen Report Finds These Best-In-Class Organizations Typically Complete Their Network Transitions On Plan and On Budget

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 5, 2007) - Digital Fairway Corp. (, a leading developer of software solutions that help enterprises simplify management of their telecommunications infrastructures, announces the availability of a new research report from Aberdeen Group. This independent benchmark study, Network Transformations: Managing Transitions for Growth reports Best-in-Class (BIC) organizations that deploy technologies like order and inventory software before embarking on network transitions are three times more likely to complete their transitions on time or ahead of plan compared to other organizations; achieving cost savings sooner and minimizing network downtime.

"This report clearly demonstrates organizations need to be better prepared before re-architecting their networks to expand capacity, converge voice and data traffic or migrate from legacy to next generation IP services," says Digital Fairway CEO Joe Warnement. "It is proof positive that telecom service order and inventory software is an essential ingredient for organizations to achieve successful, on-time network transition."

"Our survey found that 60 per cent of organizations should have performed a better assessment before undertaking their network transition," says Aberdeen Group's Research Director Joe Basili. "Only 21 per cent of laggards completed network transitions on time, or ahead of plan compared to 100 per cent of Best-in-Class organizations."

Of the 275 enterprises surveyed for the report:

- 51 per cent of BICs had service order software already in place versus 15 per cent of laggards

- 57 per cent of BICs had established a centralized database of circuits and services versus 24 per cent of laggards

- 61 per cent of BICs had end-to-end visibility into their voice and data inventory versus 30 per cent of laggards

"This Aberdeen report provides the essential guidelines to success for enterprises seeking to achieve a cost effective and timely network transition," adds Warnement. "Most notably, the report reveals that Best-in-Class organizations act more strategically by creating a business case to acquire and deploy technologies that will help them reduce the time to complete their network transition."

Network Transformations: Managing Transitions for Growth examines how enterprises are dealing with the issues such as voice service availability, application response times and managing new service requests with carriers while transitioning to IP enabled, converged networks. The report represents a practical roadmap for enterprises seeking to achieve a timely, cost effective network transition.

The Provergent(TM) Communication Services Management Suite from Digital Fairway is designed to help organizations centralize and automate their telecommunications service order and inventory processes. Using Provergent(TM), organizations can achieve new levels of visibility and control over their communications infrastructure and services, which research now shows is an essential component of successful network transitions.

The Aberdeen Group report, which was sponsored in part by Digital Fairway, can be downloaded here: Network Transformations: Managing Transitions for Growth. Details of the research methodology can be found in Appendix A.

About Digital Fairway

Digital Fairway is a leading developer of software solutions that help enterprises simplify the management of their voice, data and video communications infrastructures.

Its flagship product Provergent(TM) helps organizations centralize and automate their telecommunications service order and inventory processes to build accurate, easy to manage inventories of circuits, equipment and mobile devices. This set of easy-to-use management applications helps substantially reduce the runaway telecommunications costs associated with both traditional and converged voice and data communications services.

Digital Fairway's customers and partners include a growing list of some of the world's most successful communications service providers and largest enterprises.

Founded in 1999, Digital Fairway is a privately-held corporation, with Canadian headquarters in Toronto, Ontario and U.S. headquarters in San Francisco, California. For additional information, please visit

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