In companies that run on their networks, the network contains valuable information directly related to business functions, from calculating service costs to evaluating the profitability of customers, evaluating the best peering choices to determining budget requirements. Network engineering has an obligation to provide their business colleagues with visibility and access to this data. Historically, this has been a time consuming and frustrating pursuit since solutions either handled data well but didn’t have the network intelligence to understand the interdependencies, or they didn’t scale and allow the user to manipulate data in the way they wanted. Cariden’s growing business intelligence solutions provide a better answer.
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