The Network Inventory Management System is a comprehensive solution with multiple modules and technologies for inventorying logical and physical network elements and supporting the network planning process. Solution works with any network technology and all types of networks. The integrated workflow engine supports processes related to network management and service sales. Intelligent detection and coordination mechanisms improve accuracy of network data. Solution is available on the three platforms: desktop, web and mobile.

Integrated, powerful, enterprise-wide platform that enables operators to successfully transform OSS.

By intelligently managing network and service data, Network Inventory provides significant efficiencies for telecommunications business processes, such as:


  •       Network design and expansion
  •       Sales, deliveries and services
  •       Error handling
  •       Network maintenance

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In the plant inventory


Inside Plant Inventory is an advanced application for documenting and controlling telecommunication network devices and components. Provides a hierarchical breakdown and visualization of network elements and their parameters, e.g. Amplifier in the closet, splitting in a hole, room in a building, etc.

Indoor Plant Software


Plant inventory contains a library of the most used devices for different types of networks and the core network

Technologies such as fiber, coaxial, copper, radio lines, SDH, PDH, IP, WDM, GSM, UMTS, CDMA, HSPA, LTE, WiMAX and others.

Telecommunications in the inventory of installations


Location of service endpoints in the building structure (apartments and rooms)

Positioning and connecting network elements (symbols) in the building

Possibility of simple replication of network segments between buildings (stairs, floors, apartments and rooms, basements)iin the system software


See shelf


Representation of the position of the object in the network infrastructure (eg amplifier in the cabinet, splitting in a hole, space in a building)

Advanced single-view view of logical and physical network aspects


Device view


View device with sub-elements and structure (e.g. router, card, downstream, ports)

Pre-modeled network element libraries for different types of network technologies

Presentation of auxiliary documents that are assigned to an object (possible integration in an external repository)


Floor plan view


Representation of network elements in floor plans

Hierarchical decomposition and visualization of construction and network elements and their attributes, e.g. Stairs inside a building, apartments and floors inside stairs, the dividing position of a building, amplifiers in a closet, etc.