Uncover big data solutions
We can create and develop geographical maps to demonstrate and present whatever information you need to show, these don’t just have to look like a normal map of the world but can also be designed to take on a similar appearance to a tube map, or other style as required.
A web portal is most often one specially-designed Web page which brings information together from diverse sources in a uniform way.
This is a fundamental part of the larger movement towards improved business intelligence and knowledge management.
Analysis of data is a process of inspecting, cleaning, transforming, and modeling data with the goal of discovering useful information, suggesting conclusions, and supporting decision making.
Project management is the process and activity of planning, organizing, motivating, and controlling resources, procedures and protocols to accomplish specific goals within, perhaps, specific time constraints.
Is a reporting portal for network performance data supplied by Ookla. Ookla collects this data from members of the public (crowd sourcing) performing tests on speedtest.net web app and their Android and iOS mobile apps. The I-Speed portal then provides Customer and Competitor views of aggregated data and analytics that can be filtered on-line to provide extended tabular and graphical data visualisations.
Provides geographical visualisations of telecom network maps, providing insights to wholesale and retail customers of the network service capabilities. A public facing example can be seen here.
Is a network information tool that provides intuitive subway-style network maps, capacity costs and utilisation statistics for network operators.
Submarine cable capacity management system, providing Network Administration, Capacity Management and NOC management operations functions. This has recently been developed for the Bay of Bengal Gateway sub-marine consortium; Vodafone, Omantel, Etisalat, Reliance Jio Infocomm, Dialog and Telekom Malaysia
Provides an asset management capability for tracking and updating telecom assets and provides a supply chain management system for managing the supplier and associated contracts. Tracks when contracts are due for renewal and provides active notifications to key personnel.
MITS are following a defined software development process based on a rapid and iterative delivery method. There are seven best practices for modern software engineering that we consider when undertaking this approach:
1. Develop iteratively, with risk as the primary iteration driver
2. Actively manage requirements
3. Employ a component-based architecture
4. Model software visually
5. Continuously verify quality
6. Control changes
Ask yourself these questions:
Do I want to work in building top quality business applications for key network and telecommunication clients?
Am I self-motivated and a team player?
Do I have the skills that can add real value, using the latest software engineering techniques?
Am I focused on always improving quality and introducing better ways of working?
Am I service orientated, always looking to exceed client’s expectations
Am I keen and excited to work with like-minded individuals?
Are you hungry, talented and imaginative enough to join our team?
If you find yourself answering “yes”, then MITS could be saying “yes” too, please get in touch and send us your CV, we’d love to hear from you!