LiveTrack

Take the complexity out of cell sites

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An innovative, holistic approach to managing cell site development projects.

LiveTrack was purposefully designed with the complex management needs of cell site development in mind. LiveTrack centralizes multidisciplinary information and milestones, providing end-to-end visibility to all stakeholders.

Current Challenges

Mobile network operators and their contractors need to significantly increase bandwidth on their networks. The networks need to be continually updated to deliver on the promise of 5G and other technologies.

This means the operators need to build more cell sites in less time and at lower costs than ever before.

LiveTrack Benefits

  • Md7 Icon LiveTrack – On-Air Faster

    Site On-Air Faster

    LiveTrack shortens cycle times by measuring and optimizing all phases of the site development process.

  • Md7 Icon LiveTrack – Effeciency

    Increased Efficiency

    LiveTrack heightens manager efficiency by providing immediate, empowering, real-time project overview data.

  • Md7 Icon LiveTrack – Better Reporting

    Better Reporting

    LiveTrack provides real-time reporting to get you the data you want when you want it.

  • Md7 Icon LiveTrack – Identify Problems Faster

    Identify Problems or Delays Faster

    LiveTrack provides immediate notification of major issues, escalates according to priorities, and demands accountability from key players.

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"I've been in the field since 2003 and I have to say you rank up there with the best. You have been patient, accommodating, knowledgable and responsive to all of my questions. You walked into quite a mess in Saluda County and I honestly can't imagine getting through all of these projects with any other group."

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