Publié le 2 novembre 2016
EXFO Inc. announced today that TestFlow, its field test process automation and analytics solution, has been selected as a finalist for the Fierce Innovation Awards 2016: Telecom Edition. TestFlow has been nominated in the Network Test and Measurement category.
QUEBEC CITY, CANADA, November 2, 2016 — EXFO Inc. (NASDAQ: EXFO, TSX: EXF) announced today that TestFlow, its field test process automation and analytics solution, has been selected as a finalist for the Fierce Innovation Awards 2016: Telecom Edition. TestFlow has been nominated in the Network Test and Measurement category
Applications were assessed on the following criteria: effectiveness, ease of use/return on investment, true innovation and end-user impact. TestFlow has been nominated for its unique ability to automate and manage the typically manual field testing process associated with today’s complex network deployments in order to ensure full test process compliance with network design specifications.
TestFlow eliminates test data errors resulting from inaccessible, forgotten or obsolete method of procedures (MOPs) and data-entry mistakes, enables highly efficient network field testing, maximizes technician productivity through focused testing and empowers project managers with timely actionable information.
TestFlow’s core features – namely predefined MOP workflows, automatic centralized test results-to-metrics processing and multidimensional dashboards – lead to the following progressive, escalating benefits for MNOs/MSOs and their contractors:
Winners will be announced from the pool of finalists during the Live Awards webcast on Thursday, November 17 at 2 p.m. EST. You can register for the webcast here.
For more details on TestFlow’s benefits for contractors and service providers, please visit EXFO.com/TestFlow.
For more details on the Fierce Innovation Awards 2016, please visit fierceinnovationawards.com.
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