Learn how to overcome the lack of resources with key steps that drive efficiency.
Service providers are facing an incredible challenge, which is also a tremendous opportunity. Today, the demand for 5G deployment and the promise that it can bring to communities is at an all-time high.
Companies who find innovative ways to adapt will be the ones to claim the lion’s share of the emerging market. However, getting there requires change. In this podcast, John Sciarabba, CEO of Alden Systems, explains exactly what changes your company can make now to capture more business in the future — even beyond broadband deployment. “It’s really about being positioned for what’s next,” Sciarabba says.
Our current climate is unique because we haven’t seen this kind of volume of work involving so many areas of a company at once, while also requiring coordination among multiple companies within the industry. If any one area can’t keep up with demand, it can bottleneck the whole process.
In this podcast, we discuss:
- Project to Process — How this crucial mindset shift will position your company to gain efficiencies without adding more resources
- How the data you capture can affect processes downstream
- How to use your data to drive better decisions and reduce unnecessary trips to the field
- The most impactful way to utilize “human capital” through automation
As the work of 5G deployment and collaboration becomes exponentially more complex, the gains for companies who implement process improvement now grows immensely. Learn how you can reap the benefits by tuning in to this podcast.
With guest John Sciarabba, CEO, Alden Systems
John is an outcome-focused thought leader. He has the mindset and education of an engineer with heart and soul of an artist. This means John likes to create things that have impact. John founded Alden due to critical needs emerging from the utility and telecommunication industries. John’s leadership is represented through company-wide core values and Alden’s mission to unite utility professionals.
John received his BS in Electrical Engineering from Clarkson University and his MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Prior to Alden, John worked for over a decade in industry, including positions at Bellcore and Kodak, where he was responsible for emerging video technology and services and project management. John founded the Birmingham chapter of the Entrepreneur’s Organization and served as its first President and is a member of Vistage. He also serves on the board of PMMC, a revenue cycle software solution for hospitals and health systems.
Alden’s purpose is to create better communities through better infrastructure. We serve the people that power, connect, and inform the world, including utilities, communications, broadband providers and their engineering and construction partners.
We ensure our clients improve internal and external communication to enable data-driven decisions with a collaborative system designed to speed up service deployment. The Alden One platform is a centralized database of assets and activities that provides clarity and control through business process automation. www.aldensys.com.
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Take actionable steps now to position your company to win market share. It all rests on one foundational mindset shift — moving from project to process.