Onboarding the right professionals to execute temporary network engineering initiatives can be pressure-ridden and time-consuming for any engineering and operations professional, particularly when dealing with the added notions of time-sensitivity, staff reductions and financial strain. Leading engineering professional services and consulting company TXW Solutions (TXW), started by 20-year IT and telecommunications veteran Don Eben, works closely with customers to overcome this challenge by providing them with the flexibility to utilize project-focused professional services across all facets of Network Engineering and Planning; Circuit Provisioning and Grooming; Operations and Support; and System Architecture, Migration and Integration.
TXW recently unveiled the launch of its US operations at COMPTEL PLUS Business Expo 2015 in Orlando FL, although the company’s innovative approach to high-quality engineering, project management and implementation has already earned it significant industry praise resulting in rapid growth. A key differentiator for TXW is its national database of experienced engineering teams established over 15 years of working with leading ILECs, CLECs, wireless and large enterprise organizations. From legacy systems to state-of-the-art technology, TXW’s engineers are cross-trained on various systems and equipment, resulting in no required training or ramp-up period. The experts are able to immediately and effectively execute time-sensitive, mission-critical projects.
TXW is well-versed in executing even the most complex engineering projects, including VoIP conversion, metro Ethernet migration, legacy decommission, back-office system migration, and network audit and inventory. To learn more about TXW and its engineering professional services, visit www.txwsolutions.com.
While at COMPTEL PLUS, TXW CEO Don Eben also participated as a guest speaker during the Practical Magic – Realizing Ancillary Benefits from Mergers and Acquisitions workshop alongside distinguished industry experts from Global Capacity, Impact Telecom and Technologies Management, Inc. During the panel, Mr. Eben and fellow panelists explored post-transaction synergy in relation to integrating networks, rates, billing and operating systems following an M&A.