The experts here at RoamsysNext are very passionate about the telecoms industry and constantly seek ways to improve the working lives of our customers with their expertise, knowledge and the industry’s most up-to-date and extensive roaming data. Our products provide sophisticated solutions to improve your roaming experience with automated network configurations and full-speed service openings.

But our tools also offer many reporting functionalities of which the dashboards are playing an important role. Learn more about using them in practice to identify bottlenecks, visualize your team’s performance and, finally, bring a smile to your management’s faces.

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Dashboards and reporting

All people are different with specific needs and interests. So reporting features need to be highly flexible to make the most of it. Our dashboards allow you to visualize application data in different gadgets that can all be tailored to your very own needs.
Each user has access to their own, personalized dashboard, that can be configured to display the data that is of interest for them. They can add or remove gadgets, choose how and in what order to display them, and even add multiple instances of the same basic gadget that can display different data sets.

Dashboards are available for the following applications:

  • IREG Toolbox

  • Networks

  • Rollouts

Visualizing your service openings

A basic example of a configurable Rollouts Dashboard gadget is the World map gadget. In combination with powerful filter options this visualizes service availability throughout the world and, maybe even more importantly, helps you identify areas where availability needs to be increased. A user could add three World map gadgets that each display different data, especially focused on modern technologies:

    • Active LTE launches
    • Currently active 5G launches
    • All currently active launches

Another example that could also be useful in identifying blockers is the Current phase gadget: This displays the current phase for all active launches. When a disproportionately large number of rollouts are stuck in one phase, that gives an indication that actions might be required here.

A prime example of a key gadget for identifying issues that is interesting for Management users is the Phase performance gadget: With this gadget, you can see at one glance what your performance target is in general for a specific phase (i.e. how many days are planned for working in that phase), and how the actual phase performance measures up against that target. There can be many reasons for delays, but it’s always good to be informed about it as early as possible to take countermeasures in good time.
If you are more interested in the total number of rollouts, we have you covered as well: The Launches by service gadget displays all ongoing launches and can also be configured to show historic rollout data – for example, how many rollouts for each service were completed in specific years.

Dashboards for many modules

These were just a few examples of currently available Rollouts Dashboard gadgets: In total, eight different Dashboard gadgets that can all be configured with a multitude of options are available. On top of that, operator groups have access to even more gadgets that can measure and display the rollouts performance across different group members in your account.

Similar dashboards are of course available to monitor your network configurations in the Network Configuration Optimizer / IREG Toolbox. Just let us know if you need specific information regarding this. 

Adrian von Wendt


Adrian von Wendt is an experienced Software Business Analyst with a demonstrated history of working in the telecommunications industry. He’s skilled in Strategy, Product and Project Management and Business Strategy. Strong research professional with a Master of Arts (M.A.) focused in German Language and Literature from Universität Trier.

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