New Delhi, India - March 12, 2014 - Tarantula is the proud recipient of the Silver award for Support in Information Technology from Indus Towers.
Indus Towers is the largest telecom tower company in the world with a portfolio of more than 1,11,819 towers. Tarantula has been powering Indus Tower assets with the highly efficient and powerful Site Management Platform, that has been branded internally by Indus Towers as iSmartCube. This is the second time that Tarantula has won an award during its association with Indus Towers over the last 5 years.
Tarantula received the "Silver Award for support in Information Technology" at the Partners’ Meet-2014 organized at Radisson Blue, Delhi on 12th March, 2014. Tarantula was evaluated and awarded based on our consistent delivery on time, high levels of customer satisfaction, and ground-breaking innovation.
These awards are the best indicators of our efficient and effective technology implementation and innovation.
Kudos to the Tarantula Team for this prestigious award.
About Indus Towers
Indus Towers, as the world’s largest telecom tower Company is enabling communications revolution into a significant new phase. With 1,12,936 towers in 15 circles across the country, Indus has the widest coverage in India and has already achieved 2,32,666 tenancies. Indus Towers is an independently managed Company offering passive infrastructure services to all telecom operators and other wireless services providers. Incorporated in November 2007, Indus Towers Limited has been promoted under a joint venture between entities of Bharti Group including Bharti Infratel Limited, Vodafone India and Aditya Birla Telecom, to render passive infrastructure services to telecom service providers.
Tarantula is a world leader in telecom site management software and a trusted partner of leading telecom infrastructure operators in the UK, Europe, India, Africa, North America and New Zealand. Through its specialised site management platform, Tarantula is a fundamental pillar of support behind the management of more than 350,000 mobile towers and US$25 billion worth of assets around the world.