ARM Data Center Services Announces Industry-first True SaaS Network Inventory Platform

cARMa® Delivers a Single Source of Truth Aligning Network Infrastructure With Business Objectives

DENVER, CO, January 31, 2019 -- ARM®, the most innovative network inventory and asset recovery company, today announced the availability of its cARMa® Network Inventory Platform, the industry-first true SaaS solution enabling service providers to take control and gain visibility into expense, revenue, and capacity of its network infrastructure.

The new cARMa Network Inventory Platform gives service providers the ability to plan, assign, change, and document network inventory at every level.  Users directly associate orders, revenue, and expenses to network infrastructure for a single source of truth across departmental barriers.  Cost effective per-user pricing allows service providers of any size to collect, organize, and maintain quality operational and financial data.  Now everyone across organizations, at any level can take full advantage of the single source of data and real-time insights to make fully informed decisions.   

The cloud-native SaaS offering, builds on ARM’s network lifecycle expertise and asset management offerings, by equipping service providers with the necessary visibility into network data for intelligent context-based decision making in days, not months.  Customers using its SaaS Network Inventory solution have access to significant benefits such as faster turn up time, lower cost of adoption and operation, enterprise-class security and authentication, and easy implementation of new service innovations and scalability.

cARMa is the solution to replace outdated manual and siloed data practices that result in fragmented views of data center and network business and are not able to grow with the increasing complexity of today’s IT infrastructure.  The new cARMa Network Inventory Platform offers:

  • Speed - pre-existing ways to start integrating data in a meaningful way on day one

  • Mobility - access with a mobile portal for real-time engagement in the field, office or boardroom

  • Visibility - collective intelligence to provide multiple levels of visibility and decision making

  • Automation - simplified requests and automated workflows across full network lifecycle

  • Growth - rapid integration of newly acquired companies, networks, and assets

  • Insight - accurate view of how customer’s services use network resources

“ARM is transforming the way work gets done. With our innovative SaaS-based Network Inventory Platform, we are helping infrastructure service providers deliver better customer experiences and stronger business outcomes,” states Frank McDermott CEO of ARM.   “Without cARMa providers would have to utilize complex tools and manual process to track data from a variety of sources.  cARMa now lets users focus on solving their business problems without worrying about not having the full picture.”

The cARMa SaaS Network Inventory Platform, including the Circuit Designer and Field Tech modules, is currently available to service providers in the United States and Canada, with a new Sales Engineer module releasing later this quarter.  Details about the availability of additional lifecycle modules are forthcoming.

Click here to schedule a demonstration of cARMa SaaS Network Inventory Platform. 

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About ARM Data Center Services

ARM Data Center Services is the innovative provider of network lifecycle management for carrier, colocation, and cloud operators.  Our unique discover to recover solution maximizes clients’ profitability and M&A synergies by transforming network inventory data, integrating acquired networks, and reducing expense leakage.  ARM’s multidisciplinary teams employ our proprietary platform cARMa to modernize network operations, systems and inventory for clients, accelerating financial performance.  For more information, visit or follow ARM on LinkedIn and Twitter.