edotco announces CoDe initiative to drive a sustainable telco industry

edotco Group (edotco), the leading regional integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company, announced its first Centre of Design Excellence (CoDE), an initiative to further drive the Group’s commitment to advancing a sustainable telecommunications industry. Located in Dhaka, Bangladesh, CoDE brings together the best minds from across the edotco footprint with engineers from other key markets making up the virtual team as well.

The CoDE is focused on developing sustainable design solutions, advancing cost optimization as well as research and development aimed at crafting solutions that are optimised for each market’s unique needs. Established in edotco’s second largest footprint country, Bangladesh hosts the breath of the company’s engineering talent and serves as a prime location to fulfil the company’s commitment to developing key engineering talent across the region.

Through CoDE, edotco has successfully deployed several active projects such as the in-house design and optimisation of tower sites that standardises quality, improves budgetary adherence and reduces external costs. In just a few months since its inception, CoDE has also implemented tower strengthening solutions to resolve overload issues for sites that would otherwise require relocation.

One of the team’s notable deployments is edotco’s first in-house tower design which allows increased control over quality. In addition to ensuring quality, in-house tower designs reduce edotco’s reliance on external vendors and allows for more accurate budgeting and cost savings. In addition to innovating solutions for the industry, edotco will also meet its commitment to developing its pool of in-house talents through CoDE, integrating their potential to enhance efficiencies in operations and engineering design while creating new value for the telecommunications industry.

As CoDE aims to foster greater collaboration with industry players and universities, edotco is undertaking the futureproofing of business processes while upholding its commitment to be an innovative and sustainable telecommunications infrastructure provider. The company will continue its efforts to serve as a key nation building partner that enables digitisation while meeting the diverse telecommunications needs of its core markets of Malaysia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Philippines and Laos.

(This content is surmised from a press release)