OK-Bau chooses CloseOut to help maintain high quality standards in German fiber industry

May 10, 2024

OK-Bau Germany and CloseOut are teaming-up to proceed digitalizing the fiber industry processes and bringing the quality control to a whole new level of excellence. OK-Bau is a German contractor company for fiber activities, working for Deutsche Telekom, one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies.  

Seeing how Deutsche Telekom has extremely high standards regarding documentation, OK-Bau needed help generating and real-time exporting systematically structured reports and documentation, simultaneously adding to the quality of production. This is where CloseOut enters the room!   

Other than choosing our As-built documentation and Closeout package, we provide unparalleled possibilities for custom made documentation to suit all our customer’s ideas and needs.   

Originally from Stuttgart, OK-Bau handles Mobile Rollout projects, FTTX/FTTH projects, site design and also network planning and installation.  

Even though our world is a digital one, we still appreciate traditional approaches which can carry a lot of relevant weight. This is why we are so proud of the fact that OK-Bau selected CloseOut by word of mouth. Putting out a well-deserved good word by a satisfied client can still beat all the digital efforts made by the industry. Old school feels nice from time to time!

CloseOut is a cloud-based fieldwork management platform which offers solutions for challenges related to real-time quality inspection, documentation, workforce management and HSE on remote location projects. 
It’s a purpose-built, easy-to-use tool that enables you to systematically organize project requirements so field technicians and back-office decision makers can all do they jobs in a most efficient way, without costly and complicated site revisits and reevaluations. 
CloseOut opens a transparent communication channel between the back-office and field crews in real time, allowing prompt reactions to potential situations while teams are still on-site, saving resources, reducing production costs and increasing service quality. 

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