Company Mission Statement Our mission is to exploit technical innovations for the benefit of AT&T and its customers by implementing next-generation technologies and network advancements in AT&T’s services and operations.
Company Goals and Objectives: “More Bandwidth In More Places” The AT&T global network was born of the ingenuity of AT&T Labs networking specialists who made disparate systems work together. Being the world’s fastest and most reliable global network, our network is the standard against which all others are measured. To maintain our leadership in this arena, we focus on the future and aggressively pursue innovations. Our vision is to design and create in this decade the new global network, processes, and service platforms that maximize automation, allowing for a reallocation of human resources to more complex and productive work.
Company Constraints – Invent
Write one goal for the company that explains the primary reason it is investing in a network implementation or upgrade One of the Primary goals of AT&T is to be known for having the fastest network in the world. It also wants to have more bandwidth in more places.
Number of departments 3
Number of branches, sites, locationsList counties, states, and/or foreign countries where branches are located
AT&T 220 Building – building in Indianapolis, IndianaAT&T Building – building in Detroit, MichiganAT&T Building – building in Indianapolis, IndianaAT&T Building – building in Kingman, ArizonaAT&T Building – (aka “The Batman Building”) in Nashville, Tennessee AT&T Building – building in Omaha, NebraskaAT&T Building Addition – building in Detroit, MichiganAT&T Center – building in Los AngelesAT&T Center – building in St. Louis, MissouriAT&T City Center – building in Birmingham, AlabamaAT&T Corporate Center – building in Chicago, IllinoisAT&T Huron Road Building – building in Cleveland, OhioAT&T Lenox Park Campus – AT&T Mobility Headquarters in DeKalb County just outside Atlanta, Georgia AT&T Midtown Center – building in Atlanta, GeorgiaAT&T Switching Center – building in Los AngelesAT&T Switching Center – building in Oakland, CaliforniaAT&T Switching Center – building in San FranciscoAT&T Building – building in San DiegoWhitacre Tower (One AT&T Plaza) – Corporate Headquarters, Dallas, Texas Sony Tower, (formerly the AT&T Building)AT&T Tower – building in Jacksonville, FL
Number of employees 256,000Number of employees at each site (divide total number of employees by total number of sites – exception is company headquarters): 128,000
Financial Analysis – Three to four year view of revenues, expenses, profits/earnings, stock performance, etc. (use a MS-Word chart – do not cut and paste).
Use the customer and network requirements chart to show:Name and type of software application(s) used: Email,Most critical business application if more than one is listed Cost of downtime (total revenues divided by number of hours in a year): 42,241