How American Tower’s standardisation plans contribute to its global growth

Collaboration across thirteen countries is a fundamental component of the company’s strategy

Read this article to learn:

  • American Tower’s integration project, its characteristics and overall objective
  • Which countries are involved in the project and what stage is it in
  • What is the expected outcome of the engineering integration project
  • How the industry as a whole could benefit from it

American Tower is now active in five continents – North and South America, Africa, Asia and Europe, with a portfolio of 97,964* across thirteen countries. The company is now actively involved in an integration project that aims at standardising multiple engineering functions with the final goal of streamlining operations, reducing opex and time to market….

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