NAAP Global Solutions, Ltd. Celebrates 10 Years

April 28, 2015 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

Since 2005, NAAP Global Solutions has evolved from being a start-up with a software idea aimed at helping Telecom Operators take control of its assets, to a well-established and respected company with implemented and operational asset management software in top telecom operators in over 15 countries. Besides its comprehensive and modular NAAP Software, NAAP Global Solutions, also offer its customers a broad spectrum of related services such as: Inventory, barcoding, and site data uploading translating in a fully end to end solution.

“What started out 10 years ago in a napkin drawing has steadily grown into a business far exceeding anyone’s expectations,” said Baldassare Latino, NAAP Global Solutions, Ltd Founder, President & Chairman. “Because through other companies of our group we have gathered over forty years of experience in engineering, constructing and maintaining telecom sites, we had a unique exposure and understanding of the pain points and headaches our customers have, and that experience was all used to develop NAAP Software from scratch and from a perspective that a pure software company couldn’t reach. We haven’t adapted a software to fit the Telecom Industry, we created one for it, and that’s what sets us apart”. Mr. Latino went on to say. ” We are all very proud of this accomplishment and grateful to our customers and employees who helped get us here.”

Recently, NAAP Global Solutions, Ltd celebrated the award, from a top Wireless Caribbean carrier, to roll-out NAAP Software and Inventory Services in one of their biggest island operation, aiming at replicating the project in over 10 more Caribbean islands where they have a presence.


Based in Tortola, NAAP has been able to establish itself as a leading company in telecommunications asset management in the region, with operators tracking assets through the NAAP Software platform in over 15 countries.

The innovative program NAAP Global Solutions enables operators to address the growing need for Telecom operational support systems (OSS) and OPEX management.

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