Technical Economic Optimization of Existing Networks. Companies that provide public services need a deep knowledge of the networks that constitute their main business, in order to manage them efficiently, complying with the requirements imposed by the Quality Regulations. To study the optimal expansion of the networks, it is necessary to simulate typical load conditions for different situations, analyzing scenarios with different probability of occurrence. During the simulations the bottlenecks are identified and the profitability of removing them is evaluated. For this purpose, it is necessary to calculate the expected value of losses and the cost of failures involved with each investment decision. The main tools used are demand flow calculation programs, through which the operating characteristics of the systems are determined for a certain set of specific loads. Quantum uses software specifically developed for this purpose, which allows these studies to be carried out with great precision, providing a reliable solution and versatility. It also has links with the programs frequently used by companies for network management (Neplan, Milsoft, PSS, etc.), database administration (Access), spreadsheets (Excel), and graphic processing systems (AutoCAD). 

Quantum has developed numerous engineering studies, among which the following stand out:
• Investment Plans
• Loss Studies
• Network Planning
• Network Due Diligence
• Technical-Economic Feasibility
• Conclusion, Execution and Approval of Contracts
• Elaboration of Tender Documents
• Administrative Procedures and Appeals