PRLog - Nov. 5, 2012 - FORT COLLINS, COLORADO: There has been a marked increase in availability of mobile technology in the workplace. Many new devices, including tablets, smartphones and netbooks are joining traditional rugged devices in the field. These new devices have increased user acceptance, and driven the end user to demand, instead of shun, mobile technology, especially in the field of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM).
Field workers are demanding tablets in the field to make their jobs easier.
DataSplice has embraced the expanding mobility trend, and has announced support for multiple platforms and devices, including Android and iOS (including iPad and iPhone) devices, as well as the new Windows RT and 8 systems. Utilizing HTML5 technologies, DataSplice’s expanded remote client provides more alternatives for EAM workers who are performing remote work for inspections, assets audits, work orders and inventory duties. One system is able to handle multiple needs within an organization, which reduces implementation, support and licensing costs.
Already known as the leading mobile software solution dedicated to IBM Maximo’s Asset Management system since 2001, the enhanced offering continues to provide online and offline functionality, while keeping its signature configurable administration tools in place: something system administrators will enjoy. The organization also boasts a decade of experience implementing mobile systems specifically for utilities, oil and gas, aerospace, defense and government entities.
Maximo administrators who are familiar with SQL queries are able to configure the system to fit the organization’
Current users will notice little or no changes to their server or administration client software. The system also retains its ability to connect to complementary enterprise systems, such as HR, regulatory and financial packages.
The enhanced technology offering completes the software system that is well known for working with rugged Windows Mobile devices. While support for these industry specific devices, with their durability, ability to be read in day-light and high speed scanning devices will continue, users who choose Android and iOS devices will be able to access data while in the field, whether they are connected or disconnected.
To learn more about DataSplice and its full range of mobile technology offerings, visit their web site at http://www.datasplice.com
President and CEO, Scott Kunze has long embraced mobile technology, starting DataSplice back in 2001, before the “mobile revolution”. As a consultant for Enterprise Asset Systems for Utilities, Oil and Gas, Aerospace and Government entities beginning in 1991, he saw the need for an easy to use and configure mobile systems for users who were in the field. DataSplice provided that niche, concentrating on Maximo as their system of choice, while allowing the end user to tie into other enterprise systems, such as purchasing, regulatory and HR packages, while appearing seamless to that user.