DataSplice is pleased to announce that they will be sponsoring the FMMUG 2011 Best Practices October 16-18, 2011.
The event, being held in Dallas, will be hosted by JCPenney and Johnson Controls at the JCPenney Home Office campus 6501 Legacy Drive, Plano, Texas 75024
To see the agenda, or to register, please visit http://www.fmmug.org.
DataSplice will once again be attending the premier IBM show which feature among its many offerings, Maximo.
With over 7,000 attendees including industry-renowned speakers, Pulse 2012 features technology leadership sessions, industry-focused breakouts, and technical skill-building workshops. Network with colleagues, participate in hands-on labs, and attend the Solution Expo.
For more information, or to register, visit www.ibm.com/pulse
For Immediate Release
Getting Social with DataSplice
Fort Collins, CO - June, 27 2011 - Before the term social media was a common buzzword, DataSplice has been making forays into the internet media scene. With videos, microsites and forum presence, the company has been a quiet but steady member of the IBM Maximo community. Recently, they just got a little louder.
Now that the world is more connected than ever, including field service workers, DataSplice saw the need to add to their marketing presence. Well known in the IBM Maximo user group scene, as well as various Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) forums, the need to ramp up their internet profile has become apparent.
Convergence Specialist, Kat Pullen, returned to DataSplice a few years ago. Seeing that the initial marketing buzz was beginning to quiet down, she added Facebook and Twitter to their noise machine. "It seemed so natural to move to this venue to promote our mobile Maximo system and complete solutions for field workers." remarked Pullen "As more of our end users are getting connected, they'll be able to embrace mobile technology, and work with their key decision makers on ways to make their tasks easier."
DataSplice provides a weekly "mobile trivia" tweet, as well as providing company news, tips and other information. Using the Facebook presence brings a personal touch, too. As the effort expands, the hope is to bring more information to clients that helps them in their daily tasks. They also reside on LinkedIn, and have an accounts on Technorati, too.
With the integration into social media into their overall marketing plan, DataSplice hopes to expand on its customer-centric education efforts. Providing useful information to field workers, it believes that they'll be able to help more users into developing a mobile Maximo and EAM system that will make end users more efficient and self-sufficient.
Founded in 2001, DataSplice is a Colorado based company that provides mobile handheld technology for field service maintenance in the Oil and Gas, Utilities, Defense and Manufacturing industries. Offering a portable solution for the field service worker, users can access Inspections, Inventory, Work Orders, and Equipment & Asset information remotely on a handheld. An IBM Advanced partner, DataSplice is dedicated to providing a system to take IBM Maximo mobile, while still integrating with other database driven systems, CMMS and EAM products. They can be found on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter under the user name "DataSplice".
DataSplice will be hosting a webinar in June
Optimizing Maximo Work Order Processes through Mobile
Held on June 22, 2011, 12:00 pm MDT
Watch the recorded web cast at: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/185060665
Maximo can be intimidating for some field workers.
By providing a streamlined interface into Maximo, users can collect information, and become empowered to make decisions while performing work orders.
Technicians in the field are able to access critical work order information; materials and tools required, equipment history, failure reporting, and even attach photos of potential problems while still at the work site.
- Highly configurable interface
- Access Maximo and other EAMs with a single seamless interface
- Attach photos and documents
- Out of the Box views provide a fast base implementation
- Rapid modifications of views by the system administrator
- Uses Maximo permissions, tables and rules
- Show only the tasks users need to get the job done
- One stop procurement/Turn key: Software, hardware and services from a single source
- Concurrent software licenses keeps your costs down
Join us Wed, Jun 22, 2011 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM MDT and see how optimizing your Maximo work force can optimize your organization.
FORT COLLINS, Colo., June 1, 2011 – DataSplice LLC, a leader in EAM mobile solutions, marks its 10 anniversary this month providing easy to configure optimized systems for users of IBM Maximo® and other database driven programs. Over the past decade, DataSplice has grown by focusing on superior customer service, excellent technical support, fast implementation and comprehensive mobile systems encompassing software, hardware, services and training, and is dedicated to making CMMS systems such as Maximo mobile.
Spun off from Optimization Resources, Inc., a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) consulting firm founded in 1991; DataSplice launched its flagship product DataSplice Enterprise Suite in 2001 to support the field worker engaged in inventory, equipment/asset management, work order as well as specialized inspection tools.
As the product has matured, desktop users have embraced the product as an easy interface into Maximo, providing task based views which the system administrator can easily modify for end users. Today, DataSplice is used by handheld, tablet, laptop and desktop users wishing to be more capable in their daily tasks. By allowing users to touch Maximo and other database systems with a single interface, users are more efficient.
Kat Pullen, Convergence Specialist remarked, “We are very excited on our anniversary. We continue to improve the product, providing additional functionality as technology grows. I started in 2003, and the dedication of the staff here continues to provide second-to-none service and support to IT staff, department heads and of course, the end user.”
Founded in 2001 by Scott Kunze, DataSplice is a Colorado based company that provides optimized Inspections, Inventory, Work Orders, and Equipment & Asset information systems for mobile and desktop based users in the Oil and Gas, Utilities, Defense, Facilities and Manufacturing industries. Offering an easily to configure system, users can access their tasks wirelessly or connected to EAM systems such as Maximo
DataSplice is pleased to announce the addition of Motion Computings CL900 tablet to our list of converged mobile solutions for Maximo and other CMMS Systems.
As an authorized reseller of Motion Computing, we are excited to add this new tablet to our lineup. The Motion CL900 Tablet PC, a rugged, lightweight and powerfully equipped tablet PC that's been purposefully designed, developed and built for mobile business.
Enterprise-ready, the CL900 offers a blend of performance, integrated features and mobility.
Weighing just 2.1 pounds, the CL900 helps every user to work faster, smarter and more effectively, providing the capabilities, applications, and ergonomic ease-of-use mobile workers need to be more productive in today's de-centralized work environments.
Priced in line with other, nonrugged tablets, the CL900 runs a fully operational Windows 7 system, so you don't have to make due without common Microsoft Windows business applications.
Contact us today to see how we can add more functionality to your mobile workforce.
DataSplice Mobile Computing will be attending the Western Canada Maximo User Group (WCMUG) meeting in Red Deer on June 7, 8, 2011
For more information, visit http://www.wcmug.org/events/events.html
The WCMUG is a regional community of like-minded Maximo users and professionals engaged in helping each other find new and better ways to solve problems and achieve business goals. The WCMUG was started in 2002 as a means to help users connect in Western Canada and to provide a forum to exchange ideas and knowledge amongst users.
DataSplice will be sponsoring the next Florida Maximo User Group (FLMUG) on June 9, 2011 from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm at Raytheon Technical Services in Orlando
Please visit the FL MUG home page for details and to learn more about this regional Maximo User Group
DataSplice will be attending the Maximo Utilities Working Group/Maximo Supply Chain Users Group on 2011 Spring Workshop. Hosted by Duke Energy in Charlette, North Carolina, this is an industry group event representing over 145 utility companies. Member come together to exchange information related to the implementation and application of the MAXIMO asset management system.
To register, book your hotel, or for more information, please visit the MUWG.org web site.
DataSplice is pleased to announce that they will be attending the next Pacific Northwest MAXIMO Users meeting, as well at sponsoring lunch for the event.
We are looking forward to attend the all Maximo mobile session on Friday, May 13th, 2011. Hosted by the Port of Seattle at the SeaTac airport. For more information, or to register, please visit the PANMU.org web site.
The next FMMUG will be held May 1-5, 2011 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Online registration is now live at their website, FMMUG.Org. Enjoy several breakout sessions, as well as vendor night, a welcoming beach party, training sessions, and for the first time: IBM's Pulse Comes to You (PCTY)!
PCTY 2011 delivers the experience, value, and education of Pulse 2011 around the world with local events. IBM Executives and Industry Leaders will share how to build competitive advantage on a Smarter Planet.
Online registrations are now open at FMMUG.Org