• 20 Jul, 2018
  • Mobile Inventory, Mobile Work Orders

Project Description

A paper-based work order process is cumbersome, creates errors, consumes valuable time, and impairs good decision-making. This county’s water and wastewater services division set a goal to remove all paper use from work order management and to go mobile. This is their story.

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  • 13 Mar, 2017
  • Mobile Inventory

Project Description

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) provides safe drinking water for almost one million customers. They are responsible for the storage, quality control and distribution of water. They also manage wastewater and are responsible for maintaining, repairing and replacing parts for over 1,000 miles of sewer pipelines, four treatment plants, 21 pump stations and over 300,000 assets.


  • Use Case Type: Inventory
  • Integrated Systems: Maximo
  • Implementation Team: DataSplice
  • Deployment Type: On-premise

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  • 10 Mar, 2017
  • Contractor Services, GIS Mapping, Mobile Work Orders

Project Description

The largest power outage in U.S. history was caused by just one tree encountering a transmission line in Ohio. The outage in 2003 affected 55 million people in eight U.S. states and in Canada. One electric power company in Arizona is being proactive to prevent any trees from causing that type of calamity in their community. To meet their mission, they identified a need to streamline their process for tree trimming with a mobile solution.

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Project Specifications:

  • Deployment Type: On-premise
  • Implementation Team: DataSplice
  • Integrated Systems: Maximo, ESRI
  • Use Case Type: Mobile Work Management and Inspection
  • Departments: Distribution Vegetation Mapping Management 

  • 28 Sep, 2014
  • GIS Mapping, Mobile Work Orders

Project Description

Cutting a Power Company’s Problems...down to size

With their tree cutting program threatening to grow out of control, DataSplice helped a power company develop an offline map system to help monitor the issue. Instead of adding one more disparate system to an already growing number of apps, they chose the DataSplice platform. Now they are able to control multiple programs, including vegetation management, from a single administration console. With the help of image capture and scheduling accountability, they cut route times by 50%, and eliminated thousands of man hours through streamlining data collection, all while refining their NERC/FERC compliance program.

Project Specifications:

  1. Use Case Type: Offline GIS Mapping, Inspections, Work Orders
  2. Systems Integrated with: Maximo
  3. Mobile Software Configuration Type : Inspections, GIS
  4. Device Hardware Deployed: Tablets
  5. Implementation Team: DataSplice, Client Internal Staff
  6. Deployment Type: On-premise

  • 27 Sep, 2014
  • Mobile Inspections, Mobile Work Orders

Project Description

Multiple Systems Kept a Major Utility’s Team under Water

When your team has to keep logging in and out of different systems, they may not always enter the information in a timely manner. A major water utility was noticing that information was being posted after the work day in batches, instead of as the labor was occurring. Multiple hours of productivity were lost to end of the day recording. Their IT staff used the DataSplice platform to tie multiple systems together into a single application. The users now enter all information in a single app as they perform the work, and the information is passed directly to Maximo, as well as scheduling, purchasing and HR systems. Result: A Streamlined system with timely reporting, visibility and enhanced situational awareness.  

Project Specifications:

  1. Use Case Type: Water Utility Inspections, Meter Reading Corrective Maintenance and Preventative Maintenance Work Orders, Labor Reporting, Planning and Scheduling
  2. System Integration: Maximo, WorkTech Time, Solufy Akwire
  3. Mobile Software Configuration Type: Inspections and Work Orders (COTS)
  4.  Device Hardware Deployed: Psion Workabout Pro 3
  5. Implementation Team: DataSplice, Client Internal Staff
  6. Deployment Type: On-premise,