• 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.

PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS

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

Read the Full Mobile Maximo Tool Tracking Case Study 


  • 13 Mar, 2017
  • Mobile Inventory

Project Description

Mobile Inventory Solution Provides Energy Company with Quick 61% ROI:
A North American energy company was losing money and identified that their inventory process could benefit from a mobile system. The manual processes they used to manage inventory transactions with contributed to inaccurate data and delays in entering inventory balances into their system. Here’s how they saved $15,000 within two weeks of implementing DataSplice.

Project Specifications:

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

Read the full case study on inventory for oil and gas with DataSplice for Maximo


  • 10 Mar, 2017
  • Mobile Inventory

Project Description

One of the most visited art museums in the United States houses one of the largest art collections and thousands of visitors explore the art, buildings and grounds every year. To support events and business operations, the museum has two warehouses storing a wide variety of objects. They house books, benches, chairs, furniture for exhibits, air conditioning units, audio visual supplies, shelves, brochures, merchandise, computers, light bulbs, toilet paper…and more. The facilities department needed an inventory management system and found one in IBM Maximo and DataSplice Mobile.

Read the Full Mobile Maximo Asset Inventory Case Study

Project Specifications:

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

  • 08 Sep, 2014
  • Mobile Inventory

Project Description

Fixing the Inventory Leak: Pipeline organizations count on lower shrinkage

Leaking is never a good word in Oil and Gas circles. If items are incorrectly issued, or counted, the leak can reflect on the bottom line. Accurate inventory supports a reliable Maintenance Program, and leaks or shrinkage in the accuracy of the inventory can jeopardize that program.  Adding an easy to use mobile system including bar coding for an oil and gas concern increased the ability to guarantee repairs were completed quickly. By speeding up counts, an ROI was realized in 7 months. And that was before plugging an assumed inventory shrinkage rate of 14%

Project Specifications:

  1. Use Case Type: Pipeline Inventory
  2. Systems Integrated with: Maximo
  3. Mobile Software Configuration Type : Inventory
  4. Implementation Team: DataSplice, Ontracks
  5. Deployment Type: On-premise

  • 30 Jun, 2014
  • Mobile Inventory

Project Description

Leaving your storerooms hungry for inventory is never a good idea. A major food manufacturer needed to streamline inventories, while utilizing their investment in legacy Windows Mobile devices, as well as moving to newer BYOD such as iPads and smartphones. DataSplice's comprehensive mobile enterprise platform supports all of their devices with a single configuration effort with the Administration Client. When they are ready to move to inspections, they will not need to install any additional software. One system will handle their expansion without taking a bite out of IT's budget.

Project Specifications:

  1. Use Case Type: Food Manufacturer Inventory
  2. System Integration: Maximo 7.5
  3. Mobile Software Configuration Type: Inventory with plan to add Inspections (Platform solution)
  4. Device Hardware Deployed: Motorola MC55 (Windows Mobile), and BYOD iOS Tablets and Android Smartphones
  5. Implementation Team: DataSplice
  6. Deployment Type: On-premise

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