Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) January 12, 2012
E-ISG (E-Innovative Services Group) Asset Intelligence of Baltimore, MD will display their revolutionary software, Visual Asset Manager 6.3 (VAM) for an international audience of public and private disaster industry professionals on January 17th-19th, 2012, in New Orleans, LA., at the International Disaster Conference & Expo (IDCE 2012).
The upgrades in VAM 6.3 are designed to optimize and streamline property management for disaster response professionals. VAM expedites the rapid acquisition of new assets into the inventory, encourages reliable and secure asset deployment and moves, allows for greater accountability when managing grants and allocated funds, and includes customizable features that adapt to the specific ways unique organization operate.
Visual Asset Manager’s Emergency Services Management framework is designed to be in compliance with FEMA code and the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) for grant recipients and to aid users who are managing grants that fall under homeland security initiatives. VAM’s Emergency Services Management framework uses a standardized method of government property management ensuring both fixed asset accountability and compliance with FEMA code and UASI grant stipulations. What’s more, the Emergency Services Management framework is extended by VAM’s Reports Designer feature which allows emergency management organizations to satisfy federal audit requirements and manage their grant allocations efficiently.
Visual Asset Manager is an industry leading software solution, with dominant features in the areas of data integration and inventory management. According to the Technology Evaluation Center, among Visual Asset Manager’s product highlights are its “ease of use,” thanks to features like its intuitive layout, Tool Tips Customization Feature, and overall integration capabilities; its “workflow design,” attributed to features such as the data importer which allows for efficient information retrieval and integration, the admin roles feature which creates unparalleled security for asset data, and the reporting feature which allows users to create new, custom reports; and its “ease of implementation,” which is based off of Visual Asset Managers range of plug-ins and software-developer’s-kit, which makes Visual Asset Manager a highly flexible and adaptable asset management platform.
The International Disaster Conference and Exposition (IDCE2012), to be held January 17-19, 2012, at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, will bring together emergency management, homeland security and disaster industry professionals from the public and private sectors around the world to share lessons learned and forward thinking regarding the policies, procedures and best practices shaping disaster preparation, response and recovery, loss mitigation, business continuity and more. Conference speakers, exhibitors and attendees will share the latest knowledge, technologies and techniques toward the common goal of minimizing the loss of life and property in future catastrophic events. Industry professionals can register to attend IDCE2012 through the IDCE website at http://www.internationaldisasterconference.com.
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