Greenville, SC (PRWEB) September 20, 2013
AssetPoint, a leading provider of (EAM) Enterprise Asset Management and (CMMS) Computerized Maintenance Management Software solutions, announced its SureTrack implementation for TabWare CMMS/EAM solution provides the fastest deployment and adoption time due to TabWare’s out-of-the-box ease of use and deep domain expertise.
AssetPoint’s SureTrack is a rapid implementation methodology with a proven approach that has been successful for hundreds of projects. SureTrack helps organizations plan, organize and monitor the work to be performed for a TabWare implementation. The value AssetPoint's customers receive with this approach is unparalleled and contributes to their 98% customer satisfaction ratings. While large Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) providers such as Infor, IBM and SAP must continue to develop programs that try to mask their complexity and reduce implementation timelines from 2 years to 6 months, AssetPoint customers are typically up and running TabWare in less than 6 weeks.
With its new TabWare CrossRoads, AssetPoint Services continues to innovate by pre-packaging integration solutions to remove the risks and costs to integrate to other software packages. TabWare CrossRoads is an industry-proven and accepted solution providing seamless and flexible integration management, and it can quickly integrate TabWare CMMS/EAM with existing business applications. TabWare CrossRoads supports process-based integrations that use TabWare standard business rules and scenarios, which supports data transfer between TabWare and existing ERP, SCADA, Predictive Maintenance (PdM) and other software systems. Standard formats are used to extract business data, transform configurations, and load data to and from TabWare and existing solutions.
AssetPoint Vice President of Professional Services Rich Adams said, “With SureTrack and TabWare CrossRoads, AssetPoint continues to provide the most reliable and cost effective means of deployment in the CMMS/EAM market. The mission of our Professional Services Organization is to enhance our customers’ maintenance strategies and provide the most value, and these two solutions continue to separate AssetPoint from the cumbersome deployment methodologies used by other CMMS/EAM vendors.”
AssetPoint President and CEO Mike Levine said, “AssetPoint has been able to provide customers an even greater Return on Investment (ROI) through a faster implementation of TabWare CMMS/EAM. TabWare’s intuitive design means users will adopt the solution even faster. SureTrack implementation and TabWare CrossRoads are industry-proven to get customers up and running quickly.”
AssetPoint (http://www.AssetPoint.com) has been a leader in CMMS/EAM solutions for over 30 years, and its TabWare CMMS/EAM solution is designed by maintenance professionals for maintenance professionals. AssetPoint offers flexible deployment options, including a Cloud computing solution (SaaS) or on-site solution for companies who want TabWare on their own servers. TabWare is the leading CMMS/EAM solution for companies who want full functionality without the expense, resources and time other solutions demand. TabWare is proven to maximize asset performance, resulting in reduced operating costs and higher profit margins. TabWare customers represent several industries including: Oil and Gas, Mining & Metals, Manufacturing, Food & Beverage, and Water & Wastewater.
AssetPoint, makers of TabWare, is the leading provider of CMMS solutions for companies whose success depends on the performance of their assets. For over 30 years, AssetPoint has led the market in helping customers control their maintenance costs, optimize spare parts inventory, streamline procurement and improve management, command and control.
Designed by maintenance professionals for maintenance professionals, TabWare is easy to learn, easy to use and proven over time to be the most effective product in the market. That’s why tens of thousands of users trust their critical assets to TabWare each and every day. To view online demos and case studies, visit http://www.AssetPoint.com.