Aquitas Solutions Named to 2019 CRN IoT Innovators List

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Company’s groundbreaking Connected Maintenance solution is honored for second consecutive year

CRN's IoT Innovators Award list 2019
“It is deeply gratifying to be recognized for the second year in a row. I’m incredibly thankful for the efforts of our team and our partners as we continue to expand the connected maintenance solution.” - Wayne Brisson

Aquitas Solutions, a leading provider of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and IoT solutions that optimize asset intensive industries, announced today that they have been recognized by CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, as a 2019 IoT Innovators Award winner. This award honors top solution providers in North America who are leading the charge in innovative IoT systems across all industries. Aquitas’ pioneering use of IoT in asset management first earned recognition from CRN in 2018, and receiving this honor for a second consecutive year is a testament to the Company’s tireless efforts to drive digital transformation in every maintenance organization.

Aquitas has invested heavily throughout the last year in educating the market on the potential value that IoT can bring to maintenance. The Company sponsored 9 conferences showcasing a live demonstration of their Connected Maintenance solution, published 12 blogs and articles relating to IoT in maintenance, and sponsored the first ever IoT Learning Track at the 2019 MaximoWorld Conference - the largest cross-industry gathering for Maximo users and partners. The Aquitas team has also conducted surveys, hosted a webcast, and held several use-case workshops to improve and refine the capabilities of their Connected Maintenance software and ensure alignment with customer needs.

“It is deeply gratifying to be recognized for the second year in a row,” commented Wayne Brisson, CEO of Aquitas Solutions. He continued, “I’m incredibly thankful for the efforts of our team and our partners as we continue to expand the connected maintenance solution and fundamentally change the maintenance cost structure for our client organizations.”

Aquitas’ Connected Maintenance solution leverages the technology of PTC’s ThingWorx® Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platform integrated with IBM’s Maximo Enterprise Asset Management solution. The offering allows organizations to achieve real-time intelligent condition monitoring with automated work order creation for immediate maintenance response.

"We’re delighted to be working with Aquitas to help industrial companies improve asset visibility, performance, and uptime,” said Don Busiek, SVP, Partner Strategic Planning and Operations, PTC.

Aquitas will continue to focus on revolutionizing the way maintenance is done, with the goal of bringing IoT to the forefront of asset intensive organizations across every industry. The complete IoT Innovators Award list is featured on CRN’s website.

About Aquitas Solutions

Aquitas Solutions is a leading provider of EAM and IoT solutions that optimize asset intensive industries. The Company prides itself on working strategically and collaboratively with the top, globally recognized EAM and IoT platform solution providers to heighten business value and bring bottom-line benefits to their clients.

Based in Atlanta, GA, Aquitas’ leadership team and management consultants have industry leading enterprise asset management experience and have been early adopters of IoT technology helping clients leverage their EAM system to optimize performance and improve productivity and service levels across the entire spectrum of their organization.

The Company has a long history of delivering faster, smarter, and more agile solutions at a competitive rate helping customers streamline their internal processes and compete more efficiently in an increasingly synergetic world.

Aquitas Solutions is a registered Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and proud supporter of Women in Reliability Asset Management (WIRAM).

http://www.aquitas-solutions.com/

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