DataSplice

DataSplice Celebrates its Tenth Anniversary

 

Fort Collins, CO -- (ReleaseWire) --06/02/2011 -- DataSplice LLC, a leader in EAM mobile solutions, marks its 10 anniversary this month providing easy to configure optimized systems for users of IBM Maximo® and other database driven programs. Over the past decade, DataSplice has grown by focusing on superior customer service, excellent technical support, fast implementation and comprehensive mobile systems encompassing software, hardware, services and training.

Spun off from Optimization Resources, Inc., a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) consulting firm founded in 1991; DataSplice launched its flagship product DataSplice Enterprise Suite in 2011 to support the field worker engaged in inventory, equipment/asset management, work order as well as specialized inspection tools.

As the product has matured, desktop users have embraced the product as an easy interface into Maximo, providing task based views which the system administrator can easily modify for end users. Today, DataSplice is used by handheld, tablet, laptop and desktop users wishing to be more capable in their daily tasks. By allowing users to touch Maximo and other database systems with a single interface, users are more efficient.

Kat Pullen, Convergence Specialist remarked, “We are very excited on our anniversary. We continue to improve the product, providing additional functionality as technology grows. I started in 2003, and the dedication of the staff here continues to provide second-to-none service and support to IT staff, department heads and of course, the end user.”

About DataSplice
Founded in 2001 by Scott Kunze, DataSplice is a Colorado based company that provides optimized Inspections, Inventory, Work Orders, and Equipment & Asset information systems for mobile and desktop based users in the Oil and Gas, Utilities, Defense, Facilities and Manufacturing industries. Offering an easily to configure system, users can access their tasks wirelessly or connected to EAM systems such as Maximo