ActiveG announces a partnership agreement with Total Resource Management, Inc. (TRM) to further enhance and optimize TRM’s Asset and Operational Performance solutions with ActiveG’s world-class GIS expertise and spatial visualization software solutions. TRM will utilize ActiveG’s MapEngine software products to provide its clients with sophisticated spatial visualization capabilities using a flexible, agile, configuration paradigm. TRM’s business technology solutions leverage the world’s leading asset and service management platform — IBM Maximo, along with best practices for strategy, design, configuration, integration, organizational change management, training, performance and analytics.
“IBM’s Maximo Spatial and Linear Assets software applications provide excellent support for many of our client’s MAXIMO-ESRI GIS integration needs, however these products’ functionality can be greatly enhanced using the ActiveG MapEngine spatial visualization system.” says TRM Chairman & Chief Strategist Ray Brisbane. “The flexibility of embedding any spatial visualization component, using multiple spatial data stores, anywhere in Maximo, is exactly the functionality that our clients require to meet their objectives.”
“We are excited to be working closely with TRM. The emergence of powerful new spatial data technologies and the broad acceptance of IBM Maximo to manage land-based assets has reached a point of convergence”, explained Don Anderson, ActiveG’s Supreme Commander. “The measurable Return on Investment to improve asset and operational performance in the management of cities, utilities and transportation assets is quite impressive.”
TRM focuses on designing and optimizing Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and IT Service Management (ITSM) systems to help organizations optimize their asset and operational performance. TRM’s RulesManager software is the leading configuration and performance improvement system for IBM Maximo. An important part of the TRM-ActiveG partnership will be to help clients improve their asset and operational performance through effective integration of TRM’s RulesManager and ActiveG’s MapEngine software products.
“We are laser focused on providing capabilities that simplify and improve our client’s ability to configure and leverage Maximo to maximize their asset management performance. The key is to not only provide improved functionality, but to do it easily, rapidly, and in a method that does not introduce lifecycle management costs and risks” says TRM VP of Product Development, Al Johnson. “ActiveG and their MapEngine software adhere to those same principles for spatial visualization design and configuration.”
This partnership allows TRM to leverage ActiveG’s deep experience with geographic information systems, global positioning systems, and virtually any spatial data and spatial technology. This partnership also allows ActiveG to leverage TRM’s deep subject matter expertise in Maximo, utilities, and transportation asset management.
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Total Resource Management (TRM) is focused on improving the asset and operational performance of organizations through the effective use of information technologies. TRM is an IBM Premier Business Partner with over fifteen years’ experience delivering asset and service management solutions based upon IBM Maximo. TRM supports clients across a wide range of industries, including government, defense, cities, facilities, energy, utilities, transportation and life sciences. TRM is based in Alexandria, Virginia and has business centers across the U.S. For more information, visit www.trmnet.com or call (703) 548-4285
Since 1992, activeG, LLC has been taking enterprises spatial by providing innovative, advanced spatial software solutions and services. activeG MapEngine™ provides seamless integration between any enterprise GIS solution and IBM Maximo.
Based in Mesa, Arizona, activeG’s spatial experts help companies around the globe better manage their dispersed field assets through smart integration with GIS. For more information, visit activeG.com or call (480) 610-0839.