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DPSI

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Headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina (US), and founded in 1986, DPSI released Preventative Maintenance Control DOS that same year. Since then, DPSI has become an international provider of computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) and enterprise asset management (EAM) systems to organizations in a wide variety of industries. These include manufacturing, food and beverage, health care, petrochemical, logistics, government, and education. It has licensed over 6,000 systems with more than 400 Fortune 500 companies, with 400 international customers and an estimated 50,000 users worldwide.
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iMaint

DPSI's iMaint is a comprehensive enterprise asset management (EAM) system. Customers use iMaint to manage manufacturing and processing plants, facilities, vehicle fleets, utilities, health care facilities, public works infrastructure, campuses, and much more. Users report that iMaint enables them to reduce production costs, cut production downtime, optimize inventory levels, improve product quality and speed-to-market, comply with regulatory requirements, make better management decisions, improve safety, extend the operational life of assets, and boost employee productivity.DPSI's iMaint manages work orders, work requests, preventive maintenance, scheduling, work procedures, cost tracking, labor resources, customers, projects, inventory, purchasing, single-site or enterprise-level reporting, and more. The solution's interface can be tailored to meet the needs of sites, departments, groups, and individual users. It offers scalability ranging from individual users to multiple networked locations, and versions are available for Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and Microsoft MSDE databases. Customers may choose a traditional up-front license, a monthly subscription license, or a monthly online service fee. The product is available in several languages, including English, Spanish, French, Chinese, and Russian, with a customizable interface that allows use of other language translations.Add-on modules include: • iMaint Web—offers Web-browser access to your system• iMaint Integrator—provides integration with other systems using common industry standards• iMaint Online—a Web-based version, hosted and maintained by DPSI (software as a service)• iMaint Fleet—adds special features for managing vehicle fleets• iMaint Mobile—for handheld personal digital assistants (PDAs), offering real-time access at the job location and support for barcoding• Web Work and Purchase Requesters—allows requests to be received from any computer with Internet access• FDA Module—helps manage compliance with FDA 21 CFR 11 regulationsDPSI also offers PMC, computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software for individual computers and small networks.
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The Impact of the 'Assembler Strategy' in the Enterprise Applications Field

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Infor's latest acquisitions and vertically-focused "assembler strategy" are furthering its goal to be number three (after SAP and Oracle) in the world of enterprise resource planning vendors.