Indus International introduces Internet-based EAM

Atlanta, Ga. - Indus International Inc., supplier of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software solutions, October 23 introduced Indus InSite, a pure-internet software solution offering a full range of asset management solutions that are global across all industries and scalable to all business sizes.


Atlanta, Ga. - Indus International Inc. , supplier of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software solutions, October 23 introduced Indus InSite, a pure-internet software solution offering a full range of asset management solutions that are global across all industries and scalable to all business sizes.

InSite is built from the ground up as an Internet application and operates on a web-browser platform that accelerates the return on investment companies will obtain from their asset management software investment. The new product is designed for mid-market opportunities in industries such as discrete manufacturing, packaged goods, and primary metals as well as facilities and property management. Global companies in many industries can use Indus InSite to manage heavy assets and maintenance, improve personnel productivity, streamline work and supply chain processes, and create new efficiencies in production availability.

'Indus InSite allows us to harness the power of our 25-years of EAM experience and vision to shorten the payoff time for software investment to a new tier of industry and companies,' said Kent Hudson, president and ceo of Indus International. 'Over the years, we've outspent our competitors in research and development and empowered hundreds of companies to save billions of dollars through our strategic EAM products and services. Indus InSite is a brand new product that extends our enterprise asset management capabilities to an entirely new, work management and supply chain intensive customer base. We've drawn a line in the sand and raised the measure of EAM excellence to levels no other competitor can touch.'

According to Senior Analyst Houghton LeRoy, of the ARC Advisory Group, Indus InSite supports many collaborative features that are in demand. 'InSite is an innovative next generation solution for collaborative asset lifecycle management (CALM) that will maintain the company's leadership role in the marketplace. The new product supports many new features such as an easy to use graphical interface, standard Web browser access from anywhere, real-time key performance indicators for continuous improvement, and an advanced search capability with dynamic language translation for global collaboration. InSite sets new standards for measuring and achieving true asset optimization.'

Indus InSite is a hosted, component-based solution and was developed by Indus in collaboration with industry leading software partners and suppliers. Distinguishing value-added features include:

  • Real-time Key Performance Indicators proactively show performance and service levels,

  • Business Process engine that allow users to quickly define, maintain and change key workflow components,

  • collaborative working environment supporting pervasive computing devices such as PDAs, SmartPhones, and other wireless devices,

  • content-based search engine, and

  • internationalization with customizable linguistics capability.

Indus is scheduled to launch Indus InSite in North America in Q4 2001.

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