Brill Uptime Institute Winner

United Airlines was named as one of the recipients of the “2015 Uptime Institute Ken Brill Awards for Efficient IT™”. The Brill Awards seeks to showcase end users, service providers, and technologies that improve the industry’s ability to sustainably deliver IT services to end users while minimizing cost and other resources. Additionally, United Airlines was recognized with the Global Leadership award which is given to organizations whose Brill Awards submissions demonstrate excellence across multiple disciplines or regions. ASI is proud to have supported the construction and commissioning of United’s new state-of-art data center in Mount Prospect, IL. ASI provided Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) and maintenance planning analysis to develop a safe, efficient, and cost-effective facility maintenance program. ASI also assisted with the implementation of our OptiAM® Enterprise Asset Management system for managing the facility maintenance program. Congratulations to United Airlines Team!

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