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ASI is proud to announce the release of OptiAM® for Android (Google) on Google Play Store

OptiAM Google Play PreviewJACKSONVILLE, FL July 28, 2016 — ASI announced the release of OptiAM® for Android (Google). This app is now available for both iOS (Apple), and recently added Android (Google). The mobile apps give asset owners a variety of functions such as managing work orders, recording inspection results, and viewing technical instructions including video. In a connected state, data is shared in real-time with the OptiAM® (Optimized Asset Management) Enterprise Asset Management application. Capability for disconnected operation is also provided for use in remote locations.

OptiAM® is a secure, web-based application, designed to address unique customer requirements. Originally developed for the US Military by experienced maintenance personnel, OptiAM® is applicable to a wide range of asset types in any environment. Configurable and intuitive, OptiAM® will satisfy users in any industry.

OptiAM® delivers results far beyond those of other Enterprise Asset Management systems because it is both easy to use and built on the analytical power of Supportability Analysis and advanced optimization capabilities. With these advanced tools and technologies at your fingertips, you have the power to not only develop, but continuously improve predictive maintenance and support programs.

OptiAM® is now available for download from the Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.androsysinc.optiam.

Visit https://androsysinc.com/optiam-eam-software/ for more information or support.

Andromeda Systems, Incorporated (ASI) is an ISO-9001:2008 company committed to superior technical performance and excellence in customer satisfaction. Our mission is to assist asset and fleet managers in achieving optimal levels of economy, availability, and safety by developing and applying leading systems engineering tools, processes, and expertise. We are headquartered in Virginia Beach, VA, with offices in Lexington Park, MD; Arlington, VA; Jacksonville, FL; Havelock, NC; Oklahoma City, OK and San Diego, CA.

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