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Andromeda Systems Incorporated (ASI), known for Enterprise Asset Management software and unparalleled expertise and capabilities in the Reliability, Maintenance, Supportability and Logistics disciplines, will be hosting a table, presenting, and providing RCM training at the 2017 RAM X Training Summit!, Nov 8th & 9th 2017 at Defense Acquisition University, Huntsville, AL.  Learn more about Reliability Centered Maintenance training here.

The annual RAM Training Summit allows reliability and maintainability professionals across industry and government to collaborate ideas by combining presentations, tutorials, and networking with the elite among the RAM community. The requirement that every task within Army research, engineering, and development provide real tangible value to the warfighter has never been more critical. The RAM Training Summit brings together the best of RAM professionals from industry and government to review and discuss new technologies, modeling, testing, and assessment to ensure that Army keeps pace with user demands within the current fiscal constraints.

ASI is proud to partner with RAM X Training Summit and is participating in the undergraduate and graduate scholarship program.   ASI is committed to sharing with the RAM community expertise in new technologies, modeling, testing, analyzing, and assessing reliability and maintainability.

For additional information visit the RAM X Training Summit website.

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