The First Web-based, GIS-centric Asset Maintenance Management System
January 13, 2009 -- Sandy, UT — Managing the care of assets and infrastructure is easier today than ever with the release of Cityworks Server MMS from Azteca Systems, Inc., the leading provider of GIS-centric management solutions. Azteca announced the first web-based asset maintenance management system built exclusively on ESRI’s ArcGIS Server and designed to compliment Cityworks Desktop and Anywhere products. Cityworks Server MMS offers state-of-the-art technology and provides agencies an advanced and efficient way to enable staff throughout the enterprise.
Cityworks Server MMS is Azteca’s next generation GIS-centric Asset Maintenance Management System. Based on the success of Azteca’s industry leading Cityworks software, Cityworks Server MMS was designed and created “from the ground up” for ESRI’s ArcGIS Server technology. Cityworks Server MMS is a modern, browser-based system designed to manage assets, issue and track service requests and work orders, perform inspections, and manage customer needs. Cityworks Server MMS shares a common database with Cityworks Desktop and Cityworks Anywhere, allowing organization the unique cross-compatible benefit of blending Cityworks solutions – browser and client/server – to best meet their specific needs.
“Oklahoma City had the opportunity to work with Azteca Systems as an early adopter of Cityworks Server MMS,” said Dusty Borchardt, Systems Analyst Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. “We tested several development versions of the product and I’m really impressed with the commercial release. From an IT perspective, Cityworks Server MMS will allow us to reduce our client installs as well as our annual maintenance costs. And, since Cityworks Server MMS is cross-compatible with the desktop applications, we’ll be able to transition our users from Cityworks Desktop to Cityworks Server MMS with the flexibility of running both applications in the same environment. We anticipate phasing Cityworks Server MMS into our production environment in the first quarter of 2009.”
Several organizations are implementing Cityworks Server MMS including the cities of Edmond, Oklahoma; Champaign, Illinois; Oakland, California; Frisco, Texas; St. Cloud, Florida; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Wayne County, Michigan; Montgomery County, Ohio; and Macon Water Authority, Macon, Georgia.
“We are very excited about this much anticipated release of Cityworks Server MMS,” said Brian Haslam, President of Azteca Systems. “Server MMS represents a significant milestone for our customers and our company. A major part of our Cityworks 4.5 release, Server MMS allows our users to dramatically improve operational efficiencies of their organization through a 100% GIS-centric enterprise solution. Through our unique cross-compatible approach, Cityworks customers can easily mix-and-match whatever selection of Cityworks applications might best meets their needs. From full web deployment to a mix of Desktop and/or Anywhere, our customers are free to choose and leverage existing IT investments.”
With full support for ESRI’s leading GIS software and the geodatabase asset inventory, Cityworks is the only GIS-based Asset Maintenance Management System available. Cityworks (Server MMS, Desktop, and Anywhere) Version 4.5 is fully compliant with ESRI’s ArcGIS 9.3.
About Azteca Systems, Inc.
Founded in 1986, Azteca Systems, Inc. is the leading provider of GIS-centric Enterprise Management Systems. Built exclusively on top of ESRI’s leading GIS technology, Cityworks is powerful, scalable, and affordable, designed for agencies that own and care for critical infrastructure, capital assets, and property.
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