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[January 18, 2013]

Advoco Launches Infor EAM Mobile Services for Apple iPad

Jan 18, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Advoco, an Infor Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software consulting company, announced supporting services for Infor EAM Mobile, a new mobile application that can be deployed on an Apple iPad.

According to a release, this software, hardware, and service combination brings mobility to life. Employees can extend their Infor EAM solution with a touch-screen mobile device and in remote settings, such as the field, the road, and the plant floor.

Mobilizing an EAM system is not simply handing a device to a technician. Advoco said it works with businesses to tailor a unique solution to meet individual needs. Drawing on extensive experience with Infor EAM Mobile and Apple iPad, Advoco develops an up-front strategy to help technicians leverage the power of an EAM remotely and securely - including real-time data and instructions and immediate work updates.

"We don't take a one-size-fits-all approach to Infor EAM Mobile software," said Marty Osborn, partner at Advoco. "We start by assessing how technicians will be using the device and what information they need to access. Additionally, Advoco brings extensive knowledge in deploying iPad technology and hardware to ensure a smooth, efficient, effective adoption, as well as a rapid ROI." More information: www.advocoinc.com ((Comments on this story may be sent to newsdesk@closeupmedia.com))

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