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AssetSmart Expands Asset Management Portfolio at a Large American Aircraft Manufacturer

AssetSmart Expands Asset Management Portfolio at a Large American Aircraft Manufacturer

SANTA MONICA, California (September 14, 2012) – AssetSmart®, the global leader in asset management technology, today announced an award for the SMART | AMIIX mobile scanning solution at a large American aircraft manufacturer.   “We are excited to broaden the scope of their asset management solution to include mobility,” said David Licht, Director of Advanced Projects at AssetSmart, “this customer can now truly leverage the benefits of mobility with their AssetSmart Asset Management Solutions, as well as their Material Management System.” 

The SMART | AMIIX mobile work management module provides customers with a completely integrated one-stop solution for their life cycle mobile asset tracking and inventory needs.  SMART | AMIIX supports both Oracle and SQL Server platforms as well as all mobile hardware supporting Windows Mobile 5.0 or higher. The software is designed to be flexible and hardware independent allowing the customer to choose their preferred mobile computing technology. SMART | AMIIX is part of AssetSmart’s Asset Management 360 initiative providing customers with a complete asset management solution.

AssetSmart’s professional services team will also develop and deliver a sophisticated custom inventory projection capability.  “AssetSmart welcomes the opportunity to work as a team with our clients to develop and deliver full service asset management solutions,” said Christopher Campbell, President and CEO of AssetSmart.

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Founded in 1971, AssetSmart ( ) provides a comprehensive suite of integrated asset and material management solutions for aerospace, defense, electronics, communications, manufacturing, and government organizations. AssetSmart is owned by PMSC and based at 2800 28th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405, United States.  For more information about AssetSmart, please visit: