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AssetWorks LLC Completes Acquisition of E-Innovative Services Group (E-ISG) LLC
E-ISG’s eQuip! platform expands AssetWorks’ asset management software offering
PITTSBURGH, PA – July 9, 2018 – AssetWorks LLC today announced that it has acquired E-Innovative Services Group, LLC (E-ISG), a provider of asset management software based in Baltimore, Maryland. The E-ISG eQuip! platform offers users a robust and dynamic solution for tracking, managing, and reporting on assets across their lifecycle. With mobile capabilities for inventory management, eQuip! makes it easy to conduct physical inventories and keep asset data up-to-date while on-the-go.
“We look forward to incorporating E-ISG’s strengths and capabilities into the greater AssetWorks offering,” said Michael Borello, VP AssetWorks. “Whether we’re talking about eQuip! functionality, like its mobile features or Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) compliant reporting, or the deep knowledge and skills of the E-ISG team, this acquisition represents a continued investment in delivering quality solutions to our customers and prospects.”
Over the past several years, with the leadership of Jackie Luo, CEO and her two business partners, Eric Beser, CTO and Tom Heseltine, CFO, E-ISG Asset Intelligence has grown rapidly to become a dominant provider of asset management software solutions to the Aerospace and Defense industry. In addition, a user friendly, flexible framework allows the E-ISG eQuip! platform to bring efficiencies in asset management to State and Local Governments, institutions of higher learning, and several entities in the private sector.
“We have been focusing on building a competitively differentiated product by integrating the most relevant technology into our software and mobile application,” said Jackie Luo, E-ISG CEO. “We are excited to bring the eQuip! software to the AssetWorks family, and look forward to leveraging AssetWorks’ infrastructure and best practices to better serve our customers.”
E-ISG Asset Intelligence Implemented the eQuip! Asset Management System in State of Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education
Baltimore, MD — Oct. 11, 2017
E-ISG Asset Intelligence has completed the implementation of its eQuip! inventory management system in the State of Connecticut Higher Education Institutions.
On Oct. 5, twelve Connecticut community colleges, led by the System Office of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU), started using the eQuip! system for their system of record in managing all physical assets.
The project for implementing the eQuip! inventory management system in these high education institutions started in January of 2017. During the implementation, the eQuip! system has been configured to meet some unique requirements in account coding, asset category, equipment loan process, and asset disposal codes, as outlined by the State of Connecticut Property Management Manual. Moreover, the eQuip! system has been connected to their ERP system Banner, allowing data to flow from the ERP system to the inventory management system and therefore saving time in data entry and reducing errors.
Last week’s launch of the eQuip! asset inventory management system for the 12 Connecticut Community Colleges is a significant event. Stevev Gorman, who led the RFP process in selecting E-ISG Asset Intelligence to provide the inventory management system, commented: “As our partner in this implementation, E-ISG met the daunting task of building a multi-institutional asset management system which allows each college to independently manage its assets, while enabling the System Office to have an enterprise-wide view. Prior to this eQuip! deployment, the colleges had to hire an external service provider to conduct their annual inventory audit. Now, they can do inventory audits on their own. With the successful completion of this major project in these colleges, we are looking forward to support each of the Connecticut State Universities migrating from their existing asset inventory management system to the eQuip! inventory management system.”
The challenge for implementing an inventory management system across so many institutions is to strike a balance for consistent business processes across all while allowing individual institutions to configure and customize their data fields, workflows, and reports. Jackie Luo, CEO of E-ISG Asset Intelligence, believes that the latest implementation is a testimony to the unique strength of the eQuip! asset management system. She said, “The eQuip! software is a Commercial Off the Shelf system, but it is flexibly built to allow individual configuration. The implementation team completed such a major system implementation in less than 10 months, including integrating eQuip! with CSCU’s ERP system Banner. This shows how flexible the eQuip! system is. The flexibility is what our users need and that’s how we want to deliver the software.”
E-ISG Asset Intelligence Has Won the Award to Provide Asset Inventory Solution to State of Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education
Baltimore, MD — July 11, 2016
E-ISG Asset Intelligence, with its easy to use and low cost enterprise asset management solution eQuip!, has just been awarded to provide Asset Inventory Solution to the State of Connecticut Higher Education Institutions.
The State of Connecticut Board of Regents, including the Connecticut State Universities, Connecticut Community Colleges, Charter Oak State College, and the System Offices, has issued an RFP (RFP BOR-1603) earlier this year for an asset management system to support more efficient tracking, reporting and management of physical and IT assets in these institutions. After a rigorous selection process, the Board of Regents has awarded the contract to E-ISG Asset Intelligence.
Jackie Luo, CEO of E-ISG Asset Intelligence, believes that the company’s eQuip! enterprise asset management system is best positioned to support the needs of the Board of Regents and all its constituents. “To support the distributed campuses, to accommodate the unique asset management needs of each institution while implementing the overall policy and procedures set by the Board of Regents, it requires a software system that is flexible, mobile, and cost efficient to make all these configurations.”
E-ISG Asset Intelligence provides enterprise asset management software, not only as an application to manage the life cycle information of physical and IT assets, but also as a platform to connect with other systems, such as IT auto discovery tools, procurement systems, and Internet of Things. This approach has won recognition from both customers and industry analysts. The CIO Review magazine has selected E-ISG Asset Intelligence as “the top 20 most promising enterprise asset management solution providers.”
For more information, you can send email to Contact@e-isg.com, or visit our website at www.e-isg.com
Government Property Management System eQuip! Supports DoD’s IUID Requirements
Baltimore, MD — February 17, 2016
E-ISG Asset Intelligence has enabled the AEgis Technologies Group Inc. to meet the IUID requirements from Department of Defense, by electronically updating DoD’s IUID registry with Unique Item Identifiers of all the components and sub components in the Improved Moving Target Simulator Systems (IMTS), which AEgis has just delivered to DoD.
AEgis specializes in utilizing modeling & simulation (M&S) technology to support weapon systems development and create training solutions so our troops make it home safely. The Improved Moving Target Simulator Systems (IMTS) are 360 degree fully immersive visual simulation systems with state-of-the-art computer image generators. They will help to prepare US troops to fight more effectively and return home safely. A video showing the fielded system is posted on YouTube at the following URL: https://youtu.be/wzFzyoUBZc8
To deliver this program, AEgis is required to upload the Unique Item Identifier (UII) data into the DoD IUID Registry to maintain accountability of each IMTS system utilizing DoD’s Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) component of the government’s Invoicing, Receipt, Acceptance, and Property Transfer (iRAPT) system.
AEgis uses E-ISG Asset Intelligence’s Commercial off the Shelf software eQuip! for their Government Property Management system. Additionally, AEgis uses eQuip! to electronically transmit all the IMTS system and component data from its Government Property system or record to DoD’s IUID registry.
Bob Gravitz, Director of Corporate Development at AEgis, said the technical support staff at E-ISG has played a critical role in helping AEgis to meet the contractual requirements to upload the data electronically to DoD’s IUID registry. He said, “Our success was made possible by the up to date features in eQuip!, dedicated support by E-ISG’s technical staff, and the attention to details from our own Property Management staff.”
CIO Review Selects E-ISG Asset Intelligence for 20 Most Promising EAM Solution Providers 2015
FREMONT, CA—September 18, 2015
Annual list showcases the 20 Most Promising Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Solution Providers 2015. E-ISG Asset Intelligence makes it to CIOReview’s top EAM Solution Providers list for its expertise in being the premier asset management software and services providers to the verticals.
CIOReview (www.cioreview.com) has chosen E-ISG Asset Intelligence (e-isg.com) for its 20 Most Promising EAM Solution Providers 2015. The positioning is based on the evaluation of E-ISG Asset Intelligence offering web-based enterprise asset management software system that analyzes assets and manages inventory efficiently.
The annual list of companies is selected by a panel of experts and members of CIOReview’s editorial board to recognize and promote technology entrepreneurship. “E-ISG Asset Intelligence has been on our radar for some time for stirring a revolution in the EAM space, and we are happy to showcase them this year due to their continuing excellence in delivering top-notch EAM solutions,” said Jeevan George, Managing Editor, CIOReview. “E-ISG Asset Intelligence’s solutions continued to break new ground within the past year, benefiting its customers around the globe, and we’re excited to have them featured on our top companies list.”
“E-ISG Asset Intelligence is honored to be recognized by CIOReview’s panel of experts and thought leaders,” said Jackie Luo, CEO, E-ISG Asset Intelligence.
About E-ISG Asset Intelligence
E-ISG Asset Intelligence provides enterprise asset management software eQuip! and system implementation services. The eQuip! software is web based, easy to use, flexible, mobile, and low cost. It can be installed On Premise or delivered as Software as Service. The eQuip! software has been used by many private businesses and state and local government agencies to manage enterprise physical and IT assets.
About CIO Review
CIOReview constantly endeavors to identify “The Best” in a variety of areas important to tech business. Through nominations and consultations with industry leaders, our editors choose the best in different domains. The Enterprise Asset Management Special Edition is an annual listing of 20 Most Promising EAM Solution Providers in the U.S.
E-ISG Launches eQuip! Software and Services on the Abila Marketplace for Nonprofits and Associations
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) September 9, 2015
E-ISG Asset Intelligence today announced it has launched the eQuip! enterprise asset management software and services on the Abila Marketplace, designed to provide nonprofits and associations with quick and easy access to tools and services to enhance their existing Abila products.
As an Abila Product Partner, E-ISG Asset Intelligence provides the web-based eQuip! enterprise asset management software to help nonprofits and associations track physical and IT assets: barcoding, assigning to locations, transferring, auditing, and reporting. Connecting with Abila MIP Fund Accounting™, the eQuip! software converts all received items into active assets, keeping fund related information, and tracking these assets as they are deployed in the enterprise.
Deploying the eQuip! asset management tool with Abila MIP Fund Accounting™ software has two key benefits: Customers save time and money by managing physical assets more efficiently. They can also effectively meet the requirements on inventory audit and equipment reporting from federal and state grant agencies.
“The eQuip! enterprise asset management software is low cost, so it’s a great fit for nonprofits and associations, said Jackie Luo, chief executive officer of E-ISG Asset Intelligence. “We are very excited about the partnership with Abila. Together we can bring more value to our customers.”
“We’re excited to have E-SIG Asset Intelligence be a part of the Abila Marketplace,” said Céline Felan, Program Manager for Abila. “Our partners are such an important part of our success. They offer key products and services that truly help our customers by extending the value of our nonprofit and association solutions.”
About Abila Marketplace
The Abila Marketplace rich, interactive, engaging platform that showcases all the addons and customizations offered by Abila’s partner ecosystem for its award-winning products and solutions. Customers and prospective customers can quickly and easily navigate the site to find the information they need, including descriptions, demos, pricing, ratings/reviews, and contact information. The Abila Marketplace is a first-of-itskind designed specifically for nonprofits and associations.
E-ISG Asset Intelligence Provides Insights and Best Practices in Enterprise Asset Management
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) August 10, 2015
Today E-ISG Asset Intelligence announced that its CEO Jackie Luo is speaking at the National Property Management Association (NPMA)’s annual meeting, being held this week in Fort Worth, TX. Jackie will share her insights about the key challenges in implementing enterprise asset management systems and how to overcome them.
Many asset management professionals are gathering this week in Fort Worth, TX for NPMA’s annual meeting National Education Seminar (NES). Many of these professionals work for federal contractors, nonprofit research organizations, research universities, as well as federal and state government agencies. This annual conference is the time for the asset management professionals to exchange ideas and best practices.
This year, the educational tracks include asset life cycle management, updates on Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR/DFARs), asset management standards and best practices, and asset management technologies.
Jackie Luo, the CEO of E-ISG Asset Intelligence, will be leading a discussion on the Key challenges of implementing enterprise asset management systems. According to Jackie, “Enterprise asset management is one of the most underappreciated operational disciplines in most businesses and organizations. There are many opportunities to improve the processes and realize value from deploying an automated enterprise asset management system.”
While working with many customers to implement automated enterprise asset management systems, the E-ISG team have gained many insights on the key challenges in business processes, legacy technologies, and change management. Jackie believes that it is important to share these insights with other asset management professionals. She said, “It is important that we, as a community, invest in building the knowledge and support to this operational discipline of managing physical and IT assets.”
eQuip! Government Property Management System Is Launched Live with Textron Systems’ Hunt Valley, Maryland Businesses
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) July 15, 2015
E-ISG Asset Intelligence has just launched the live eQuip! Government Property Management system at Textron Systems’ Hunt Valley campus, home to its Electronic Systems, Support Solutions and Unmanned Systems businesses.
Textron Systems is a leading provider of mission critical systems to the U.S. Government. Early this year, its Hunt Valley-based businesses selected the eQuip! Government Property Management system to manage their large amount of government property, including Government Furnished Property (GFP) and Contractor Acquired Property (CAP). As a government contractor, Textron Systems is responsible for tracking the receiving, recording, maintenance, and retirement activities of all the government property in their custody. Given that they manage many large projects located throughout the country, with different business process and reporting requirements, Textron Systems needs a system that is able to support large scale deployment, as well as individual customizations.
Textron Systems’ Hunt Valley businesses will be able to leverage the eQuip! Government Property Management system’s compliance with all the requirements outlined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR 52.245.1).
Jackie Luo, CEO of E-ISG Asset Intelligence, said, “Textron Systems’ Hunt Valley businesses have deep competency in managing government property, and maintaining secure software systems. We have learned a lot during this implementation from their Government Property team and their IT team. This has helped us to improve our product, which in turn will benefit our growing customer base.”
E-ISG Asset Intelligence has been supporting many government contracting companies to manage their equipment and IT assets, including the government property in their custody to the FAR requirements. It is committed to supporting the eQuip! software tool to meet the latest requirements on government property management in FAR/DFARS, including the IUID requirements.
Company Information: E-ISG Asset Intelligence provides enterprise asset management software eQuip! and system implementation services. The eQuip! software is web based, easy to use, flexible, mobile, and low cost. It can be installed On Premise or delivered as Software as Service. The eQuip! software has been used by many private businesses and state and local government agencies to manage enterprise physical and IT assets.
E-ISG Asset Intelligence Partners with ProBar Inc. to Provide End to End Asset Management Solutions
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) July 9, 2015
E-ISG Asset Intelligence is expanding its partnership network to deliver end to end enterprise asset management solutions. It has just added inventory audit service provider ProBar to its network of solution partners, with a joint project supporting the Department of Justice.
E-ISG Asset Intelligence, in partnership with ProBar, has recently been awarded by the Department of Justice to provide end to end Enterprise Asset Management solutions. The solutions include the implementation of a web based enterprise asset management software system, inventory audit, asset tagging, and mobile applications.
E-ISG Asset Intelligence and ProBar have been building their partnership based on similar service philosophy: providing the most efficient solution to customers. According to Jackie Luo, CEO of E-ISG Asset Intelligence, “ProBar brings process excellence to the routine work of wall to wall inventory auditing. Their team manages each step in these auditing tasks thoroughly and efficiently. As a result, they deliver the most value to our customers.” Additionally, ProBar has a great track record and service history in the nation’s K-12 schools, including many charter schools. E-ISG Asset Intelligence has been expanding its solutions into this segment, to help the school systems meeting the state and federal requirements on equipment inventory management. “We have great synergy with ProBar in the customer segments we serve,” said Jackie Luo.
The president of ProBar Inc. Mike Moss said, “The eQuip! software easy to use, flexible, and mobile. It’s low cost. It is a good fit to our customers in county school systems, and government entities. So we are excited about the partnership.”
E-ISG Asset Intelligence provides Commercial Off the Shelf Enterprise Asset Management software solutions eQuip. When deploying the eQuip! software to manage their assets, customers need to start with a complete and audited list of existing assets. However, they are often challenged with that. Audited inventory list is a critical dependency for E-ISG Asset Intelligence to successfully onboard customers to the eQuip! software platform. By partnering with inventory audit service providers such as ProBar, E-ISG Asset Intelligence offers a solution to their customers to remove that critical dependency.
eQuip! Government Property Management System Implemented in Another Major Government Contracting Company
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) June 23, 2015
E-ISG Asset Intelligence has just completed the implementation of its Government Property Management system eQuip! at NCI, Inc. NCI joins the growing family of eQuip! Government Property Management system users, including Textron, Camber, Engility, DynCorp and many others.
NCI is a leading provider of information technology (IT) and professional services and solutions to U.S. Federal Government agencies. In providing mission critical support services, NCI manages a significant amount of government property, including government-furnished property and contractor-acquired property. To improve efficiency and meet the requirements outlined in the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR 52.245.1), NCI selected the eQuip! Government Property Management system to support its business processes in asset management.
The implementation of the eQuip! system was completed in less than six months and met all of the security requirements set by NCI’s Information Technology team. According to Jackie Luo, CEO of E-ISG Asset Intelligence, the timely implementation is a result of cross-functional collaboration within NCI’s Property Management, Financial Systems and IT teams. “The focus and dedication of the NCI team is a critical success factor to this implementation,” said Jackie Luo.
NCI’s Chief Information Officer Lisa Black is looking forward to improving the business processes in managing government property and company owned assets. “We look forward to enhancing our asset management and financial and government reporting processes using the eQuip! system,” said Lisa Black. “Ensuring our solutions and services are of the highest quality and delivered on time and within budget is of utmost importance to NCI. This tool will support our efforts to achieve this for our customers.”
E-ISG Asset Intelligence supports many government contracting companies to manage their equipment and IT assets, including the government property in their custody to the FAR requirements. It is committed to supporting the eQuip! software tool to meet the latest requirements on government property management in FAR/DFARS, including the IUID requirements.
About E-ISG Asset Intelligence:
Company Information: E-ISG Asset Intelligence provides enterprise asset management software eQuip! and system implementation services. The eQuip! software is web based, easy to use, flexible, mobile, and low cost. It can be installed On Premise or delivered as Software as Service. The eQuip! software has been used by many private businesses and state and local government agencies to manage enterprise physical and IT assets. For more information, visit www.e-isg.com, and follow us on Twitter (@eQuip_EISG) and LinkedIn.
About NCI, Inc.:
NCI is a leading provider of enterprise solutions and services to U.S. defense, intelligence, health care and civilian government agencies. The company has the expertise and proven track record to solve its customers’ most important and complex mission challenges through technology and innovation. NCI’s team of highly skilled professionals focuses on delivering cost-effective solutions and services in the areas of agile software application and systems development/integration; cybersecurity and information assurance; engineering and logistics support; enterprise information management and advanced analytics; cloud computing and IT infrastructure optimization; health IT and medical support; IT service management; and modeling, simulation and training. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, NCI has more than 1,800 employees operating at more than 100 locations worldwide. For more information, visit www.nciinc.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (@nciinc_) and LinkedIn. [/expand]
E-ISG Asset Intelligence is to Present Equipment Management Best Practices in the National Charter School Conference 2015
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) May 05, 2015
The CEO of E-ISG Asset Intelligence will attend the National Charter School Conference 2015 (New Orleans, June 21-24, 2015) to lead a discussion on how to manage the physical and IT assets more efficiently in charter schools. The National Charter School Conference 2015 has decided to include “Equipment Management Best Practices for Grant Management” as a topic in the Operation track of presentations. Many of these charter schools receive Federal grant funding, and they are subject to Code of Federal Regulations(CFR) and most recently the Uniform Requirements on equipment inventory and asset management. Managing the equipment purchased with federal grants to meet the CFR requirements is an operational challenge for many charter schools.
The National Charter School Conference 2015 is organized by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. It is the largest annual gathering of charter school teachers, school leaders, administrators, board members, and advocates from across the country. This two and a half day event provides engaging keynote sessions, relevant breakout sessions, and myriad networking opportunities for more than 4,500 charter school professionals and policy-makers.
E-ISG Asset Intelligence has been serving the nation’s school systems, private and public, for many years. Its equipment management software eQuip! helps the schools to manage the physical and IT assets, track what they have and where they are. With eQuip! tracking these physical assets efficiently, the schools can meet the requirements from their grant funding agencies on inventory audit, reporting, and insurance coverage.
Its CEO Jackie Luo is a subject matter expert on the business processes and technologies for enterprise asset management. Jackie is very encouraged to see that the National Charter School Conference has recognized the importance of the equipment management function. “The equipment management or facility management function often lacks the visibility of top leadership in the charter school community, but it’s a critical part of their operations to meet the requirements from their funding agencies.”[/expand]
E-ISG Asset Intelligence Is Chosen to Participate in Loudoun County Challenge
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) Aug. 27, 2014
E-ISG Asset Intelligence is part of the three collaboration teams selected by the Virginia-based Innovative Solutions Consortium (ISC) to showcase their public safety solutions in the Loudoun County Challenge event on August 27th.
On Aug. 27th, E-ISG Asset Intelligence joins the team led by Haystax Technology to present innovative solutions to the Loudoun County government team, in the inaugural “Loudoun County Challenge” event organized by the Virginia-based Innovative Solutions Consortium (ISC). The team will demonstrate a variety of integrated software solutions for their proposed Loudoun County Public Safety Cloud, to address the “hard problems” facing the county in its public safety, emergency operations and critical infrastructure protection missions.
The purpose of this event is to provide “proof of concept” solutions to some of Loudoun County’s hard technology challenges. This inaugural event is focused on public safety and transportation issues. Participants to this event include more than a dozen technology companies, some 100 senior executives, government leaders and academics from Loudoun County, a rapidly growing 520-square-mile area that is home to nearly 350,000 residents and host to data centers that process about 70% of the world’s internet traffic.
The proposed solution from the team’s collaboration is designed to solve four inter-related problems for the county:
- The lack of information-sharing among public safety stakeholders spread across multiple jurisdictions and a broad geographic area;
- The lack of timely “situational awareness” regarding threats and hazards in the county;
- Data overload created by the massive and growing amount of information that must be absorbed, understood and acted upon by those responsible for the safety of the county’s people, facilities and equipment; and
- The lack of accurate, up-to-date information about available emergency management equipment and resources across different jurisdictions.
Among the capabilities of the “Loudoun County Public Safety Cloud” solution are a map-based interface for viewing critical infrastructure and emerging threats and hazards; mobile applications for instantaneous reporting of crimes, suspicious activities and other incidents, plus “blue force” tracking; deeply detailed catalogs of geo-located assets and emergency equipment; computer-aided dispatch (CAD), video and sensor/alarm-data integration; mobile field assessment apps; special-event management tools; social media monitoring; uploading and storage of critical documents such as emergency plans and floor plans; and much more.
About E-ISG Asset Intelligence (www.e-isg.com)
E-ISG Asset Intelligence provides Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) Enterprise Asset Management software eQuip! and system implementation services. The eQuip! software is web based, easy to use, flexible, mobile, and low cost. The eQuip! software has been used by many private business and state and local government agencies to manage enterprise physical and IT assets. The “eQuip! for Emergency Management” solution is designed to help Emergency Management agencies to track their emergency equipment and meet the requirements on equipment management from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).[/expand]
eQuip! Government Property Management Software Supports the New IUID Registry Requirements Effective on Aug. 1
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) July 22, 2014
Starting August 1, the DOD’s IUID registry will have new requirements for contractors to update their government property information to the IUID registry. The eQuip! team has updated the software to support those requirements.
The eQuip! Enterprise Asset Management software is the top choice for many government contractors for managing Government Property while supporting mission critical operations for the Federal Government, including the Department of Defense. The DoD requires its contractors to update the asset UID in the IUID registry. Starting Aug. 1, the DoD will require contractors to log on to a different set of web service to access the IUID registry. The eQuip! software has been updated to support those requirements.
The eQuip! Enterprise Asset Management software has an out-of-box configuration for government contractors to manage Government Property, including Government Furnished Property (GFP) and Contractor Acquired Property (CAP). The software is easy to use, easy to integrate with other systems, mobile, and low cost. With one integrated software, users can support all the key requirements on a contractor’s Government Property Management business system outlined in FAR 52.245.1 and DFARS 252.245-700X, 252.211-700X, 252.242.700X series. Users don’t need to buy additional modules.
The eQuip! Government Property Management System is integrated with CostPoint, a popular accounting software used by many government contractors. The integration streamlines the asset receiving process, eliminates double data entries, and saves labor hours. The eQuip! Government Property Management System also supports the UID requirement from the DoD. By using eQuip!, DoD contractors can save significant amount of labor hours in meeting the requirements of generating UID labels and updating the IUID registry with any changes.
The eQuip! software is a key component of the Government Property Management business system for many contractors. The Government Property Management business system is one of the 6 business systems contractors are required to establish and maintain based on the Federal Acquisition Rules.
“In most of these mission critical support contracts, having an asset management business system in place is a key requirement. Government contractors should examine their current capabilities and make investment in this system to stay competitive” said Jackie Luo, CEO of E-ISG Asset Intelligence.
Government contractors interested in learning more about the eQuip! Government Property Management System can visit our website at http://www.e-isg.com/solutions-support-unique-requirements-managing-government-furnished-property-gfp/, or call 1-866-845-2416, #2 to inquire about a software demo.
Existing users of the eQuip! Enterprise Asset Management software can call the Customer Support line 1-866-845-2416, #1 to request assistance in updating the IUID registry access information.[/expand]
Government Property Management Software eQuip! Integrates with Costpoint from Deltek
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) March 05, 2014
E-ISG Asset Intelligence, the provider of government property management software eQuip!, recently released new features that streamline the Asset Receiving process through integration with the purchasing system Costpoint from Deltek. The integration will save users time, reduce data entry errors, and improve their government property management business system.
E-ISG Asset Intelligence, the provider of government property management software solutions, eQuip! SaaS and eQuip! On Premise, is proud to announce that it has integrated eQuip! with Deltek’s purchsing software Costpoint. The integration will streamline the Asset Receiving process for Costpoint users. It allows seamless conversion of asset items in purchase orders in Costpoint to received items in the eQuip! Government Property Management system. After being received, the life cycle management of these items will be supported by eQuip!.
Among many users of this integration capability in eQuip! is Camber Corp., a large company based in Huntsville, AL, with about 100 locations worldwide and more than 2000 employees. Many government contractors, such as Camber Corp., need to manage Government Furnished Property when they are delivering services to their federal agency clients. The federal regulations governing these contracts (FAR/DFAR) require them to have a Government Property Management business system in place. E-ISG Asset Intelligence provides flexible, easy to use, and low cost government property management software — eQuip! SaaS and eQuip! On Premise. The software has built in business processes that support asset management best practices and the specific FAR/DFAR requirements.
Since a lot of government contractors use Costpoint to track purchases for their contracts and projects, the integration of eQuip! and Costpoint will save eQuip! users from manual data entry of purchased items. “Ask any property manager, and they will tell you that their biggest fear in adopting a robust asset management business process is the cost and time of data entry into the asset management system,” Eric Beser, the Chief Technology Officer of E-ISG Asset Intelligence commented.
Camber Corp. is among one of the first users of this newly released feature in eQuip!. In fact, they were working closely with E-ISG as the new features were developed and tested. Eric Beser, the Chief Technology Officer of E-ISG Asset Intelligence, said, “Customers are our best source of product innovation.” According to Eric, the integration between eQuip! and Costpoint is all about “reducing the total key strokes with maximum accuracy per asset item.”
Government Property Management solution eQuip! is designed for ease of use. It provides the flexibility, extendability, and mobility required for an efficient asset management system. Users can generate custom reports easily via excel templates and integrate with other software systems via standard Web APIs. Users can use Android phones, iPhones and iPads to manage assets in the field.