Tyco Integrated Security manages the security systems of many buildings throughout the country, including those owned by the federal government. Tyco needs to audit the security devices installed in these buildings each year. By deploying the eQuip asset management system, Tyco was able to train its distributed technical team to audit the assets in hundreds of buildings, moving away from the time consuming spreadsheet based process, and eliminating dozens of full time data entry staff.
By implementing the eQuip Asset Management system, the Maryland State Board of Elections (SBE) has moved the equipment management process from an excel sheets based, labor intensive, and error prone process to an automated, web based, mobile enabled process.
Camber Corporation is a premier professional services organization that provides solutions in systems engineering, intelligence, cyber security, information technology, unmanned systems, modeling and simulation, training and threat mitigation. After evaluating different options, the Government Property Management team at Camber Corp. has chosen eQuip to be the enterprise wide government property management system, replacing Maximo.
The AEgis Technology Group Inc. in utilizing modeling & simulation (M&S) technology to support weapon systems development and create training solutions so our troops make it home safely. It has chosen eQuip to support the management of its Government Property and meet the IUID requirements.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Regional Taskforce (SEPA RTF), a division of the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA), is responsible for purchasing and delivering vital equipment to emergency management workers. They receive grants from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and need to provide reports on the equipment inventory as well as results from annual inventory audit. They have been using the eQuip for Emergency Management system to support these requirements.
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