Enfora, IBM Work Toward Improved Mobile Asset Management

RICHARDSON, TX -- Enfora, a provider of intelligent wireless networking solutions announced that its Services Gateway Maximo Enterprise Adapter (MEA) for IBM's Maximo Asset Management software package has achieved 'Ready for IBM Tivoli' Certification and is now approved for inclusion in the Open Process Automation Library (OPAL).

Working in conjunction with the Enfora Services Gateway Platform, IBM Maximo users can define the business rules and logic for how and when an asset should report, as well as logically associate rotating wireless devices. Additionally, IBM Maximo users are able to track mobile assets with easy access to location information, status and monitoring alerts for movement, Geofencing, reporting and battery levels.

Certification provides customers with the assurance that the Services Gateway MEA has been validated to meet and/or exceed IBM's compatibility criteria and has successfully been integrated with the IBM Maximo Asset Management product.

Enfora's Service Gateway provides the environment to directly connect and manage your mobile assets from existing enterprise applications. This provides customers with a detailed view of mobile assets, enabling proactive management and systematic upgrades when needed.

About Enfora
Enfora is a leading provider of wireless networking solutions that enable enterprises to access, analyze and leverage information from their geographically dispersed assets. Our solutions, consisting of embedded wireless software, network edge wireless platforms—embedded and integrated—and enterprise software, are based on our distributed intelligent architecture that provides a valuable link between an enterprise and its remote assets. Enterprises deploy our solutions for location-based, monitoring and control, and asset management applications.

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