February 26, 2014
Signum Group, LLC, the authority in asset and operations software solutions, has been selected by the City of Memphis to implement Oracle Enterprise Asset Management (Oracle eAM). Signum Group will use its innovative SignumWay' Methodology to provide the City of Memphis system implementation services, control and quality programs that will maximize the performance and safety of assets that serve local citizens.
'Our team is excited about the opportunity to work with the City of Memphis to lead them through the implementation of this critical project,' said Signum Group CEO Susan Hrib. 'We will apply deep expertise gained over two decades and hundreds of implementations to deliver a solution to Memphis that deploys optimal business process improvements tailored to the city's specific needs.'
The project will leverage Oracle eAM and R12 functionality while integrating new mobile work management technology to support general services and public works and improve vehicle fleet and facilities management. 'This project will enhance City operations and continue our efforts to advance the Mayor's strategic priority for a culture of excellence in government,' said City of Memphis CIO Brent Nair.
Signum Group, an Oracle Gold Partner, has delivered more live Oracle eAM sites than any other consulting company. Signum helped found the Oracle Application User Group EAM Special Interest Group and plays a significant role on Oracle's Field Advisory Board to promote additional functionality to support customer needs for utilities.
About Signum Group
Signum Group is the authority in enterprise asset management systems and operations software solutions for utility, energy, public sector government, and other asset intensive industries worldwide. Since 1994, Signum has empowered customers to control their business operations and maximize their return on assets through consulting, training and SignumWay' software implementation services for Oracle eAM, ABB, IBM
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