Assetino Asset Management Platform Scoops Top European Award

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Hradec Králové, Czech Republic, 22 October 2019 – The cloud based Assetino asset management suite has been ranke the top ten asset management solutions in Europe.

 

Assetino includes easy to use tools for collecting, recording, interrogating and analysing detailed information about the location, type and condition of virtually any asset. Offering a geospatial approach to asset management Assetino provides users with real time visibility and intelligence for a range of applications including cemetery management, waste and recycling and water and sewage. Assetino is already supporting informed decision making and improved service delivery by thousands of users within public sector organisations across Central and Eastern Europe.

 

The CIO Applications Top Ten Asset Management Solutions Provider 2019 was awarded to T-MAPY, the company behind Assetino, in recognition of the platform’s innovation, configurability and scalability that form part of the open source solution’s DNA.

 

“Assetino is by no means the new kid on the block in fact we have more than 27 years’ experience working to develop advanced technical solutions for asset management. In fact, you could say that Assetino is the ‘best asset management solution you have never heard of’,” commented Milan Novotný, CEO of Czech based T-MAPY. “It is therefore hugely rewarding to receive this recognition and we hope that this award will be the impetus to launch Assetino across Europe.”

 

The Assetino product suite contains more than a dozen easy to use, configure and integrate modules. These include solutions for Public Lighting, Roadways and Communications, Street and Park Equipment, Monument and Advertising, for example. Already used widely across Central and Eastern Europe, real world applications of Assetino include the City of Prague’s online waste management map, the City of Hranice’s web based reporting tool ‘Improve your city’ and the City of Jihlava’s Cemetery Online research tool. These solutions are widely used by members of the public and have been highly praised by the commissioning organisations.

 

Contacts:

Enquiries to Marek Lesák, Business Development, on +420 724 110 476, marek.lesak@tmapy.com or sales@assetino.com

Editorial enquiries, contact Robert Peel on tel +44 (0)1666 823306 or robert@spatiallyaware.co.uk

 

www.tmapy.com

www.assetino.com

 

T-MAPY was founded in 1992. Since its inception, it has focused on providing services in the area of ​​information and geoinformation technology. In 2003, the merger of three companies - T-MAPY, Hydrosoft Praha and Sirion - created one of the strongest entities on the Czech geoinformation technology market. This development was accompanied by the expansion of the company's activities from data processing and implementation of third-party software to the development of its own GIS software and the provision of comprehensive services in this area.

Today, T-MAPY is one of the leaders in the field of geoinformation technologies in the Czech Republic supplying complex solutions for public administration, workforce management, emergency response, land-use planning and environment.

 

T-MAPY’s award winning Assetino asset management platform offers a scalable and configurable solution supporting thousands of government organisations in the management and delivery of day to day services ranging from cemetery management to waste collection and street lighting to green space provision.

 

Corpis Maps, from T-MAPY, is a secure configurable analytical map platform for advanced spatial analysis of business data. Corpis Maps is easy to implement, easy to use and readily integrates with third party solutions if required.

 

T-MAPY also uses its experience and expertise in the field of geoinformation to develop and deliver a range of SMART CITY applications and solutions.

 

For further information visit www.tmapy.com or www.assetino.com.

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