About DPSI iMaint
DPSI is a leading provider of EAM software around the globe with more than 50,000 users. Its CEO, Frederick M. Riek, has over four decades of extensive experience in the field of information technology and more than thirty years of CEO/COO service.
iMaint EAM software is an enterprise asset management solution produced by DPSI. Designed for companies in varying industries such as manufacturing, fleet industries and facilities management, it can minimize costs and reduce time spent on business operation. It includes asset inventory and purchasing, management of crafts and labor budget tracking, work orders and job scheduling and project report generation modules. iMaint EAM maintenance management software integrates its operations solutions with currently utilized systems. Features include the automation of staff monitoring, synchronized preventive maintenance and generation of reports. View and update data in real-time, with an automatic capturing system displaying its history. Generate reports easily with the iMaint’s pre-defined and customized report formats. The solution also provides regulatory compliance, inventory control and performance evaluation modules. DPSI’s IMaint EAM software comes with a user-friendly interface,it even has a navigation system that can be customized and a renaming tab for labels and fields. iMaint EAM is backed by a professional technical team with extensive IT experience.
During the recent economic downturn, the City of Reidsville, North Carolina, struggled to maintain its infrastructure and physical assets. The city decided to implement iMaint to manage departmental assets, including streets, water and sewer lines, vehicles, equipment, facilities and parks. iMaint allows the city’s Finance Director to track costs and foresee budget requirements. With the help of iMaint, Public Works departments can effectively manage assets and infrastructure. The generated reports offer data essential to making proactive management decisions.
(Last updated on 05/05/2016 by Mary Houston Coker)