Canada, Ontario, Ottawa – 06-03-2020 (PRDistribution.com) — FieldFLEX the leading developer of mobile enterprise software for corporate real estate, enterprise asset management (EAM), and integrated workplace management (IWMS), is expanding its long-standing relationship with IBM and announced it has entered into a Joint Initiative Agreement (JIA) to collaborate on sales, marketing, development of complementary solutions.
FieldFLEX’s line of enterprise mobile business solutions for IBM IoT Solutions are available for all industry verticals and geographies, and offer complete end-to-end solutions for enterprise asset and workplace management. “Combined with the power and broad capabilities of IBM software, such as TRIRIGA and Maximo, companies can leverage a wide range of enterprise capabilities from mobile work management and inspections to AI-driven asset health and building insights.” says Steven Lisle, FieldFLEX Chief Commercial Officer. About FieldFLEXFieldFLEX is the leading developer of mobile enterprise software for corporate real estate, enterprise asset management (EAM), and workplace management, offering a full range of mobile enterprise productivity applications from field services to employee self-service. We develop fully integrated, highly-scalable, IoT-enabled mobile solutions that not only offer operational efficiencies by reducing costs and risks, but foster a culture of employee engagement by connecting mobile users with their workplace. Established in 2003, FieldFLEX has operations throughout The Americas, Asia and Europe serving all private and public sector organizations, including Retail, Education, Government, Finance, Healthcare, Energy, Manufacturing and Pharmaceuticals. We are trusted enterprise mobile advisors for some of the top Fortune 100 companies. About IBM IoT SolutionsFor more information about IBM IoT Solutions, please visit https://www.ibm.com/internet-of-things/solutions
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