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MILWAUKEE, WI and CENTENNIAL, CO, October 04, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Eagle Technology, an international developer of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solutions, announces Toward Zero as its latest strategic partner. Toward Zero helps companies select and deploy technology for manufacturing and business waste reduction. Together, Eagle Technology and Toward Zero will enable factories and manufacturers to implement Eagle's multilingual software, Proteus CMMS, to enable the factory of the future to be more efficient, more adaptive and, ultimately, more productive.
Eagle's intelligent integration software is a step into the future for organizations looking to realize the true value of smart factory and Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) technologies. Proteus CMMS uses intelligent integration with other digital factory software, such as manufacturing execution systems, supply chain software and ERP software. With Proteus CMMS, factories can be more productive and more adaptive to changing inputs in the future.
Harshad Shah, President of Eagle Technology, states, "Eagle Technology has developed solutions that detect faults on production machinery and alert maintenance crew with machine condition, and a recommended corrective actions. Our Proteus CMMS suite integrates with many digital factory software, such as, Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), Programmable Logic Controller's (PLC's), supply chain software, and ERP software, making it a natural fit for the Toward Zero offering."
Aaron Muhl, founder of Toward Zero, adds, "We are pleased to be a strategic technology partner with Eagle Technology. As Toward Zero customers move toward conditional and predictive maintenance scheduling, integration between Proteus CMMS and other shop floor systems will enable greater productivity and reduce waste. Toward Zero shares the same vision of providing our customers with next generation technology and product enhancements to disrupt their market space."
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