MUNDELEIN, Ill., Oct. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Utopia Global, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise data solutions and a long-time SAP partner, today announced the introduction of its latest software innovation, EAM Workbench, which can deliver a unique set of asset-information governance capabilities that have long been desired by asset-intensive enterprises.
EAM Workbench is a staging area providing an easy-to-use, intuitive visualization to a long-standing pain point for asset-intensive industries: synchronization of digital content across multiple systems of record in a single, unified environment. EAM Workbench, integrated with SAP® Asset Intelligence Network and the SAP Master Data Governance application, also enables creation of complex, multi-object change requests for all EAM master data objects and supports standard add-on connectors to other systems of record such as GIS, engineering design, reliability and content management.
Arvind Singh, CEO of Utopia Global Inc, said, "Integration of structured and unstructured asset information from multiple sources, and heterogeneous formats, into a single unified environment is a significant breakthrough for the EAM industry. And EAM Workbench™ is only the latest in a series of innovations that our customers have come to expect from Utopia."
"SAP sees Utopia's EAM Workbench as an excellent complement to SAP Asset Intelligence Network and SAP Master Data Governance, supporting the integrity of structured and unstructured content in the digital core," stated Dr. Achim Krüger, SAP's vice president for Line of Business Asset Management. To learn more about EAM Workbench, please visit www.utopiainc.com/data-services/eam/eam-workbench
Utopia is a global software, consulting, and services company specializing in enterprise data solutions that enable management and governance of critical master data and unstructured content for an enterprise. Our "build, fix, and sustain" approach to data, along with best-in-class software, empowers our customers to get their data right, and keep it right. For further information, please visit www.utopiainc.com.
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