On-Premise. Remote installation also available.
Medium-sized businesses and large enterprises.
Concurrent use licensing model.
DataSplice is a privately held company.
The DataSplice Core Platform is a tool that integrates enterprise data systems (primarily IBM Maximo) and mobile handhelds. It connects to relational databases and downloads the necessary data to mobile devices. It also allows changes to the data in the handheld to be pushed back to the various databases. Most importantly, DataSplice includes development tools to customize the included modules or create new applications. The Core Platform includes the DataSplice Server, DataSplice Administration Client, and DataSplice Remote Client. The most current release of the remote client supports Windows, iOS and Android operating systems
DataSplice allows access to multiple databases and platforms by performing the business rules needed to integrate into the master application from a single interface. This enables employees to track and update critical resources and manage data in the field directly from a handheld device.
Instead of creating DataSplice configurations from scratch, many pre-configured modules are available to perform specific actions. These provide a useful starting point using proven work processes that can quickly be tailored to the client’s specific needs.
Available modules include the Inventory, Work Order and Asset and Inspections Modules.
Originally founded by Scott Kunze as Optimization Resources in 1991, the firm was primarily a CMMS consulting firm. As the need for a mobile system became apparent, the company spun off DataSplice to provide that niche to the utilities market. Since 2001, DataSplice has been providing mobile online and offline connectivity to EAM systems, with its main focus on IBM Maximo EAM products. Primary clients include utilities, oil and gas, government entities and manufacturers around the world.