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Asset Vue and No Limits Software Team Up to Improve the Data Center Asset Management Experience

Strategic Partnership Provides End-to-end Data Center Asset Management and Real-Time Monitoring for Data Center Professionals

BRISTOL, Pa., Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- What do you get when you combine physical asset validation with automated asset management in the data center? Greater audit confidence, faster asset deployment and far fewer headaches. Asset Vue, a provider of RFID based asset management and data center management solutions, has forged a strategic partnership with No Limits Software, a leading provider of data center management solutions, to provide data center customers with fast, easy, actionable IT asset audits using the Asset Vue Inventory solution, combined with the benefits of No Limits Software's RaMP data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solution.

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"Together Asset Vue and No Limits Software solutions will help data center professional reduce costs associated with manually conducting asset audits, then collecting and maintaining detailed device configuration data," said John Consoli, Executive Vice President for Asset Vue. "They will be able to increase the accuracy of their IT audits, locate critical data center assets and enhance capacity planning and availability with real time data, device alerts and automated change management."

"The Asset Vue Inventory solution represents the finishing piece of the DCIM puzzle and is a natural complement to our RaMP solution," said Dave Cole, president of No Limits Software. "Now we can provide an end-to-end picture of asset management and real-time monitoring for data center managers."

Asset Vue Inventory 
Asset Vue Inventory is a data center asset management (DCAM) solution that includes all the hardware and software required for an organization to monitor data center assets within its data center and throughout its facilities. The radio frequency identification (RFID) based solution includes both fixed and handheld data capture that provide read ranges from inches to feet making it fast and accurate to locate data center assets.

RaMP DCIM Solution   
RaMP was created to solve issues faced in data centers on a daily basis. It provides much greater data accuracy, automatic discovery of detailed device configuration and real-time monitoring of both IT and facilities equipment (down to virtual machines).

Want to learn more?

  • Watch a complimentary Data Center Asset Management interview with IT veteran Rich Werner as he discusses DCIM, DCAM, and RFID at http://bit.ly/1eeqx2A
  • Watch an explainer video of how the Asset Vue DCAM system can help your data center: http://bit.ly/18JlXFf

About No Limits Software         
No Limits Software is a leading provider of data center management solutions, including asset and change management, capacity planning and real-time monitoring. Their RaMP DCIM flagship solution allows you to more effectively manage your data center. RaMP eliminates the need for physical audits, dramatically reduces the time to find and repair equipment, improves system availability and increases data center energy efficiency by providing accurate real-time monitoring. No Limits Software solutions are fully scalable and all data is fully accessible via published web services API to allow you to easily integrate the solutions with your existing data center management platforms. Additional information can be found at www.nolimitssoftware.com

About Asset Vue         
Asset Vue, LLC is a Bristol, PA-based provider of RFID based asset management and data center management solutions. The company offers technology designed to solve the kinds of regular challenges faced by "data center people" in their daily roles and their strategic responsibilities that is not found in other tools. The passive-RFID solution represents the culmination of living and working through the daily challenges faced by data center management and leadership across the industry. The company's executive leadership and product development staff bring vast, direct experience from the world of data center operations, where they have worked with some of the world's most complex and most high-profile data center operations. For additional information, please visit www.assetvue.com

Media Contact         
Rich Mullikin               
Communication Strategy Group for Asset Vue           
[email protected]; 866-997-2424            
www.communicationstrategygroup.com

SOURCE Asset Vue

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