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RedEye continues expansion with Certus Digital reseller partnership

RedEye has announced a reseller partnership with IBM Maximo provider Certus Digital to enable integrated asset management solutions across Australia and New Zealand.

The new partnership is part of RedEye's continued international expansion.

The partnership is set to help utilities, government agencies and other large infrastructure owners accelerate the digitalisation of asset management by making their engineering drawings, data and documents more available, useable and valuable.

IBM Maximo is an Enterprise Asset Management Platform used extensively to manage some of the world's critical infrastructure such as power and water utilities, road and rail networks, telecommunications and key government assets.

RedEye has chosen to work with Certus Digital to integrate its software with IBM Maximo and to resell RedEye's software solutions in New Zealand.

For managers of complex assets, particularly critical public infrastructure such as power and water utilities, RedEye accelerates the digitisation of asset management and the realisation of significant operational efficiencies by introducing technology like digital twin and machine learning, as well as analytics.

"I am thrilled to welcome Certus Digital into our Partner Programme," says Wayne Gerard, chief executive officer and co-founder of RedEye.

"We undertook a comprehensive evaluation process to ensure we were joining with the right partner who could build on the power and value of RedEye in the region," he says.

"We have ambitious growth plans for 2021 including an exciting range of new products, functionality and integrations. The partnership with Certus Digital will provide access to new clients and extend the value RedEye offers to current clients using IBM Maximo," Gerard says. 

"RedEye will help Certus Digital expand the capabilities of their IBM Maximo solution, adding deeper functionality through our software to access and use accurate engineering drawings, data and documents whenever and wherever they are needed, whether in the field, in the office, at home or offline in remote locations," he says.

Michael Cahir, general manager for Certus Digital, says, "This new partnership enables Certus Digital to help organisations bring legacy systems of engineering drawings, spread over multiple locations and file types, together to improve engineering drawing and data management processes. 

"In turn our clients will benefit with better informed people, faster and better decision making and reduced safety risks," he says. 

Gerard adds, "RedEye looks forward to working with Certus Digital and our mutual, and new, clients to bring a comprehensive and effective end-to-end asset information solutions across Australia and New Zealand."