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Accela Asset Management solution.

The city of Hollywood, Florida, has selected Accela Asset Management[TM] as its new maintenance management information system. Accela Asset Management, the leading provider of government enterprise management software solutions, will automate all work orders, inspections, costing, and maintenance schedules for the Public Utilities Department. The department is responsible for providing abundant potable water to the citizens of Hollywood and collecting, treating, and disposing of wastewater and storm water in an environmentally sound manner.

Accela Asset Management will provide the city with a centralized database, giving employees the ability to share data easily and have access to the most up-to-date information about a particular asset, inspection, or work order. The application offers both system-defined and user-defined fields to allow the city to configure the system to meet its specific business requirements. Accela Asset Management also will be able to integrate with the city's existing GIS database to provide relevant geographic data about assets and resources.

Accela develops award-winning enterprise systems for asset management, emergency response, licensing, permitting, planning, public health, and many other processes for government agencies of all sizes. Accela's software solutions manage critical public-sector applications for thousands of departments in major metro areas, cities, and counties such as the San Francisco Bay Area; Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles County; Miami-Dade County; Atlanta; Kansas City; San Diego County; and many others.

For more information, please visit www.accela.com.
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Title Annotation:Products & Services
Publication:Journal of Environmental Health
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Date:Jul 1, 2005
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