WESTHERSFIELD, Ct. — Service and maintenance organizations seeking to improve their field service operations can give their field service engineers a complete diagnostic software tool kit without a significant upfront expense
Under a new pricing structure announced by Qualtech Systems, Inc. they have established a limited time software license subscription plan called ‘Espresso’, that provides all the modeling, stand-alone, and server-based testability engineering and maintenance system (TEAMS) software a field service organization needs.
Because there is no up-front capital investment, this plan lets new subscribers start slow, evaluate the solution, experience the benefits, and then ramp-up to deployment, on their terms. TEAMS is the only full range, end-to-end diagnostic software and health management tool kit available that provides field service engineers with the highest level of intelligence necessary to tackle any maintenance issue from troubleshooting; to precise instructions FSE’s need to repair the equipment.
The TEAMS modeling software creates a deep knowledge base of how systems fail, then the intelligent reasoning software, TEAMATE, uses the model to dynamically generate an optimized maintenance procedure to quickly get mission critical equipment working again.
TEAMATE runs on standalone PCs while TEAMS-RDS runs over the users network or the Internet.
Subscription price is determined by the actual number of FSE authorized by a new subscriber to use the software. Subscriptions are available in 100 and 1000 packs with the following list price: 100 Pack = $150/month/FSE 1000 Pack = $120/month/FSE
Customers who sign up for this subscription plan by Jan. 31, 2005 can take advantage of an even more attractive introductory price plan: 100 Pack = $90/month/FSE 1000 Pack$ = $60/month/FSE
For more information, visit http://teamqsi.com
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