Web-based Infrastructure Management - 01/02/2011

The geoportal software g.on aimPort will be represented at CeBIT 2011 in Hanover, to be held from 1st to 5th March 2011. Potential clients are mostly operators of industrial plants, office and business sites or airports and harbours. G.on aimPort allows them a detailed documentation of their infrastructure and its administration via the Internet. Using Oracle technology guarantees the seamless integration of the software into the IT environment of any organisation.

G.on aimPort does not require costly - and time-consuming - trainings. This is an important fact for site operators where neither management nor other persons working with the system are generally supporters of complex expert software. At the same time, g.on aimPort also includes interesting features from the administrators' point of view.

In short, these are: intuitive user guidance with Google Maps look-and-feel; Integrated User Management: Important for heterogeneous company structures; modular design which makes adaptations and enhancements easy and investment security by using standard Oracle technology.

The g.on experience will be available at CeBIT 2011 in hall 6, stand G16 for more information.

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