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EAMWare - Shouldn't it just work?


EAMWare is an Enterprise Asset Management software and services company that provides software consulting services to get your enterprise mangement software online and working for you with experience and agility. EAMWare founders are:


Mike Steinhoff has 25 years of information technology and related management experience and is the architect of many software applications in use today. Mike has developed a patented data driven interface engine for use with the Maximo asset management software and ERP applications including SAP, Lawson Financials, and Deltek CostPoint. Mike has a B.S. Mechanical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a B.S. Information Management Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a M.S. Manufacturing Systems Engineering from Stanford University. Mike is a highly sought after information technology consultant and is an experienced Oracle and SQL*Server DBA, an experienced developer with a wide range of application development experience using: Oracle PL*SQL, Visual Basic , Java, Transact SQL, Windows Server Admin, Unix Administration, hardware experience with EMC SAN, wide variety of Dell, HP/Compaq (and assorted other) server hardware and application experience in MS SharePoint Services and Portal Administration, USG TeamCenter Administration, and IBM Maximo.


Scott Hitchcock has 30 years of asset management and engineering experience and has been responsible for implementing enterprise asset management applications for one of the nation’s largest defense contractors on contracts ranging from $50m to $3b. Scott studied Civil Engineering at Arizona State University and worked in civil engineering for 10 years before changing his career focus to information systems. Scott has worked as an application developer and integrator and has managed Enterprise Asset Management systems from the late 1980’s for the nation’s largest public utility company, an independent computer consulting company, and two large US defense contractors. Scott was the president of the Arizona Maximo Users Group and worked with many companies and industries to implement asset management software in both official and unofficial capacities. Scott was a frequent speaker on asset management systems implementation at Western Council of Construction Consumers (WCCC), International Facility Management Association (IFMA), and Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).