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SYRACUSE, NY – Barton & Loguidice, a multi-disciplinary consulting firm that provides technical solutions to public and private clients, announces new software alliances with IBM Maximo®, Projectech, and EAM360 that will help grow the firm’s Asset Management Practice by offering enhanced services to clients. These partnerships went into effect in January 2021, and implementation of these enhanced services have already begun with current clientele.


IBM Maximo® is the independent leader in solutions for asset management software, providing users with the needed crucial insights and visibility to maintain and control intelligent assets and equipment, which public and private entities rely on hundreds if not millions to stay operational.

Projectech is the leading cloud-based hosting service for IBM Maximo. This platform allows clients the connectivity to Maximo beyond standard office systems.

EAM360 is a mobile application designed exclusively for Android and iOS platforms to enhance the usability for IBM Maximo subscribers who would like to access the program from their phones, tablets, and GIS maps.

“We are delighted to announce our new partners, as we can now offer clients new tools and a variety of solutions to help them establish and easily monitor their asset management programs,” said Tim Taber, P.E., BCEE, Barton & Loguidice Vice President & Practice Area Leader for Asset Management.

About Barton & Loguidice, D.P.C. (B&L)

Barton & Loguidice, is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm with 350 employees that provides technical solutions to public and private clients from offices in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, and Connecticut. For more information, visit or follow the firm on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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