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VISTA Technology Services, Inc. (VISTAtsi) solutions experts will share tips for developing an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) strategy Wednesday, May 5th at the 2010 ARCHIBUS Users’ Conference in Chicago, Illinois. VISTAtsi is an employee-owned real property and asset management consultancy specializing in decision support analytics. ARCHIBUS-the number one provider of real estate, infrastructure and facilities management solutions-tapped VISTAtsi to share best practices at their premier educational event.

“As a Tier-One ARCHIBUS Implementation Partner, we have extensive experience implementing ARCHIBUS solutions for government and business,” said VISTAtsi President & CEO David B. Baxa. “We are pleased to share our lifecycle approach to enterprise asset management with ARCHIBUS users from around the world.”

VISTAtsi asset management solutions expert Paul Wright will deliver the session, titled “A Lifecycle Approach to Enterprise Asset Management.” The session takes place from 12:00 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. CST on Wednesday, May 5th. Wright will identify and discuss critical issues in developing an EAM strategy, including: sustainability for decision support; validating business processes; and making best-value choices in tools and technologies.

“Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) systems like ARCHIBUS process lifecycle management information for multiple high value infrastructure assets, therefore, an enterprise approach to implementation is critical,” remarked Paul Wright, Director of Strategic Programs at VISTAtsi. “I am looking forward to the opportunity to collaborate with the numerous industry experts that will be in attendance at the ARCHIBUS Users’ Conference and I’m proud that VISTAtsi is presenting in this forum.”

About VISTAtsi

VISTAtsi is an employee-owned real property and asset management consultancy specializing in decision support through technology.

Executives use VISTAtsi for information technology, management consulting, and decision support systems and services. Our focus on real property helps our clients gain the greatest value from money they spend on buildings, land and infrastructure. We collect and analyze massive volumes of data. The result is high quality financial and performance information that makes it easier to implement effective policy.

For more than 25 years, VISTAtsi’s solutions have helped government and commercial industry run better - cutting costs, eliminating waste and improving performance.

Results matter. Expect more. Choose VISTAtsi.

To learn more, visit

About ARCHIBUS, Inc.

ARCHIBUS is the #1 global provider of real estate, infrastructure, and facilities management solutions and services with the total annual expenditures for ARCHIBUS-related products and services exceeding $1.7 Billion (USD). Through effective innovation and business transformation, ARCHIBUS users save their organizations over $100 billion annually. With ARCHIBUS, organizations can use a single, comprehensive, integrated solution to make informed strategic decisions that optimize return-on-investment, lower asset lifecycle costs, and increase enterprise-wide productivity and profitability. ARCHIBUS is the world-wide proponent for the creation of ubiquitous environmental sustainability.

ARCHIBUS is the #1 TIFM (Total Infrastructure & Facilities Management) solution in the world. More than 4,000,000 ARCHIBUS enterprise and Web users collectively manage over 5,000,000 properties, with organizations reporting facilities-related cost savings as high as 34%. With over 1,600 ARCHIBUS Business Partners, local and regional support worldwide is available in over 130 countries and in over two dozen languages. Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, ARCHIBUS, Inc. has pioneered computer-aided infrastructure and facilities management technologies since 1982. For more information, visit

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