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Prometheus Group, a leading enterprise asset optimization application solution provider, today announced a reseller partnership with Joyce Safety Industrial to target asset intensive organizations in Taiwan and China.

Joyce Safety Industrial, founded in 1980, is an engineering consulting company specializing in providing maintenance and repair services to asset intensive companies, including Ford Motor Group, China Steel and sectors of the Chinese government. As a Prometheus Group reseller, the company will market and sell Prometheus Group’s planning, scheduling and work management solutions across industry verticals in China and Taiwan.

“Joining forces with Joyce, a well-known regional domain expert in Taiwan and China is a key milestone in the globalization strategy for Prometheus,” said Scott Grisanti, Chief Operating Officer, Prometheus Group. “This partnership will enable Prometheus to deliver its technology for effective asset optimization strategies to exciting new growth markets ripe for embracing our best practices.”

“We are excited to partner with Prometheus Group for this new opportunity and share our maintenance expertise,” said Joseph Chan, Principal, Joyce Safety Industrial. “My team is looking forward to engaging with customers on how Prometheus solutions can enhance their operations.”

About Prometheus Group

Prometheus Group is an enterprise application software company specializing in improving the usability and user adoption of SAP Plant Maintenance and related modules. Developed jointly with end users, our software enhances the customer experience with intuitive functionality, graphical visualization, and simple processes. Our certified solutions “live” inside of SAP and enable companies to increase productivity, reduce costs and improve reporting. For more information, visit

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