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Vetasi acquires Indonesian Talian Infodinamika

The Vetasi Group, a leading international enterprise asset management consultancy, has expanded its global footprint by acquiring Southeast Asia's largest IBM Maximo service provider and specialist enterprise asset management company Talian Infodinamika.

Already the largest IBM Maximo consulting firm in Europe and Africa, this acquisition places Vetasi now as the leading Maximo service provider in Indonesia as well.

Vetasi will have over 200 employees qualified in the field of asset

"This acquisition is the result of a 15-year partnership built on trust, knowledge sharing, delivering exceptional solutions, and pure synergy. Vetasi and Talian have collaborated on large international asset management projects, not only in Indonesia, but also in Algeria," says James Fair, CFO of the Vetasi Group.

Talian, IBM's first Gold Business Partner in Indonesia, has been deploying Maximo EAM solutions since 2010, and since grown into ASEAN's largest Maximo implementer. "Talian is excited to join the global Vetasi family," says Seno Hardijanto, Talian's Chief Executive Officer. “Our team of over 35 Maximo certified consultants will add extensive EAM implementation experience to Vetasi's overall offering."

Who is

Seno says Talian's mission is to help businesses maximise the use of technology by developing and deploying industrial solutions for lifecycle asset management to deliver value. Talian has implemented Maximo applications for more than 40 clients worldwide in the:

  • oil and gas;
  • energy;
  • utility;
  • transportation:
  • logistics;
  • automotive;
  • telecommunications and
  • infrastructure sectors.

"Both Vetasi and Talian clients will benefit from additional skills, deeper asset management experience, and some truly exciting custom centric enhancements," Fair says. “Cross time zone expert clusters will not only ensure enhanced expertise being available but enable instant responses to clients on a global scale and getting close to a 24/7 service. Adding the Talian expertise pool to Vetasi’s tried and tested group of asset management experts, provides Vetasi with a capacity that few other firms can emulate.

"Both companies place a huge value on providing our customers with world-class solutions and leading services for managing their physical assets by delivering solutions that work and that add value to their bottom line!" adds Hardijanto.

Watch the full interview with Vetasi's James Fair and Jarosław Łukasiewicz and Talian's, Seno Hardijanto

Vetasi acquires Indonesian Talian

About Vetasi

Vetasi – an international consultancy specialising in solutions for Work & Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), Asset Performance Management (APM), Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM), IT Service Management (ITSM) and Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) that transform and streamline business operations.

Over the years, Vetasi has built the largest Maximo consultancy team across Europe and Africa and is an IBM Gold Business Partner in 5 territories, enabling it to deploy the right business and technical resources promptly to all our clients, from short one day assignments to multi-million-pound multi-year projects. See

About Talian

Talian, is a specialist in Enterprise Asset Management service provider. As an IBM Gold Maximo Business Partner, Talian provides systems integration and transformation services enabling organisations to achieve breakthrough results in their asset management programs. Talian recently won the IBM Top AI Application Partner Award. See

For more information about the acquisition, contact:

James Fair, Vetasi Chief Financial Officer:

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