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Don’t just be satisfied with the way it’s always been done.


Just because you’ve always depended on your BMS/EPMS system to monitor your data center doesn’t mean that’s necessarily the best way to go about it.


There’s a better, easier, less expensive way to monitor all your critical systems in real time, so you have the information you need to optimize your space, power and cooling.


FieldView Solutions. FieldView: • Is 100%browser-based, so it supplies real-time data, available anytime, anywhere


• TCO is very competitive,with out-of-the box functionality, quick, no risk, real-time deployment, and users empowered to make changes without vendor assistance


• Is hardware and vendor neutral, so it integrates seamlessly with the systems you already have in place, making sense of their information


• Gives managers a window into all their data centers, small or large • Is designed to handle tens of thousands of points, is extremely scalable, trending and tracking constantly • Is the only solution on the market created by Data Center Experts, specifically for Data Center Managers


There’s a better way to capture your data.


For a live demonstration of FieldView’s better mouse trap, call 732-395-6920 or visit fieldviewsolutions.com. MONITOR MEASURE MANAGE MAXIMIZE


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