New tech to improve forestry value chain
May 23, 2018 - Remsoft, a leader in optimized planning and scheduling for sustainable resource management, has announced that the company has experienced continued growth while heavily investing in its new Remsoft RISE platform — the company’s next-generation cloud-native technology designed to improve value and find efficiencies throughout the forestry value chain.
May 23, 2018 By Remsoft
To do this, Remsoft has significantly increased research and development (R&D) investments and added several essential new hires, including forest industry and software development experts, to its rapidly expanding team in support of quality assurance, operations, technical support and strategic modeling.
Worldwide operations and asset management professionals in forestry, land management, civil infrastructure, right-of-way, and other industries will soon benefit from Remsoft RISE’s cloud-based advanced analytics and asset optimization capabilities to schedule and manage their operations while tracking progress and revising plans with real-time impact analysis and considering plans versus actuals.
“Remsoft has experienced strong growth across all areas of our business, allowing us to make significant investments in technologies that will allow our customers to realize the full promise of the cloud,” said Andrea Feunekes, chief executive officer and co-founder of Remsoft. “A key component of our strategy has been adding to our team in order for Remsoft to develop and deliver quality products based on the Remsoft RISE platform as quickly as possible.”
Remsoft RISE is a cloud-based multi-user, multi-tenant platform for optimized planning and decision support. The unified platform’s business intelligence software, advanced spatial analytics and high-performance computing make it a powerful optimization tool to improve decision-making capacity. The first solution to be offered on the RISE platform, Remsoft Operations, is expected to be available to clients globally in the second half of 2018.
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