OSIsoft introduced the Real-time Performance Management (RtPM) platform designed to help businesses improve operational excellence. Dr. J. Patrick Kennedy, CEO and founder of OSIsoft, said, "The OSIsoft Real-time Performance Management (RtPM) platform enables large industrial corporations to achieve continuous improvement in profit margins. Corporations can deploy the RtPM platform to gather data and to monitor events in real time across local and global operations. Data is validated and distributed anywhere, anytime so that decision-makers collaborating on worldwide business issues use only one version of the truth. The immediate knowledge of real-time events enables them to take actions that improve profits as operational events occur – actions that used to take days or weeks."

"For decades major corporations have been using our flagship PI System (PI), a key component of the RtPM platform, to retrieve valuable information locked in proprietary manufacturing systems and use this information to achieve operational excellence," said Michael Saucier, VP Marketing for OSIsoft. "Our latest RtPM platform products allow them to extend the real-time performance management process into other core business areas including IT infrastructure, ERP systems and regulatory compliance."

Continuing the proven track record of the PI System, OSIsoft's RtPM platform is designed for high reliability and massive scalability – elements that are critical to successful enterprise level applications. The RtPM platform products, including PI, are designed for fast deployment and easy integration with existing IT infrastructures. This allows corporations to leverage existing assets and systems for improved agility, productivity and profitability.

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