Golden Valley, Minnesota – Applied Data Systems, Inc., in an effort to reinforce their position as a leader in the Facilities Management industry, announced today that they have received a clean Service Organization Controls (SOC 2) Type 1 examination report from the accounting firm of Lurie, LLP. The firm completed the examination of Applied Data System, Inc.’s Description of its Integrated Workplace Management Solution (IWMS) and Computer-Aided Facility Management (CAFM) System as of May 15, 2020, and issued the SOC 2 report on July 9, 2020. This report assesses that Applied Data System, Inc.’s controls, policies, and procedures meet the criteria for the security, availability, confidentiality categories and the criteria set forth in the HIPAA Security Rule as defined in the National Institute of Standards and Technology Special Publication 800-66 Revision 1 (HIPAA Security Rule).
As part of the examination, Applied Data Systems, Inc. underwent extensive auditing of its policies and procedures to ensure that its clients’ electronic information is preserved to the highest levels. The opinion in the report is meant to provide assurance to Applied Data System, Inc.’s clients that the description of its IWMS and CAFM System reflected in the SOC 2 Type 1 report was fairly presented, and the controls stated in the description were suitably designed to provide reasonable assurance that the criteria associated with the security principle was met.
Cloud or on-Premise, ADSI has been providing Facilities Management Software and Services for over 30 years. For more information about the products and services Applied Data Systems, Inc. offers, contact Jim Filippi at 763-694-8900 x2861.
Today’s remote-learning curriculum brings new challenges to school administrators. Since COVID-19 and school closures have forced learning to take place outside the classroom, more students are using district-supplied laptops and tablets. As a result, school districts are facing new asset management challenges to track their learning devices and their condition.
Applied Data Systems Inc. (ADSI) provides a field-tested, SaaS-ready system to protect districts’ significant investments in remote-learning devices. To learn more about the system, its features and benefits, download the file below or contact ADSI for a demonstration of its capabilities.
In an effort to help customers provide safe working environments during the COVID-19 outbreak, new licenses of Archibus' Environmental Health & Safety application (EH&S) will be available to ADSI customers at no cost for the next 18 months, courtesy of Archibus.
The application helps organizations gain control over workplace safety incidents, personal protective equipment (PPE), training, medical monitoring, and work restrictions. This has become especially crucial with the global spread of the coronavirus, and Archibus users are implementing processes to identify and evaluate COVID-19 related incidents and risks. The EH&S application enables managers to quickly associate the incidents with locations and personnel, and then take action.
Customers should contact their ADSI representative to receive the complimentary 18-month license or call (763) 694.8900.
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"Customers that have implemented EH&S are able to effectively manage COVID-19 related incidents, PPE inventory and distribution, and training programs to provide their employees safer workplaces today and as they return," said Wain Kellum, CEO of Archibus + Serraview. "We hope to help others in this difficult situation by offering the application free of charge.
Archibus will host a roundtable webinar with professionals that have helped customers find solutions to different situations related to the novel coronavirus. The webinar will share how Archibus can help organizations do the following:
The Archibus Nexus 2020 conference has been cancelled due to recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Illinois Department of Public Health against holding events with over 10 people in an effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Archibus will be hosting complimentary virtual events with useful content and enabling remote worldwide participation. More details will be announced in the coming weeks.
All registrations will be refunded by Archibus in full and credited to each registrant's initial payment method. The refund applies to all NEXUS sessions and training. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Facilities managers and IWMS experts will descend on Chicago this spring for the 2020 ARCHIBUS Nexus, the leading edge conference in the industry. The annual event is organized for attendees to elevate their knowledge and use of advanced IWMS technology, as well as learn what's new on the horizon for ARCHIBUS products and meet their peers to gain helpful industry insights. ADSI wil be attending this informative global conference that takes place on April 26-29, 2020 at the Fairmont Hotel at Millennium Park. We hope you can join us there!
To clients that depend on him, it was no surprise. John Filippi, Executive Vice President and CIO of Applied Data Systems Inc. (ADSI) was named 2019's 'Best Technical Support Contributor & Team Player' by ARCHIBUS during its annual NEXUS conference in April.
Over the years, Filippi’s reputation in the technical arena has consistently garnered ADSI national recognition for IWMS and ARCHIBUS implementations. Filippi is frequently called upon to problem solve for other ARCHIBUS business partners whether the challenge be a problematic installation or designing a complex customization.
Filippi has been an integral part of the ADSI team since its founding in 1984.
He manages the daily operations for the company that includes the Development Team, IT team, and project management function for all projects. All technical decisions and development directions are approved through Filippi.
Key Projects & Highlights
In past years, John Filippi has also garnered these awards: