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TMCNet:  Global Relief Technologies (GRT) Moves Global Headquarters to New Office at Pease International to Successfully Manage Growth of their Rapid Data Management System (RDMS)

[April 23, 2012]

Global Relief Technologies (GRT) Moves Global Headquarters to New Office at Pease International to Successfully Manage Growth of their Rapid Data Management System (RDMS)

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Portsmouth, NH (PRWEB) April 23, 2012 Global Relief Technologies (GRT) recently announced they moved their Global Headquarters to a new office space within Pease International. Pease International is a prospering business and aviation industrial community covering 3,000 acres of world-class office and industrial space. It is home to over 245 companies employing more than 7,000 people occupying some 4 million square feet of office and industrial space.

The Pease International community is comprised of the Pease International Tradeport, the Portsmouth International Airport (PSM), Skyhaven Airport (DAW), the Division of Ports and Harbors, and the 27-hole Pease Golf Course. Offering a Foreign Trade Zone with access to the east international trade corridors by land, direct air cargo or by sea via the Port of New Hampshire, Pease is ideally suited for any import, export or global business. Pease International is conveniently located adjacent to Interstate 95 just 50 miles from Boston, MA, as well as 35 miles from the Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, NH, and about 50 miles from the Portland International Jetport in Portland, ME.

GRT President and CEO Michael Gray had this to say about the move, “Global Relief Technologies has enjoyed and prospered at Pease International since we first moved our global headquarters here in 2005. Naturally, when it came time to evaluate new office headquarters for GRT to meet our strict operational and business requirements for the growth of GRT’s Rapid Data Management System (RDMS) technology we looked first at Pease International. I am pleased to say we found what we needed and are excited about our successful years ahead.” Global Relief Technologies (GRT) recent growth has been stimulated by their Rapid Data Management System (RDMS) technology solution which operates on the Android Operating System, Windows Mobile & Windows Phone, as well as the Apple iOS mobile operating system. RDMS by GRT is a flexible and adaptable Total Enterprise Mobile Field-Data Workflow Technology Solution that provides the ability for field personnel (mobile workforces) to quickly and accurately collect, transfer, and analyze data. RDMS by GRT features include an easy-to-use intuitive graphical user interface, 100% real-time two way communication, a Workflow Rules-Engine which guarantees structured data validation and improved accuracy in the data collection process, complete Global Positioning System (GPS) & Geographic Information System (GIS) integrated mapping capabilities, the ability to work in a connected and/or disconnected environment, as well as the ability to be configured without difficulty to meet each user’s specific requirements while maintaining the highest levels of security. RDMS by GRT also offers the necessary ability for Emergency Response & Disaster Recovery Teams to stay connected 24/7 with the option of using Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) Satellite Communications when wireless or other modes of connection are not available.

Rapid Data Management System (RDMS) by GRT is an advanced data capture solution which enables Mobile Workforces, Operations and Management personnel the ability to collect, access, manage, analyze, and share key data and business information with the highest levels of security and reliable performance. Armed with this highly accurate real-time information, authorized personnel can accelerate business and operational decisions, can significantly improve operational productivity and performance, can simplify work processes, and can allocate resources more effectively. In addition, the RDMS technology solution offered by GRT will enable companies to eliminate massive amounts of paper processes and deliver increased corporate profits with an exceptional Return on Investment (ROI).

Organizations seeking to deploy enterprise-level advanced mobile data collection and analysis solutions to the field can now benefit from GRT’s experience launching, managing, and supporting thousands of devices worldwide. GRT has a history of success rapidly collecting over 500,000 highly accurate assessments all across the world including the countries of China, Chile, Nicaragua, Haiti, Philippines, Thailand, and the United States. In fact, through a subcontract with the Raytheon, RDMS by GRT’s Logistics Solution is being used by the US military in Iraq and Afghanistan to support systems that protect military and civilian personnel. Global Relief Technologies (GRT) has developed best practices for success with their Rapid Data Management System (RDMS), allowing you the ability to collect field-data faster, easier, and more effectively than ever before with proven outstanding reliability and performance.

ABOUT GLOBAL RELIEF TECHNOLOGIES (GRT) Global Relief Technologies (GRT) core competency is designing, developing and supporting cutting-edge Total Enterprise Mobile Field-Data Workflow Technology Solutions. GRT’s proprietary Rapid Data Management System (“RDMS”) technology (1) is easy to use, configure, and integrate, (2) is highly secure, adaptable, and customizable, and (3) offers exceptional real-time mobile field-data collection, communication and collaboration capabilities. Since 2005, RDMS by GRT has proven to perform successfully in normal to extreme work environments all over the world, and is being utilized by the United States Navy, the United States Marine Corp (USMC), the American Red Cross as well as AIR Worldwide (AIR), the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM), and Northeast Utilities. GRT is a Verizon Wireless Business Solution Alliance Partner, a Motorola Solutions Provider – Gold Level, and a member of the AT&T Industry and Mobility Alliance Program. Other formalized GRT strategic business partnerships include: Raytheon, GeoEye, Vizada, Stanford University, and Dartmouth College. GRT is also a member of the National Emergency Management Associaton (NEMA) and GSA Contract holder. For more information about GRT and RDMS by GRT please visit the website: http://www.GRT.com Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/4/prweb9428591.htm (c) 2012 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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