San Ramon, CA, December 08, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Sunflower Systems asset management services division announces team member, Jim Dieter, is published in The Institute of Asset Management’s (IAM) Assets magazine. Mr. Dieter’s cover article, The US asset management landscape, addresses why the States is adopting a more united approach to asset management and how this was influenced by the IAM and the ISO 55000 development effort.
Sunflower Systems’ asset management services team members are always staying abreast the latest industry advancements and technology in order to better meet the needs of its clientele. This article is an example of Sunflower Systems staying involved in and moving the asset management industry forward. Mr. Dieter’s articles demonstrates to the reader the history of asset management in the United States (US), the status of the US asset management efforts and where there is potential to expand as well as how the team is moving forward with other countries with the shared aspiration of creating the ISO 55000 standard as “a unifying force in raising the awareness and positive impact of asset management.”
About Sunflower Systems:
Sunflower Systems provides full enterprise asset management solutions to a broad client base across multiple industries including federal agencies, state and local agencies, government contractors, universities, national laboratories, and private corporations. Sunflower's portfolio of solutions and asset management services enables organizations to improve decision-making, accountability and regulatory compliance for all types of assets including personal property management, contract property management, real property management, IT asset management, materials management, vehicle management and more. For more information, visit: www.sunflowersystems.com