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Unicenter AMO import to Asset Center

Unicenter AMO import to Asset Center

Unicenter AMO import to Asset Center

(OP)
Does anyone know if its possible to export data from Unicenter AMO to Asset Center? If so can you point me in the right direction.

RE: Unicenter AMO import to Asset Center

Unicenter AMO is supported by Connect.It!, which is Peregrine's integration engine.  If you get that, you should be able to pass data between that and AssetCenter.

RE: Unicenter AMO import to Asset Center

(OP)
Thanks for the info. Can you point me to any online documentation or links for more info?

RE: Unicenter AMO import to Asset Center

Documentation can be found at support.peregrine.com.  If you don't have a login, you should be able to get one with your AssetCenter service contract.

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