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Transpara Corp., a provider of operations intelligence software, has introduced Visual KPI for AF, a Web-based add-on to OSIsoft's AF, a server-based modeling tool that enables an organization to define a consistent representation of its assets, providing attributes and context for PI system and non-PI system data.

According to the company, Visual KPI for AF allows users get immediate, Web-based access to their AF data and can link AF element to key performance indicators (KPIs), scorecards and views in Visual KPI.

Visual KPI for AF integrates with Transpara's flagship product, Visual KPI, which enables AF users to navigate, view and analyze data and KPIs across their system hierarchy without programming.

For more information, go to transpara.com


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