Trilithic’s Network Services division is now providing hosted services for its Leakage Analysis Workshop (LAW), the proprietary software application developed for the Seeker GPS Integrated Leakage System. LAW is designed to provide database management, GPS tracking, map operations, work order generation and the many other functions needed for keeping leakage outbreaks under control.

Until now when an operator equipped his vehicles with the Seeker GPS system he either purchased an integrated LAW server from Trilithic or set up and maintained the server on his own resources. With the introduction of Hosted LAW, the operator doesn’t have to purchase or set up his own LAW server. All of his leakage management processes, including data refinement, record keeping and communications can be provided by a server facility managed by Trilithic Network Services. Security, hardware and communications redundancy, and offsite data backup services are provided for a monthly fee on a discount schedule. IT hardware is kept at pace with expanded processing needs by Trilithic Network Services in the event an operator’s need for processing expands.

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