Sunflower Systems to Present Key Session at 35th Anniversary of the National Property Management Association Education Seminar

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Management representatives to present key sessions during week-long education seminar focusing on how organizations can embrace the paradigm shift in asset management using best practices and real-world examples.

Your World Revolves Around Assets and You Are the Center of the Universe

Sunflower Systems™, the company that has redefined lifecycle asset management as a strategic imperative, announced today that three company representatives will present key sessions at the 2005 National Property Management Association (NPMA) National Education Seminar (NES).

Now in its 35th year, NPMA NES 2005 is designed for managers, administrators, supervisors and employees at all levels and in all aspects of asset management in the public and private sector. Running Aug. 25 – Sept. 2, this conference is the only professional gathering that represents the international world of asset and property management.

Sunflower speakers include:

Robert Kaehler, Vice President and General Manager

"Your World Revolves Around Assets and You Are the Center of the Universe"

Tuesday, Aug. 30 - 12:30 p.m.

Tim Frazier, Chief Technology Officer

"Asset Management Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - A Reality or a Pipe Dream"

Tuesday, Aug. 30 - 3:00 p.m.

Maria Miller, Director of Marketing

"Marketing Property Across Organizations – Five Techniques No Organization Should be Without”

Wednesday, Aug. 31 - 9:30 a.m.

Lifecycle Asset Management has emerged as a strategic objective containing measurable impacts on financial performance rather than being just a tactical inventory of what assets an enterprise possesses. These sessions highlight this mega-trend and illustrate how organizations can embrace the paradigm shift using best practices and real-world examples.

Visit http://www.sunflowersystems.com for additional information. To register for NPMA National Education Seminar, please visit http://www.npma.org or contact Nancy Yarish at 302-644-1856.

About Sunflower Systems:

Sunflower Systems significantly improves fiscal and operational accountability by optimizing asset management processes across the enterprise. The Sunflower Systems solution enables organizations to increase asset utilization and re-use as well as tighten financial accountability by providing a holistic view of every asset throughout its lifecycle. Enterprises benefit because Sunflower Systems:

  • Provides a system of record to substantiate financial reporting
  • Enables the single version of the truth for better asset allocation and utilization
  • Maximizes accountability to ensure proper stewardship of every asset

Built on best practices for the composite enterprise, Sunflower Systems provides a complete and actionable view of the entire asset base, from the smallest mobile device to the most expensive classified equipment. The company is headquartered in San Ramon, Calif., with offices in Washington, D.C. Portland, Oregon, and Chicago, Illinois. For more information please call 925-355-0700 or visit our website at http://www.sunflowersystems.com.

About NPMA:

The National Property Management Association, Inc. (NPMA) is the largest association of asset management professionals in the United States. The NPMA is dedicated to building leadership through education, training, and by promoting standards of competency and ethical behavior. The association provides a broad range of educational products, regional and national seminars, publications and forums for the exchange of ideas. Certification in asset management is offered at three levels, tailored for asset management professionals in all aspects of the profession. For additional information contact us at http://www.npma.org.

Media contacts

Maria Miller

Director of Marketing

925-242-4213

National Property Management Association

Felicia Johnson

Marketing Manager

727-736-4727

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