mPower Technologies Launches Facilities Management Group, Delivering Computer Aided Facilities Management Systems

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mPower Technologies' Facilities Management Group answers the increasing need for affordable computer aided facilities management (CAFM) systems.

mPower Technologies, the developer of mPower Integratorâ„¢, is officially announcing their launch into the computer aided facilities management (CAFM) market today. The company has over 100 years of combined experience in computer aided design (CAD) and facilities management (FM) technologies.

They work with world-class partners such as Autodesk, Inc.; Applied Spatial Technologies (link:; Taylor Technologies, Inc. (link:; and faciliCAD (link: to build complete, customized, cost-effective CAFM systems.

The FM concerns of today go beyond the traditional tasks of managing spaces, assets, and people. Current concerns often include enterprise data integration, security, increasing productivity, and lowering costs. These business issues involve multiple departments and data sources, therefore requiring a higher level of understanding to properly design an effective solution.

A market analysis revealed the existence of expensive, high-end, proprietary systems and underpowered low end systems, with few alternatives in-between. mPower Technologies' philosophy is to help enable their clients to build an FM system that is effective and affordable.

mPower customers include federal agencies, state and local government, healthcare, financial, manufacturing, and educational facilities.

About mPower Technologies:

mPower Technologies (link: is a technology consulting firm, software developer, and service organization that draws upon more than 100 combined years experience in the CAD/FM industry. They empower their clients by eliminating costly consultation and proprietary development that many other FM consultants and CAFM providers require. mPower works with their clients to improve and streamline processes to ensure they are the most productive with all available and potential resources.


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David Falk