Mequon, WI (PRWEB) April 5, 2009
Eagle Technology, Inc of Mequon, Wisconsin announced a partnership with Baltimore Hebrew Congregation (BHC) to assist them on their journey to a "Green Synagogue". Based on their efforts to date, BHC has been called a "model" for other congregations by BJEN founder and director Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin.
The addition of Eagle's ProTeus V facility maintenance management solution will provide measurement, and documentation of the process, throughout the life cycle of the facilities. Harshad Shah, president of Eagle Technology, Inc. met personally with Victor Davis, Facilities and Food Service Manager of BHC in Baltimore. "We are watching this project closely," said Mr. Shah, "and hope that it becomes the standard of excellence for Congregation Facility Management throughout the United States and the world."
Founded in 1986 by Harshad Shah, Eagle Technology, Inc. is a leading developer of computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) and enterprise asset management (EAM). Eagle's ProTeus V family of helps facility maintenance operations run smoothly and comfortably with minimum downtime for any size operation, while providing data to on costs, availability and efficiencies.
ProTeus provides integration and maintenance management for intelligent buildings and facilities operations. Over 5,000 maintenance professionals rely on ProTeus for its simplicity, reliability, scalability, and multi-lingual capability. For more information on Eagle, go to http://www.eaglecmms.com.
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation (BHC) is the largest Reform congregation in Maryland, providing members of all ages with a variety of resources to worship, learn about, and celebrate Judaism together. For more information on the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation green initiative, go to http://www.bhcong.org
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