softWrench Solutions to Sponsor the Maximo Utilities Working Group

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softWrench Solutions will exhibit at the upcoming MUWG Spring 2012 Workshop.

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softWrench Solutions will participate as an Exhibitor Sponsor at the upcoming Maximo Utilities Working Group (MUWG) Spring 2012 Workshop at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.

softWrench Solutions will showcase its Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solution, softWrench™, a user-friendly software that simplifies and enhances the robust capabilities of IBM Maximo. softWrench simplifies work order and asset management tracking and is designed for the casual or non-technical user.

“The MUWG Spring Workshop is a great opportunity for softWrench Solutions to meet with key decision makers within the utilities industry to demonstrate softWrench,” said Greg DePinto, Vice President, Sales with softWrench Solutions. “softWrench is an ideal solution for the EAM needs within the utilities industry.

MUWG expects 200-300 attendees and will have 40 sponsors/exhibitors.

About softWrench Solutions
softWrench Solutions provides softWrench bundled with IBM Maximo to provide an enhanced and simplified end user experience for work order, asset and service management. Our softWrench web portal is endorsed by IBM to be sold globally as a client-deployed or software-as-a-service, hosted solution providing end users with smart options to support any budget.

softWrench Solutions is a leading full-service software solutions provider offering a global agreement with IBM to sell Maximo bundled with softWrench to provide an enhanced and simplified end-user experience. softWrench Solutions has been providing clients with quality products and services since 1998. We are a member of the Control Group, a 104-year old privately held company specializing in facility maintenance services with offices throughout the United States, United Kingdom and Europe. To learn more, please visit http://www.softWrenchSolutions.com.

About MUWG
MUWG is an industry group representing over 145 utility companies, counties and cities throughout the U.S., Canada, China, South Africa, Pakistan, Japan, and the Caribbean that exchange information related to the implementation and application of the Maximo Asset Management system. For more information, please visit http://www.muwg.org.

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