Maintenance Assistant Drives Record Revenue and Customer Growth in Q2

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Maintenance Assistant, the industry leading provider of cloud-based maintenance and asset management software, announced today another record quarter of revenue and customer acquisition growth. “We’re happy to announce that we far exceeded our Q2 numbers from last year, with another record revenue quarter,” said Marc Castel, CEO.

“We’re focused on disrupting the enterprise market and attracting larger customers with our unique cloud story and new enterprise product offerings,” said Shane Skiffington, Vice President Marketing

Maintenance Assistant, the industry leading provider of cloud-based maintenance and asset management software, announced today another record quarter of revenue and customer acquisition growth. “We’re happy to announce that we far exceeded our Q2 numbers from last year, with another record revenue quarter,” said Marc Castel, CEO. Revenue grew by more than 85% over the same period last year while paid customer acquisition increased by more than 40%.

“We’re driving these results through strategic sales and marketing initiatives that are focused on disrupting the enterprise market and attracting larger customers with our unique cloud story and new enterprise product offerings,” said Shane Skiffington, Vice President Marketing.

Strategic Partner Integrations
As part of the company’s enterprise growth strategy, Maintenance Assistant continued to build strategic integrations with other best in class SaaS providers through their robust API. Most notably, partnering with NetSuite to connect maintenance and asset management to the ERP. “Integrating our maintenance and asset management software with their business suite means that Maintenance Assistant and NetSuite customers can both benefit from a state-of-the-art purchase flow integration. In addition to NetSuite, we created an sFTP integration allowing organizations to seamlessly connect to any other ERP out of the box. Providing these integrations is the first step of countless possibilities that we plan to pursue throughout the coming quarters,” said James Novak, COO.

Outlook for Q3
“Our primary objective in Q3 is to continue to expand the scope of our software to meet the needs of larger enterprise companies,” commented Daryl Sedgman, CTO. "Our cloud platform enables us to build and deploy features at a breakneck pace for never-before-seen prices. We are showing potential customers that they don’t need to make large upfront investments to get best in class maintenance and asset management software. That’s our mission.”

About Maintenance Assistant
Maintenance Assistant provides cloud-based maintenance and asset management software to thousands of customers around the world in 10 languages. Incorporated in 2008 and headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Maintenance Assistant’s products are used by organizations of all sizes to properly handle corrective, preventative and condition-based maintenance for equipment and assets. Learn more at http://www.maintenanceassistant.com.

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