Tampa-Based MaintenX Celebrates National STEM Day

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STEM makes MaintenX’s superior service possible – through state-of-the-art GPS metrix system and technicians knowledgeable in engineering and math.

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The study of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) makes amazing things possible – things like Artificial Intelligence, smart phones, and Global Positioning Satellites or GPS. MaintenX International recently installed a state-of-the-art GPS system on its maintenance van fleet and is celebrating this technology on November 8, which is National STEM Day.

“From installing electrical systems to repairing HVAC systems, much of the work our technicians do requires knowledge of the STEM field,” said Bill Schaphorst, MaintenX’s VP of Business Development. “Installing a high-tech GPS systems to our fleet is just another way MaintenX has been able to embrace STEM advancements. In addition, this new GPS system supports our culture of safety”.

MaintenX International has been in the Tampa Bay community for more than 30 years and constantly looks for ways to stay on the cutting edge of technology and improve service to their customers. The new GPS system is able to track technician’s location, track maintenance records for specific locations, assess driver safety, and relay that information back to headquarters. These details enable MaintenX to more accuractely provide scheduling details to customers reducing wait time and increasing efficiency.

For more information about MaintenX, visit http://www.maintenx.com.

MaintenX International is a fully licensed, general contracting company. As one of the largest national facility maintenance and repair companies in the U.S., MaintenX has created a wide network of knowledgeable and professional technicians that includes a national subcontractor network of over 45,000 members. For over 30 years, MaintenX has been expertly serving multi-location retail stores, restaurant chains and Fortune 500 companies nationwide.

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