eMaint Hosts CMMS User Summits in Select Cities and Launches Advantage Circle Advisory Group

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eMaint Enterprises is conducting a series of one day CMMS User Group Summits in multiple locations in May and June. In conjunction with the announcement of this spring's User Group Summit schedule, the eMaint Advantage Circle was also established in order to provide a higher level of service to customers that eMaint views as its strategic business partners.

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We understand that our customers have resource constraints. That drove our decision to compress the training into one information-packed day and bring the sessions closer to our customers to make it easier on their schedules and on their budgets.

eMaint Enterprises, producer of X3 CMMS Software, is hosting a series of one-day User Group Summits in May and June in different regions of the country. These full-day seminars are being conducted at training facilities in Edison, New Jersey on May 11, in Chicago, Illinois on May 19, and in Atlanta, Georgia on June 10.

Hannelore Fineman, vice president of eMaint, noted, "We understand that our customers have resource constraints. That drove our decision to compress the training into one information-packed day and bring the sessions closer to our customers to make it easier on their schedules and on their budgets."

The new version of eMaint X3 is scheduled for release on May 5. Highlights of the software upgrade include an updated user interface for the reporting tool that streamlines the report creation process without sacrificing any features or functions. The addition of a 45-day PM Projection calendar allows maintenance planners to view all upcoming preventive maintenance and adjust scheduling as needed to make more efficient use of resources from a single screen.

Summit attendees will participate in hands-on demonstrations at state-of-the-art training facilities, attend Best Practice sessions with senior members of the eMaint product development team and also have ample opportunities to network and interact with other maintenance professionals.

In conjunction with the announcement of this spring's User Group Summit schedule, the eMaint Advantage Circle was also established in order to provide a higher level of service to customers that eMaint views as its strategic business partners.

Elaborating on the purpose of the Advantage Circle, Brian Samelson, president of eMaint, commented, "We are looking to partner more closely with our customers in shaping future software direction. We have always sought customer input when planning software enhancements. The Advantage Circle takes this partnership to the next level and provides a more formalized process for communicating with, recognizing and rewarding best customers."

eMaint Enterprises has been providing innovative maintenance software solutions since 1986. For more information about the User Group Summits or eMaint Enterprises products and services, please visit the eMaint Web site.

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