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Euclides Technologies and Banetti Partner for IBM Maximo Enterprise Asset Management and ClickSoftware Suite Implementation

CAMBRIDGE, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/30/14 -- Euclides Technologies and Banetti are pleased to announce their partnership for implementing IBM Maximo Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and the ClickSoftware Product Suite. Together, Euclides and Banetti offer an integration to help improve efficiencies and productivity of facilities management and utilities industry.

ClickSoftware's number one implementation partner is Euclides Technologies. With over seventy years of technological expertise in service scheduling optimization with ClickSoftware, Euclides Technologies has some of the most experienced ClickSoftware integration management available. It's no wonder why their client list includes the big names of Siemens, Xerox, and Direct Energy.

In combining the vast experience of Euclides Technologies with implementing the ClickSoftware suite with the advanced knowledge of Banetti in the IBM Maximo solution, these two companies look forward to driving extensive business together.

Steve Lawrence, Director of Sales for Euclides Technologies, states, "Our deployment accreditation and partnership with Banetti will ensure customers receive high quality sales, implementation and support services from Euclides Technologies."

An IBM Premier Business Partner, accredited reseller, and authorized IBM support provider, Banetti offers deep expertise spanning three decades in the Maximo community. Banetti's core expertise lies in providing integrated support for mobility and third party value added applications, providing rapid deployment, and white glove ongoing support.

The integration and partnership is available immediately to new and current clients of both Euclides Technologies and Banetti. Adam Napolitano, Executive Vice President of Sales at Banetti added, "Banetti is excited to partner with a strong Click partner in Euclides Technologies. Their deep expertise in planning and scheduling enable us to deliver a product based offering to address the increasing demand for integrated EAM and planning capabilities. This partnership seeks to help organizations better address field service utilization leading to increased productivity and optimized revenue opportunities."

Euclides Technologies and Banetti are actively working on a seamless integration of these two solutions and are excited about the potential for their new and existing customers. For more information about working with Euclides Technologies and Banetti with ClickSoftware and IBM Maximo, please inquire at www.euclidestech.com.

About Euclides Technologies

Euclides Technologies is a leading provider and expert integrator of field management software solutions headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel and with offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts, London, UK, and Bucharest, Romania. Euclides Technologies operates globally, serving clients in North America, Europe and Asia. They have worked with a variety of clients worldwide across many industries to implement a wide range of workforce management solutions with the ClickSoftware suite of products. Euclides Technologies is now an accredited reseller and an IBM business partner in North America.

About Banetti

Banetti is an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) firm, headquartered in Miami, FL, with regional offices in New Haven, CT and Philadelphia, PA and international offices in Toronto, ON and Sao Paolo, Brazil. Their consultants work tirelessly to satisfy customer needs, and are often called in to help return troubled projects to a timely and cost effective completion. Banetti's mission is to enable users to make EAM solutions an integral part of their maintenance and asset management program, driving process improvement and sustainable cost improvements and efficiencies.

Contact:
Jessica Aceto
Euclides Technologies
+1 617-714-4840 ext. 804
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