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eMaint Selected As Finalist for Plant Engineering Product of the Year 2016

CMMS solution named a finalist in "Maintenance Software" category

MARLTON, NJ--(Marketwired - November 30, 2016) - eMaint Enterprises LLC, a Fluke Company, is excited to announce that its flagship product, eMaint CMMS, has been selected as a finalist for the Plant Engineering 2016 "Product of the Year" awards in the "Maintenance Software" category.

eMaint's Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) enables maintenance professionals to manage work orders and work requests, preventive maintenance, purchasing and inventory control, planning and scheduling, asset history, cost tracking, condition monitoring, document storage, and create robust reports. The software saves companies valuable time and money by better organizing, planning, and optimizing maintenance activities.

eMaint was one of the first providers of CMMS to offer a completely web-based, "Software as a Service" model. Since 1986, the company has leveraged continuous software updates combined with exceptional support to expand their global footprint. eMaint's diverse global clientbase consists of small, midsized and enterprise organizations in industries such as manufacturing, facilities, services, fleet, energy, packaging, government and education.

In 2016, eMaint released a host of updates to its software. Highlights include an Interactive Mapping feature, which allows organizations to visualize their maintenance management data on a floor plan, schematic, site map, or any other image and a revamped fully customizable work requestor interface.

"For thirty years, our formula has remained the same," eMaint President Brian Samelson said. "We offer innovative solutions to solve the challenges of our clients, and support them with an unwavering commitment to their success."

This year marks the 29th anniversary of the Plant Engineering "Product of the Year" program. Plant Engineering's Product of the Year (POY) program is the premier award for products in the manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors that help users do their jobs smarter, more efficiently, safely and more productively. Readers can now vote on award winners. The magazine will announce the winners on March 28, 2017 online and in the April issue of its magazine.

Click here to vote for eMaint CMMS in the "Maintenance Software" category.

The software package has also been selected by Top Ten Reviews as the #1 2016 Gold Award winner for Maintenance Management Software two years running. eMaint has earned a spot on the Philadelphia 100 Hall of Fame, Inc. 5000's list of the fastest growing private companies in America for four consecutive years, a Bronze Stevie® Award in the Customer Service Department of the Year category and more.

About eMaint

As the leading provider of Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solutions, eMaint Enterprises LLC, a Fluke company, improves the way over 50,000 users worldwide manage, monitor and control assets.

eMaint's diverse and global clientbase consists of small, midsized and enterprise organizations in industries such as manufacturing, facilities, services, fleet, energy, government and education. The company has been recognized by Top Ten Reviews as the #1 Maintenance Management Software, the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America, and the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 list. For more information, please visit www.emaint.com.

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