Somerville, MA, September 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Work Technology Corporation, an IBM Partner and industry leader in enterprise asset management (EAM) and workforce management software is proud to announces that it will sponsor the inaugural New England Maximo Users Group (NEWMUG) to be held Thursday, October 13, 2011 from 8:30am-3:00pm at the Marriot Renaissance Hotel..
This year’s NEWMUG is hosted by Brandeis University. Presentations will include “Going from Maximo 5.2 to 7.5!“ by John Gould of Boston College; “Maximo 7.5 Updates” by Kim Woodbury of IBM, “Maximo Tips and Tricks” by John Connell, and more. WorkTech is joined by Datasplice, Banetti, and Solufy as sponsors as this event. According to Jym Spinelli, the Program Director for the NEWMUG, "We are excited to bring the Maximo User Group model to New England, and are anticipating an excellent turnout of professionals from a diverse set of industries."
Established in 1993, WorkTech began with a consulting practice centered on MRO Software's Maximo® computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). During that time, WorkTech has established a proven record of helping organizations reduce their costs and increase their efficiency with flexible time and attendance software. WorkTech prides itself on maximizing the value of customers' ERP investment with add-on products, including time and attendance management. This focus results in a set of extremely flexible software products that address the complex needs of workforce that are easily tailored to meet the needs of every user in the organization. Flagship software suites include Contractor Cost Tracking System (CCTS), WorkTech Time Suite, and QuickPick for IBM/Maximo. WorkTech is headquartered in West Somerville, Mass.