Sunflower Systems Enterprise Asset Management Software Announces Non-Traditional Asset Management Solutions

Sunflower Systems enterprise asset management software and solutions company announces that it can support non-traditional asset management activities.

San Ramon, CA, December 08, 2011 --( Sunflower Systems announces that its people, technology and software can support organizational goals by providing the best solutions at an affordable price. Sunflower’s enterprise asset management software can handle more than traditional asset management. Its enterprise asset management software has the open architecture and robust asset-tracking functionality to make the possibilities for added value endless.

In the real world, organizations are tightening their belts. Sunflower Systems understands that while assets and asset managers’ responsibilities continue to increase, financial and staff resources do not do the same. Asset managers are forced to handle more and more responsibilities while finding ways to save costs at the same time. Sunflower Systems’ enterprise asset management software adds value by making tasks easier, more efficient and more accessible and saves organizations money by managing a multitude of areas in addition to traditional asset management such as fleet management, real property management, IT asset management, and more.

About Sunflower Systems:
Sunflower Systems provides full enterprise asset management solutions to a broad client base across multiple industries including federal agencies, state and local agencies, government contractors, universities, national laboratories, and private corporations. Sunflower's portfolio of solutions and asset management services enables organizations to improve decision-making, accountability and regulatory compliance for all types of assets including personal property management, contract property management, real property management, IT asset management, materials management, vehicle management and more. For more information, visit:

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