Sunday, 28 September 2014
eMaint to Inform, Intrigue and Inspire CMMS Clients at Xcelerate’14
Maint Enterprises, a leader in computerized maintenance management software (CMMS), will be hosting its first annual Xcelerate’14 User and Training Conference on November 11-14, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa in Estero, Florida.
The conference will bring together global eMaint X3 CMMS users from a broad array of industries for hands-on product training sessions on on various aspects of the X3 CMMS system including Reporting and Dashboards, Purchasing and Inventory Management, Work Management and System Administration.
In addition to product training, there will be a track devoted to Maintenance and Reliability Best Practices presented by members of eMaint’s Engineering Services team. Topics include Applying Lean Principles, Achieving Regulatory Compliance and Operational Excellence with your CMMS.
New eMaint X3 features and innovations will be showcased during the conference that will help users manage their maintenance operations more efficiently. These include enhancements to eMaint’s MX Mobile and Hub interfaces, and an integrated Document Storage feature enabling users to easily upload, store and share external documents.
Following the three-day conference, attendees will have the option to attend post-conference workshops on Condition Monitoring, Dashboards and Predictive Maintenance, or take a complimentary trip to the eMaint Experience Center to get hands-on with on a variety of mobile devices.
“As a web-based company, we are thrilled to provide our clients this opportunity to not only meet face-to-face with Account Managers, Senior Consultants and Product Experts, but to also network and learn from each other,” explains eMaint CEO and President Brian Samelson. “We understand the importance of training and networking in achieving maintenance management success. Xcelerate has been designed to provide our clients with multiple tools to help them improve their maintenance operations within one event.”