Greenville, SC - AssetPoint (www.assetpoint.com), a leading Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solution provider, announced TabWare Express, a secure web-based Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solution offered on a per-user, monthly fee basis that ensures maximum equipment uptime and control of maintenance costs for small and medium size companies. TabWare Express is designed by maintenance professionals for maintenance professionals, and is easy to learn, easy to use, and easy to own.

TabWare Express is offered in 3 modules that can be used separately or combined together depending on your business needs:

• Work Orders including Preventive Maintenance
• Spare Parts Inventory
• Purchasing

Customers only need a PC with internet access to use TabWare Express and they can be up and running with the product in just a few days.

TabWare Express is offered as a software as a service (SaaS) model starting at $40 per month per user. This means small and medium size companies, for the first time, have access to enterprise level, Best-in-Class, EAM functionality at an affordable monthly fee that does not require an IT staff to support it. TabWare Express does not require servers, database licenses, backup/recovery, performance tuning, software maintenance or upgrades, as all are taken care of by AssetPoint’s Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCPs) and included in the monthly fee.

TabWare Express is the product of AssetPoint’s 30 years in the maintenance software business and conforms to Microsoft standards for look and feel, so you know it’s easy to use.

“TabWare Express is the result of many requests we have received to provide a comprehensive maintenance solution for small and medium size companies at a price point they can afford.” said Mike Levine, AssetPoint’s President and CEO. “TabWare Express provides best-in-class EAM solutions at a cost which smaller companies can afford.  TabWare Express is configurable and scalable from just a few users, to thousands of users across a global enterprise”

About AssetPoint:
For over 30 years, AssetPoint has led the EAM market in expertise and innovation, helping customers control their operations, reduce maintenance costs, optimize spare parts inventory, streamline procurement and provide greater visibility for improved management, command, and control. Designed by maintenance professionals for maintenance professionals, our TabWare platform is easy to learn, easy to use, and proven over time to be the most effective product in the market. Perhaps that’s why tens of thousands of users trust their critical assets to TabWare each and every day.
For more information visit http://www.assetpoint.com.

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