“This is a critical project and we are privileged to have our system in place serving as a key tool for this massive nuclear construction project,” says Bryan Gay, CEO of CHAMPS Software, Inc.  “Our customer continues to place high confidence in our system’s functional capabilities and they count on it for this project and their ongoing maintenance management needs.”           

For over 30 years, the CHAMPS CMMS/EAM solution has been used for work control, safety, permits, materials management and project tracking at the customer’s existing nuclear reactor site.  This system continues to provide condition reporting and work flow management today with plans to migrate to a new generation CHAMPS system in the near future.  Once the new reactors are completed, the nuclear utility will leverage CHAMPS on the new platform for all reactor maintenance and materials management.

About CHAMPS Software, Inc.

For more than three decades, CHAMPS Software, Inc. has been developing and delivering Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software solutions that enable enterprises of varying size, sophistication, and industry to optimize the life cycles of their capital assets.  CHAMPS CMMS/EAM continuously improves operations by incorporating industry best practices with the flexibility inherent in component based web architected solutions. Regardless of organizational size or geographical layout, CHAMPS CMMS/EAM is scalable to manage business processes for asset optimization across the enterprise.  Efficient acquisition, maintenance, repairs, replacement or salvaging of these critical assets result in operational excellence, leading to decreased cost and increased profits.  For more information, visit www.CHAMPSInc.com.

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