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August 10, 2016 (Marlton, NJ) – eMaint Enterprises, the leader in Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS), announces that it is expanding the 2016 Xcelerate Local tour, continuing to visit major cities to offer training and showcase the newest software features and product updates.

Based on the popularity of the company’s winter Xcelerate Local events, eMaint is expanding the 2016 tour to include Los Angeles (August 16), Toronto (September 13), Chicago (October 4) and Bonita Springs (November 3).

Xcelerate Local is a one-day user and training conference featuring eMaint’s most popular training sessions and latest features, presentations on maintenance and reliability best practices, and a customer panel where eMaint CMMS power users will showcase their eMaint CMMS usage. Attendees will also have the opportunity to network with eMaint users in their area, and connect with eMaint product experts face-to-face.

“The overwhelming success of eMaint’s winter Xcelerate Local events gave us a chance to connect face to face with our clients, and talk about their needs and goals,” said Chief Customer Officer Jennifer Einhorn. “Organizations run lean, and eMaint wants to accommodate those who cannot spend much time out of the office. Xcelerate Local offers a different opportunity than our other training options because it is a one day commitment, in the cities where our customers live and work.”

Those who are not yet eMaint customers are also invited to attend eMaint’s Xcelerate Local events to learn more about how a CMMS solution can help solve maintenance challenges, gain maintenance and reliability best practices, and connect with industry peers.

To learn more about eMaint and Xcelerate Local, visit www.emaint.com/xceleratelocal or call (239) 494-8928.

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