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Marlton, NJ—August 31, 2009—eMaint Enterprises, a leader in on-demand computerized maintenance management solutions (CMMS), is pleased to announce the launch of its new web site at http://br.emaint.com to better serve its growing customer base in Brazil.

The new localized web site, fully translated into Portuguese, delivers valuable content about eMaint’s CMMS products and services while providing a portal for customers to log into their localized eMaint X3 account. A Software-as-a-Service solution, eMaint X3 is a powerful CMMS that enables organizations to manage and control maintenance and repair operations for greater productivity and profitability.

“eMaint has been offering a localized version of its application to Brazilian customers since 2006,” said Brian Samelson, president and founder of eMaint Enterprises, adding, “The new website is a natural extension of our commitment to our customers.”

eMaint’s client base in Brazil includes such prominent organizations as Hospital das Clínicas da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo, Kidde Brasil Ltda., and Borlem Aluminio S.A. among others. To support its Brazilian customer base, eMaint has full-time native representatives as well as technical support staff who are fluent in Portuguese as well as Spanish and English.

Sergio Plaut, responsible for eMaint’s market development in Brazil, noted, “We have received positive feedback on the web site from new and existing customers as well as individuals expressing interest in representing eMaint in the local market.”

The new website can also be viewed from eMaint’s main web site at http://www.emaint.com by clicking the Brazilian flag located in the top right corner of the site.

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