Pittsburgh, PA- Four Rivers Software Systems , a leading provider of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) for the healthcare industry, announces TMS OnSite Professional, a CMMS you can personalize.

This new product offering is a CMMS application that can be personalized to your organization’s business needs and business problems. Users can create their own screen layouts or designs allowing them to create a personalized CMMS for their organization. Screen designs can be created from the ground up or users can select from a portfolio of options. With over 18 ways that TMS OnSite Professional can be personalized, users have complete control over the application.

“We are excited about the launch of this new product,” says Henry Wilde, CEO of Four Rivers Software Systems. “TMS OnSite Professional is paving the way for a new standard in CMMS systems, personalization. The traditional static systems no longer handle the ever changing needs of the healthcare organization.”

As with other TMS applications, the TMS Reporting Module is a key feature. Our reporting module allows organizations to proactively manage their facilities and biomed departments while also providing reports to outside regulatory agencies. Both applications will be supported by the same Technical Support specialists that have supported your TMS applications for years.

For more information on TMS OnSite Professional, please visit our website at www.frsoft.com

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