We are excited for our new website launch, and believe that it will be a great asset to ManagerPlus,” said Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Grant Christensen. “We believe that this new site will allow our visitors to have very informative experience and we will continue to build upon it as we grow our company and increase our product offerings.”

As the market for Computerize Maintenance Management Software grows (CMMS), ManagerPlus grows their product line and features and functionality with it and the aim of the site is to allow visitors to gain a comprehensive understanding of CMMS and provide an industry leading resource for information regarding maintenance management. Viewers can learn about the main features of ManagerPlus with a short introductory video to help become acquainted with ManagerPlus, its functionality, and ease of use as well as stay up-to-date with the latest news and product releases.

“The re-launch of our website is reflective of the direction we are heading as a company”, Christensen said.

About ManagerPlus
Qqest Asset Management Services, LLC. is a leading provider of maintenance management software for asset intensive industries. ManagerPlus was established in 1992 and has a current customer count of over 7,500 clients internationally and domestically. Headquartered Salt Lake City Utah, ManagerPlus and provides an easy-to-use asset management software system that helps companies increase their return on investments while decreasing costs of operation. ManagerPlus links your asset management, computerized maintenance management software, inventory maintenance program and purchasing functions together for quick and easy viewing and decision-making. The Company can be found on the Web at http://www.managerplus.com.

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