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MPulse CMMS is a leading Maintenance Management System for thousands of organizations in North America. Some of them include Industry & Manufacturing, Public Works & Utilities, Education, Hospitals & Health Care, Energy, Properties, Government, NGOs and others. Features include Work Order Management, Request Management, Scheduled Maintenance, Asset Management, Inventory Management and Preventive Maintenance.

The joint venture, named MPulse Software India (MSI), will be a division of InApp with offices in Trivandrum and Bangalore in India. MSI will also target the Asia-Pacific markets for the software after consolidating its sales and support infrastructure in India. MSI also has plans to open additional support centers in New Delhi and Mumbai.

At the onset, MSI will offer two products: MPulse CMMS / EAM System & the MPulse Work Management System. The MPulse CMMS/EAM System is a comprehensive enterprise asset management suite that integrates Maintenance Departments with all areas of an organization as few other solutions can, while the MPulse Work Management System includes features for managing work orders, inventory and record access.

Says Jayakrishnan MC, VP, Development, InApp, who is running MSI operations, “With MPulse CMMS, we hope to quickly establish MPulse as the market leader in the relatively unchartered CMMS Industry in India.”

Steve Brous, President/CEO of MPulse Maintenance Software, USA says: “With the launch of MPulse CMMS in India, we hope to establish our foothold in Indian markets. In the next Phase, we hope to increase the market spread to the Asia-Pacific region.”

About MPulse Software India

MPulse Software India (mpulsesoftware.in) is a division of InApp Information Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Technopark, Trivandrum, India, formed as a Joint Venture between InApp and MPulse Maintenance Software, Eugene, Oregon, USA. MPulse Software India brings to Asia, the leading Computerised Maintenance Management System from North America.

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