DPSI, a leading developer of Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) and Enterprise Asset Management Software (EAM), is pleased to announce that we have a new website, available at http://www.dpsi.com.

According to Carol Owens, President, “Our new site highlights DPSI’s mobile and cloud-based offerings, as well as our expertise in the manufacturing, facilities and fleet markets.  We also offer improved navigation, in-depth information on our products and easy-to-find downloads, all wrapped in a more contemporary design.  We have streamlined the information gathering process for visitors, even as we provide them access to more information about DPSI, our products and markets.”

Other new features allow site visitors to follow us on Twitter,  facebook and LinkedIn, as well as a blog, to stay in contact with the company and its products.

To learn more information about DPSI, contact us at 1-877-304-0431 or visit http://www.dpsi.com.

About DPSI

Since 1986, DPSI has provided maintenance management solutions to more than 6,000 customers in diverse sectors such as manufacturing,  production, facilities, fleets and utilities. The company focuses solely on Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) solutions. DPSI’s family of products include:
iMaint,  iMaint Online and iMaint Fleet: Enterprise EAM solutions that can be tailored to specific needs. Options include integration with other software, handheld computer software, web browser interface, online work and purchase requests, barcoding, and more.

PMC:  A CMMS solution for single computers and small networks. PMC is one of the most popular maintenance management systems in the world. Options include barcoding and remote work requests.

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