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July 21, 2009

Mapcon Technologies Releases New Version of CMMS Software

Mapcon Technologies, Inc. is proud to present the release of their CMMS Software, MAPCON Professional 5.1. MAPCON Pro 5.1 is packed full of new features designed to enhance your system and save you valuable time and resources.

Improved Calendar feature allows the user to view previous month, current month and next months schedule at a glance. A Spell Checker has been requested at our MAPCON Users Group and is available now! Improved Site features are sure to assist you in organizing Inventory and Purchasing in MAPCON. Run Reports on a scheduled basis and send the results by e-mail. Re-size MAPCON's data entry windows to be any size, large or small. Our improved lookups have enhanced searching capabilities. These are just a few of the many features added in 5.1.

Mapcon Technologies, Inc. has been providing "best of breed" CMMS Software for the past 25 years. Employee owned, MTI is proud to offer real people answering sales, support and customer service calls. For a complete listing contact your MAPCON Support Representative at 800.922.4336 or e-mail us today.


Chris Kane

About the Author – Chris Kane

Chris Kane is a management consultant and former business owner with broad experience in marketing and sales in service industries. He is also a former U.S. Army infantry officer and avid outdoorsman, including rock climbing and motorcycle riding.

Since 2008, Chris has been involved in web consultation for one of the original and most innovative Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) software development firms in the industry. He especially understands how best to articulate the purpose and uses of CMMS software for potential end users across the globe. Kane appreciates and smoothly details the compelling financial and customer satisfaction advantages of CMMS software as do few others in the maintenance management field.

Filed under: Mapcon Technologies, CMMS Software — Chris Kane on July 21, 2009