CitiTech Management Systems (CMS) released the latest version of its sector leading asset and maintenance management software suite. Version 8.5 contains many significant improvements and enhancements that improve the user experience and achieve even greater cost reductions in daily maintenance operations.
Some of the key improvements include:
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Within a few short weeks, CitiTech Systems will release the latest version of its enterprise asset & maintenance management software solution.
Asset management is a field that is constantly evolving. In the past 18 months alone, we have seen a broad array of new mandates that affect maintenance organizations, including PASB-3150 in Canada, MAP-21, sweeping changes to the approved MUTCD sign management methods, and constantly evolving FEMA reporting requirements.
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Auburn University and the University of Alabama have developed an impressive Lean Government program for cities and counties. Gulf Shores, Alabama used CMS software following the BP Deep Horizon oil spill to instill the ability to apply continuous improvement methods to minimize process waste and improve efficiency in the midst of reduced revenues. Read more to see how improved performance worked for Gulf Shores
CitiTech Systems will attend the 98th annual conference of the International City/County Management Association at the Phoenix Convention Center.
The ICMA is a professional organization for executive city and county managers that provides credentialing, education and networking opportunities for its members. CitiTech will showcase CitiSmart, our performance-based maintenance management software suite designed help you meet the challenges of 21st century asset management. ISO 55000, the international standard for asset management, will be published soon, and may well be the basis for future mandates that will impact your community. Will you be ready? Stop by booth #700 in the exhibit hall to learn more.
Hi! Have you seen our new website? We want to know what YOU think!
Speaking of new things, we’re trying something new with YOU, our users…
Improved FEMA Functionality!
We already capture the information FEMA needs to reimburse you. Now, we just do it better than ever!
Version 8.5! Like the name implies, it’s Version 8… but an UPGRADE – and you don’t have to install a thing…
New Guru! He's part ours, part South Dakota School of Mines & Technology’s…
The Storm Within The Storm
Downed trees and power lines, damaged or destroyed homes and businesses, and flooded sewer systems are the obvious visible signs of a major FEMA event. But the real damage, the “storm within the storm”, is …
Government organizations are often sleepy, uncompromising bureaucracies that are slow to change. They can fall into doing things “the way we always have” even when it becomes quite clear that doing things the same old way is no longer working…
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Note from the Editor
In our fourth quarter 2011 newsletter, we proudly present MORE features and functionality available in Version 8. We tell you “What’s New”, and what’s “Coming Soon”! Guru’s Corner features our new Operations Manager. We also have a new section called “Frequently Asked Questions”. AND, we spotlight another of our awesome users!
Most users have now converted to Version 8. Version 7 will NOT be supported forever, so if you are still using Version 7, give us a call; we can provide information on conversion and/or a preview of Version 8.
Please continue to let us know what YOU think of our newsletter, and to suggest articles, give us feedback on your/our software, or volunteer for our User Spotlight!
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