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Eagle Technology Inc. Announces New Manufacturing Website

Feb 25 2014, 2:08am CST | by

Eagle Technology announces the release of a new website to serve the needs of manufacturers looking for a Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) Solution.

Mequon, WI, February 25, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Eagle Technology, Inc. is excited to announce the launch of a new website: www.eaglecmmsmanufacturing.com. This new website is dedicated to serving the...

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Eagle Technology Inc. Announces New Manufacturing Website

Feb 25 2014, 2:08am CST | by

Eagle Technology announces the release of a new website to serve the needs of manufacturers looking for a Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) Solution.

Mequon, WI, February 25, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Eagle Technology, Inc. is excited to announce the launch of a new website: www.eaglecmmsmanufacturing.com. This new website is dedicated to serving the manufacturing industry and meeting the needs of our industrial clients.

Eagle Technology has dominated the manufacturing industry since its inception almost 30 years ago, and its Proteus CMMS software is used successfully by several hundred multi-national manufacturing companies in the US, China, Mexico, and Europe. This website will act as a reference for current manufacturing related articles, product information and industry news.

“Eagle has made an effort to enhance our online presence and the new manufacturing website is a step towards achieving that goal. Manufacturers are at the heart of our business and we want to make sure that we provide them with up-to-date industry information.” –Harshad Shah, CEO and President

Eagle’s Proteus CMMS software suits manufacturing plants as an affordable, cost effective work order management solution, and can be installed in-house or used as a cloud-based SaaS platform. It helps to optimize operational efficiency, meet ISO 9000 criteria, lower costs, decrease downtime and increase productivity. It also provides manufacturing plants with an easy way to track and manage all of the data associated with their numerous machines, locations and inventory.
About Eagle Technology, Inc.

Founded in 1986 by Harshad Shah, Eagle Technology, Inc. is a leading developer of computerized maintenance management solutions (CMMS) and enterprise asset management (EAM) for the worldwide facility market. Eagle Technology, Inc.’s software increases efficiency and sustainability in any size organization by helping facility maintenance operations run smoothly and comfortably with minimum downtime and increased energy savings. Find us at www.eaglecmmsmanufacturing.com or www.eaglecmms.com.

Contact Information:
Eagle Technology, Inc.
Harry Kohal
+1.262.241.3845
Contact via Email
www.EagleCMMS.com

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