Named as Best IT Company in Denmark 2013, API Maintenance Systems continues the expansion of its global business, opening a new UK operation in Reading.
Online PR News – 09-September-2014 – API Maintenance Systems, leading supplier of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solutions, prides itself on being close to customers, wherever they are in the world, through the companys many subsidiaries and its network of carefully selected partners. CEO Michael Ries explains the recent decision to open a dedicated office in the UK:
Were really proud of our title of Best IT Company in Denmark 2013 and over the last 12 months it has really motivated us to keep growing our company and to continuously deliver the best, most flexible solutions for our clients. The market for computerised maintenance management systems is both growing and changing, and its a great time for us to show our commitment to our UK client base, and to attract new clients that are looking for a powerful technology solution from an EAM market leader.
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Recent research forecasts that the global EAM market will grow to $4.23 Billion in 2019, as factors such as asset tracking, global asset sustainability, and improving the return on assets (ROA) continue to be drivers for businesses of all sizes to adopt Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS). API is helping to meet the demand for flexible, easy to use technology designed to support international maintenance operations, and is welcoming new customers from all over the world in a wide range of industries from power, utilities, and processing, to logistics & distribution, and automotive, pharmaceutical, and food & beverage manufacturing.
Paul Gray, who has a decade of experience in the CMMS and Asset Management market, has been appointed Head of Sales in the UK:
Im delighted to have been chosen to head up this new operation. We have many important clients here in the UK that will benefit from the opening of our dedicated office. There are also lots of businesses in the UK that have the potential to significantly increase plant availability and Im looking forward to demonstrating how API PRO can support them in their efforts to improve maintenance effectiveness.
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