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Thursday, February 19, 2009 10:03AM IST (4:33AM GMT)
CWorks Pushes Mobility through the Launch of its Web-Based CareWorks with Free Netbook Offer
Mobility in Facility Management Emphasized through Promotion of CareWorks CMMS
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

CWorks (MESDAQ CWorks:0079) announced that it is pushing mobility in facility management by giving new subscribers of its web-based CareWorks CMMS (computerized maintenance management system) a free, new wifi ready Lenovo S10 Netbook PC. This free Netbook PC will be given on a first come, first serve basis while supplies last and is available to any new one-year subscriber of its CareWorks CMMS. CareWorks, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) option for facility managers, provides economical and efficient facility management software for those companies that seek a completely hosted and managed solution. The mobile CareWorks is particularly suitable for hotels, plants, schools, hospitals, and other facilities that often maintain multiple sites without sufficient IT budget and personnel.

As explained by CEO Abdul Rani Achmed, offering a free computer to new subscribers of its web-based CMMS met two objectives. "First, we wanted to develop a facility management tool that allows facility managers to concentrate on facility management, not IT," said Mr. Achmed. "CareWorks accomplishes this goal by providing a web-based facility maintenance solution with full customer support thus freeing up a facility manager's time and eliminating the need to hire any IT staff. Secondly, we wanted to help managers go mobile. What better way to assist facility managers in achieving mobility than by giving them a laptop PC to operate their facilities."

CareWorks CMMS helps companies automate their facility management functions and maintain critical equipment without the need for additional IT personnel or support. Delivering enterprise-proven functionality with minimal initial investment and a predictable low monthly fee, CareWorks provides reports and executive spreadsheets that allow managers to successfully manage their facility and assets. Through CareWorks, all CMMS/EAM analysis information for the entire organization can be stored together in a single centralized database, thus, providing coordination of a facility's purchasing function. At this time, CWorks is offering a one year's subscription to CareWorks for $720 USD.

CWorks Systems is an award winning, publicly listed, global leader of maintenance management solutions with half a million users in over 100 countries. For more information about CWorks and CareWorks, visit

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