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CWorks Systems Launches Webshare, Signature Reporting of Preventive Maintenance Data From Multiple Sites via the Web

CWorks Systems Launches Webshare, Signature Reporting of Preventive Maintenance Data From Multiple Sites via the Web

WILLIAMSVILLE, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 01/24/07 -- CWorks Systems, Inc., announced today the launch of Webshare, an add-on software service that provides breakthrough user experience for facilities managers. This product, used in conjunction with CWorks' cost effective non-web CMMS software editions, enables facilities managers to seamlessly view 'custom-like' reports via the web after maintenance work order data is uploaded from multiple sites. This new tool brings clarity to information generated by CWorks CMMS, streamlines data, and allows managers to navigate effortlessly between data from multiple sites.

"Webshare allows CWorks' clients to upload maintenance work order data through a web interface -- data that has been input into the CWorks CMMS. From there, this data is manipulated into an executive dashboard. Any facilities tradesman using Webshare can easily view the data of multiple sites from one location, thereby, giving him the total picture," explains CWorks' CEO Abdul Rani. He adds, "People buy CMMS to get reports. Thus, CWorks offers free or inexpensive non-web CMMS but provides them with Webshare to have customized views of their work data over the web. Customers now receive the privacy and simplicity of desktop computing combined with the distributive power of Internet-based reporting allowing them to get the information they need anywhere the Internet is available."

Since 2001, CWorks has been designing, developing, and providing training of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) for facilities managers of small to midsize corporations throughout the world. "At that time, we established CMMS software dedicated to effectively managing and maintaining assets, equipment, facilities or properties at a reasonable cost, thus ensuring a rapid ROI. That commitment to both free and reasonably priced CMMS software and services continues today," says Abdul Rani. CWorks expects its release of Webshare will continue to fuel the company's growth.

One of Webshare's main offerings is that data generated from multiple sites can be viewed simultaneously over the Internet, thus helping supervisors of widely distributed small and midsize facilities manage their offsite maintenance operations more effectively without high IT and Internet costs. Specific features include the ability to access information on the Web and view summary of data, analysis of work details, cost history, and calendaring of events for each facility. A demo of Webshare is now available at www.cworks.com.my.

About CWorks

CWorks Systems, Inc., a company specializing in CMMS, is managed in Malaysia and the United States by a group of maintenance and information technology practitioners who between them have more than 60 years combined experience in maintenance and IT from both local and multinational organizations in many countries. In addition to their experience in maintenance and IT, the CWorks team's expertise includes a huge base of implementation experience, as they have implemented CMMS at a variety of sites internationally that include LANs, WANs, and call centers environments.

The combined know-how of the CWorks team enables CWorks Systems to produce a CMMS product that is truly fit for purpose as it is produced by practitioners for practitioners. CWorks is the sensible approach to maintenance management not only for its affordability but because it is designed and implemented by experienced practitioners who understand the costs associated with asset maintenance, operational effectiveness, and the need for continuous improvement.

CWorks' main activities are the design, development, production and support of CWorks Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). Following successful sales in North America, CWorks in 2005 formed a joint venture company in the USA to ensure optimal customer service and sales support for its North American clients. CWorks Systems, Inc., formed in August, 2001, is a Multimedia Super corridor (MSC) status company and is listed on the Malaysian Bourse MESDAQ board (CWorks:0079).

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