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Fluke adds asset management specialist to its portfolio

29 September, 2016

The test tool giant Fluke has acquired US-based eMaint Enterprises, which specialises in computerised maintenance management software (CMMS). The terms of the deal have not been released.

eMaint’s software platform helps organisations to manage, monitor and control their maintenance operations, resources, equipment and compliance. It is used by more than 50,000 maintenance personnel in 55 countries, in markets including food processing, healthcare and manufacturing. The company’s Web-based, Software as a Service (SaaS) tools can be accessed via PCs, smartphones, tablets, and other browser-based devices.

eMaint employs more than 80 people at two locations in the US (Florida and New Jersey) and one in Ireland (Dublin).

Fluke says that combining its own tools, software and data expertise, with eMaint’s SaaS offering, represents “a critical convergence of maintenance solutions” to ensure uptime and maximise return-on-assets.

eMaint's software services include condition monitoring

“eMaint brings not only world-class software development, but the sales and customer support to help maintenance professionals succeed,” says Fluke president, Wes Pringle. “Their leadership in maintenance management software, combined with Fluke’s brand strength and expertise, will drive new generations of connected technologies with ground-breaking levels of support for our customers.”

“Both eMaint and Fluke have unequalled passion for providing the best solutions to our customers,” adds eMaint’s CEO and president, Brian Samelson. “The synergy between the companies unlocks tremendous potential. Our customers will be able to combine the forces of eMaint’s powerful cloud-based CMMS with Fluke’s world-renowned test tools and sensors, revolutionising the maintenance and reliability experience for a new age of connected people, devices and systems.”

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