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eWorkOrders Named In Capterra's Top 20 Asset Tracking List

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WHITEHOUSE, N.J. - eTradeWire -- eWorkOrders, a leader in asset tracking and computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) solutions for companies of all sizes, announces their inclusion in Capterra's Top Asset Tracking Software list.  This recognition affirms eWorkOrders commitment in providing CMMS asset management tracking tools that help businesses needing a simple, secure platform to track and manage their assets.

"Our continued recognition by the Capterra community is a testament to the exceptional work of our team," said Jeff Roscher, President and Owner of eWorkOrders (Information Professionals, Inc.). "Our commitment is to continue to develop and deliver outstanding Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) solutions to meet our customer's needs.  I want to personally thank our customers for their loyalty and taking their time to provide us with such outstanding reviews."

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Capterra Top 20 Top 20 Most Popular Asset Tracking Software is an independent assessment that evaluates user reviews and online search activity to generate a list of market leaders in the asset tracking space that offers the most popular solutions. The Top 20 Asset Tracking report is available at https://www.capterra.com/asset-tracking-software/#top-20/

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