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New Web-Based Fleet Service Debuts Called EZ Maintenance Web

June 13, 2006

VALENCIA, CA – Link It Software Corporation has launched a new Web-based service, EZ Maintenance Web, that enables users to track and schedule preventative maintenance and control inventory for any amount and type of equipment or vehicles. EZ Maintenance Web’s features are accessible from anywhere in the world by any authorized user with an Internet connection. EZ Maintenance Web includes all of the features of Link It Software’s Windows-based EZ Maintenance Network software, with additional features made possible by its Web-based architecture. EZ Maintenance Web is fully scalable to support the maintenance needs of large multi-location companies with hundreds of employees, as well as smaller firms with just a few pieces of equipment or vehicles to manage. The following are some of EZ Maintenance Web’s key features: · Online maintenance and tracking: Schedule regular and recurring preventive maintenance, as well as emergency maintenance, for any number of vehicles or pieces of equipment. Users can view and maintain their maintenance efforts in real-time from anywhere in the world. · Online work orders: Customers, field employees, outside vendors, or tenants can submit maintenance requests and check work status online. · Email alerts: Automatically send an alert to designated employees or vendors when work orders are created. · Link to QuickBooks: Automatic real-time data transfer of customer and job information, eliminating double data entry. EZ Maintenance Web’s pricing model is based on the customer’s needs, with online maintenance accounts starting as low as $50 per month. For a full list of features, go to
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