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MEX listened to their users and enhanced their offerings

10 May 16

Maintenance Experts recently announced the worldwide release of the all new version of their Comprehensive Maintenance Management System.

The main feature? It is now entirely browser-based.

MEX V15, the new version, is the latest in software development and innovation with a fleet of improvements and enhancements that have all been vigorously tried and tested.

“The overall aim of MEX V15 was to provide our customers with easy access to their MEX System by providing a cross platform product through the transfer of MEX to HTML 5,” says Matthew Calcutt, head of research and development at MEX. “MEX V15 has been years in the making, we’ve tried and testing every nook and cranny of the program and we are confident in its ability to effectively meet the demands of practical maintenance management in the workplace.”

The new version is available on a whole host of computers, devices and operating systems - from Windows to Mac, Google Chrome to Internet Explorer and across Android tablets and iPads.

The software also comes with the addition of electronic permits, email notifications through a cloud server and a brand new in-built report designer.

What’s more, core modules have been enhanced with the Preventative Maintenance scheduler getting a complete makeover, now using a new calendar and layout. The need for MEX utilities has been eliminated with the enhancements to the import and export features, effectively rolling the functionality into MEX.

Something that MEX administrators often requested in the past was for the ability to integrate their Active Directory user’s structure and security right into the MEX system – MEX listened, and this feature has now been launched with MEX V15.

The new version is now available for trial on the MEX Maintenance Software website.

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