AssetOptics to Exhibit at Washington, D.C. Salesforce World Tour April 28, 2016

Atlanta, GA, April 27, 2016–AssetOptics, a leader in cloud-based CMMS/EAM solutions, will be an exhibitor at the Washington, D.C. stop for the Salesforce World Tour scheduled April 28, 2016 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. At the AssetOptics display, Booth Number 137, the company will present its industry-leading, native CMMS/EAM solution, which was recently updated to Version 2.9. Visitors to the booth will have the opportunity to register for an Amazon Echo, the highly-rated, wireless smart home device that CNET said is “the closest thing we’ll have to a Star Trek computer at home.”

Booth visitors will also be invited to view a live demo of the AssetOptics solution, with representatives showcasing its many integrations and special features, including end-to-end work order management, preventive maintenance scheduling, MRO inventory management and MRO purchasing.

The D.C. Salesforce World Tour event is one of 12 that are scheduled around the globe. It will feature industry- and technology-specific break-out sessions highlighting emerging technologies, presentations from recognized thought leaders, new product announcements, a networking lunch and a Customer Success Expo.

“AssetOptics has been hard at work in the past year, developing new features and incorporating customizations requested by our customers,” said AssetOptics Founder Mike Edwards. “The Salesforce World Tour affords us the perfect opportunity to share these developments, and I look forward to speaking with attendees personally and answering questions about them.”

About AssetOptics
AssetOptics is a privately held company with deep domain expertise in enterprise asset management. AssetOptics Facilities, Equipment and Fleet Maintenance for Salesforce is a native application, benefiting from the reliability, scalability and performance of’s trusted enterprise cloud computing platform. For more information, visit


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