Four Rivers Software Launches the Learning Center

Four Rivers Software Launches the Learning Center

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PITTSBURGH, Sept. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Four Rivers Software Systems, Inc., the leading computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) and computer-aided facility management (CAFM) provider for the healthcare industry launched its new Learning Center as a part of its Customer Care Center.

The Learning Center allows customers to experience online, self-paced training from any computer with internet access.  Users can enjoy flexibility and convenience while watching on-demand courses as often as they like, participate in hands-on training, and assess their skills and knowledge of TMS topics.  “Four Rivers Software continues to listen to the needs of our customers which is why we have developed a Learning Management System that can be used during off-peak hours, is interactive and delivers effective training affordably,” said Amity Norton, Manager of Project Management.

The Learning Center is best used to introduce new employees to basic TMS features and functionality or as a refresher on topics for experienced users.  Available as course credits, customers can purchase as many credits as necessary for their organization.

About Four Rivers Software Systems, an Accruent Company

Four Rivers Software Systems, Inc. is focused on delivering comprehensive maintenance management software (EAM/CMMS) and computer-aided facilities management (CAFM) solutions to the healthcare industry. Serving more than 1,800 healthcare organizations, Four Rivers Software provides powerful tools to increase productivity and profitability. The Four Rivers Software product family includes: TMS OnSite & TMS OnLine, TMS CAFM, a full suite of Mobile Solutions and a number of optional solutions to help your organization become more productive.

Four Rivers Media Contact:
Lynn O’Donnell, Director of Marketing
[email protected]
412-436-2309

SOURCE Four Rivers Software Systems, Inc.

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