Sunflower Systems®, the leader in enterprise asset management software and solutions announces a large U.S. Federal Agency has extended Sunflower's professional asset management services contract.
October 4, 2012 (Newswire) - Since 2007, this 4,400 member federal agency with a $68B budget has relied on Sunflower Assets®, Sunflower MobileTrak and Sunflower professional services to improve physical inventory accuracy and reduce the costs associated with their asset management operations. Through the teamwork of agency property managers and Sunflower Systems functional experts, this agency is now able to annually account for 98-100% of their assets since retaining Sunflower five years ago. Based on their success, this federal agency has reached an agreement to extend Sunflower's professional asset management services contract another year.
Sunflowers' proven technology is used by more than 25 publicly-traded companies and government contractors, more than 55 Federal Government Civilian Agencies, six DOE National Laboratories and many major Universities."
About Sunflower Systems
Sunflower Systems is an enterprise asset management solutions company specializing in the deployment of software tools and business processes to simplify asset management tasks. Sunflower's portfolio of solutions enables organizations to improve decision-making, accountability and regulatory compliance for all types of assets including personal property, real property, IT assets, materials, vehicles and more. Sunflower Systems offers a wide range of services including software implementation, training, consulting and operational support. Sunflower Systems has been serving the property management needs of federal government agencies, universities, government contractors and national laboratories since 1997. The company has offices in San Ramon, California and Arlington, Virginia. For more information, please call 866-209-3516 or visit our website at www.sunflowersystems.com.
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