Fall Trade Shows for Wizard Software

Wizard Software will be attending two shows in October, the IFMA World Workplace show and CMAA.

Construction Management Association of America is a relatively new addition to the schedule but it’s been a valuable show, especially in terms of networking.

Wizard Software has been attending IFMA’s (International Facility Management Association) for several years. This year, IFMA is being held in Denver, Colorado. The Construction Management Association show is being held in Orlando, Florida.

Wizard Software attends between 5 and 7 trade shows each year in the spring and fall.

Come see us at APPA

We will be exhibiting at the APPA 2010 Conference & Exposition in Boston’s Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center on July 14th and 15th. APPA is the premiere association for educational facilities professionals, dedicated to maintaining, protecting and promoting the quality of educational facilities. APPA represents more than 1,500 learning institutions serving over 4,700 individuals.

Please stop by our booth, #330, for a personal tour of the latest versions of Workorderama™, Projecto™, REportfolio™ and Dibs™.

See us at NFM&T and ASHE

We will be exhibiting at the NFM&T Expo March 16–18 in Baltimore and at the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) 2010 Summit & Exhibition on Health Facility Planning, Design and Construction (PDC) March 14–17 in San Diego.

Please stop by our booths to see the latest enhancements to Workorderama™, Projecto™ and REportfolio™ and two new products, Workorderama PW™ for public works departments and Dibs™, a room scheduling system.

Workorderama for Public Works

Workorderama-PW™ is the newest addition to our award-winning family of asset and work order management systems. It is specifically designed for the unique needs of Public Works departments with special features to manage electric, water, wastewater, forestry and sign assets.

Workorderama PM mapping

Workorderama-PW lets you use your digital asset data without learning how to use GIS software. A simple map interface lets you pick work areas or individual network assets and add them directly to work orders. Or, you can use the map window to see completed work. Switch between easy-to-read street maps or aerial photos provided by Microsoft® Bing™ Maps. That means there’s no need for a real time connection to your GIS system.

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