Toronto, Canada—August 3, 2016—Q2 saw Maintenance Assistant Inc cement its position as the leading provider of cloud-based maintenance and asset management software, with the company doubling in size in the past six months and increasing revenue by nearly 30% over Q1.
With expanded sales and marketing teams in place—the result of funding secured in a Series A round led by BuildGroup earlier this year—Maintenance Assistant is poised to tackle the enterprise sphere with its world-class multi-tenant cloud solution that addresses the challenges of the enterprise market.
“Our goal is, and has always been, sustainable growth. Business is up substantially over the same half last year, which speaks volumes to the demand for our intuitive, cloud-based solution across the industry,” says Marc Castel, CEO of Maintenance Assistant.
The company has been recognized as an innovator and disruptor in a market traditionally dominated by complex, on-premises solutions. Maintenance Assistant’s flexible, inexpensive software has been widely adopted by customers whose needs are not being adequately met by existing solutions.
Building on unprecedented growth of its customer base in the first half of this year, Maintenance Assistant is putting additional R&D dollars towards growing its product management team, to continue building out solutions for enterprise customers.
With the new team in place, the company is poised to set a new benchmark for quality, usability, and user experience in the enterprise asset management market.
“We’re in this great place where we’re able to provide a best-in-class service to our existing customers and also explore gaps in the industry where we can disrupt and bring a better way of working to enterprise customers,” says Castel.
About Maintenance Assistant
Maintenance Assistant provides cloud-based maintenance and asset management software to thousands of customers around the world. Incorporated in 2008 and headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Maintenance Assistant’s products are used by organizations of all sizes to properly handle corrective, preventative and condition-based maintenance for equipment and assets. Learn more at www.maintenanceassistant.com.