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MMI to Sponsor Technology Services World 2014 Best Practices Conference

MMI announced today that it will participate as a key sponsor in the upcoming Technology Services World (TSW) 2014 Best Practices Conference, hosted by the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA). The TSW Conference will take place May 5 – 7 at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara.

“Being a sponsor at the Technology Services World 2014 Conference and working with TSIA makes good business sense. The focus on best practices is the essence of the value MMI brings to its clients. MMI helps clients maximize service contract and equipment replacement revenues, and ensures end-user organizations maintain uninterrupted maintenance and support coverage,” said Tina Lux-Boim, MMI CEO and President. MMI offers ONEview, a SaaS application, and consulting services that help businesses simplify and streamline the entire process of managing IT assets, warranties, and service contracts.

Ms. Lux-Boim will speak at the Services Executive Dinner at the Tech Museum of Innovation on Monday, May 5th. This Dinner is the premier executive networking activity at TSIA events and provides a unique opportunity to renew acquaintances and establish valuable new contacts with service industry peers.

“The conference theme for TSW 2014 Best Practices is ‘Extreme Efficiency,’” said John Ragsdale, Vice President of Technology and Social Research for TSIA. “In the spirit of this theme, we are honored to have MMI, a recognized market leader, participate in TSW via this strategic sponsorship. Our TSW audience has come to know MMI as being on the leading edge, and we look forward to sharing the TSW experience with our conference attendees.”

About Managed Maintenance, Inc.: Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, MMI solutions enable technology manufacturers (OEMs), their channel partners, distributors, and service providers to maximize service contract and equipment replacement revenues, and help end-user organizations ensure uninterrupted maintenance and support coverage. MMI offers ONEview, a SaaS application that helps businesses simplify and streamline the entire process of managing IT assets, warranties, and service contracts. Learn more at www.managedmaint.com; follow us on Twitter @ManagedMaint; link to us on LinkedIn; or like us on Facebook. Visit MMI during the TSW 2014 Best Practices at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Booth #24.

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