Synergen Series Wins 2003 MRO Product of the Year

January 31, 2003

Synergen, Inc. (www.synergen.com) a provider of Web-architected Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Computerized Maintenance Management (CMMS) solutions has been awarded Plant Services magazine's Gold 2003 MRO Product of the Year–the only EAM/CMMS vendor to be recognized with this prestigious industry award. Among the more than 70 finalists that competed for this honor, Synergen finished well ahead of competitors such as Indus International, MRO and Invensys.

ARC Advisory Group Research Director Houghton LeRoy commented that "Synergen works very closely with their customers to understand important issues and provide timely solutions for emerging requirements. The right solutions at the right time help to position The Synergen Series as an award winning choice."

Synergen's Web-architected EAM/CMMS software suite, The Synergen Series(tm), addresses all aspects of MRO including: collaborative work management, asset reliability and maintenance; inventory control, purchasing, and contract management; operational accounting; reporting and analysis; project tracking; safety and regulatory compliance; and document control. Supported by the latest in Internet technology, users need only a standard Web browser to rapidly install, deploy and access Synergen solutions across the enterprise.

Putman Media's group publisher, Larry Howe, will officially present this honor to Richard MacDonald, Synergen's president and CEO, at the National Manufacturing Week Plant Engineering Show in Chicago, IL, March 3, 2003. Mr. MacDonald commented, "Synergen is honored to be acknowledged with this significant industry recognition for the second year in a row. This distinction, along with some recent key customer wins, is evidence of Synergen's continued momentum and growth despite uncertain economic times. Thank you to Plant Services readers, Synergen's user and partner community and industry analysts who cast their votes for the proven and innovative Synergen Series."

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Synergen, Inc.

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