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MEX Maintenance Software Celebrates 25th Anniversary

MEX celebrates 25 years providing an effective Maintenance Management software to the world. Since the inception of MEX, the company has grown from strength to strength, now catering for over 12,000 users and 2,000 companies worldwide.

BRISBANE, Australia, Sept. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- This year, MEX Maintenance Software celebrates 25 years in the Maintenance Management industry. Since its establishment in 1993 by Founder/MD, Stephen Ninnes, MEX has grown to become Australia's #1 Computerised Maintenance Management System and a leading provider of Maintenance Software.

Since the inception of MEX, the company has grown from strength to strength, where the original team of 2 has expanded to include 25 full time staff. We have gone from a system written in Magic, then onto Microsoft Access, SQL and .Net to the HTML 5 and JavaScript based system that is now accessible on more devices than ever before.

We have accomplished a lot during our first 25 years and have created a very powerful software package which has helped an immense number of customers over the years. With over 25 years of experience, MEX now caters for over 12,000 users worldwide with the system being used in almost half the countries in the world.

To celebrate this important milestone, the MEX team had a 25th Anniversary Party at the Jack Rabbits Whisky Bar last month. The 25 Year festivity not only celebrated the special occasion but was a pat on the back to the MEX staff for their continual dedication and commitment to the company.

Moving forward, our focus will remain on offering a system that is affordable, user-friendly and will continue to provide a full and eff­ective customer support service to back it up. The MEX Team are very excited to see what the future has install and look forward to the decades to come.

MEX 25 Year Anniversary

 

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