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San Ramon, CA, United States, 2012/08/06 - Sunflower Systems®, the leader in enterprise asset management software and solutions announces that Judy Windle and Joseph Peruzzi were published in NPMA’s The Property Professional Magazine - SunflowerSystems.com.
NPMA is the leading membership association for personal property and fixed-asset professionals. The article titled,“Property Managers: What’s Your Story” recognizes that,“Property is everywhere, and it’s imperative to all organizations, regardless of mission, that it is effectively tracked and managed.”
Insights from the following prominent asset management professionals were captured describing how they chose the asset management industry as well as what types of assets they manage and track.
• Susan Avery, CPPM, Accountable Property Officer, Smithsonian Institution;
• Steven F. Holland, CPPM, Senior Property Manager, Booz Allen Hamilton;
• William Garrett, CPPS, Chief Personal Property and Transportation Management Division, U.S. Department of Commerce.
Both Windle and Peruzzi are members of NPMA’s Federal Center Chapter.
About Sunflower Systems
Sunflower Systems (sunflowersystems.com) is an enterprise asset management solutions company specializing in the deployment of software tools and business processes to simplify asset management tasks. Sunflower’s portfolio of solutions enables organizations to improve decision-making, accountability and regulatory compliance for all types of assets including personal property, real property, IT assets, materials, vehicles and more. Sunflower Systems offers a wide range of services including software implementation, training, consulting and operational support. Sunflower Systems has been serving the property management needs of federal government agencies, universities, government contractors and national laboratories since 1997. The company has offices in San Ramon, California and Arlington, Virginia.
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