ManagerPlus participated in the 2013 Operations Forum held by the Institute of Scrap Recycling Inc. (ISRI) in Long Beach, California this week. The conference is tailored for industry professionals who are responsible for the "safe and efficient operation of scrap recycling facilities."
Greg Dibble, who is the director of the partner/reseller sales channel at ManagerPlus, was invited to give a presentation on how CMMS software can help maximize the safety and efficiency of scrap recycling facilities by increasing uptime, generating cost savings, ensuring regulatory compliance, standardizing maintenance routines, and more.
With over 20 years of experience in the training and implementation of maintenance management software, ManagerPlus is in a unique position to provide key insights into ways that companies can improve their processes and enhance worker safety, making them a perfect fit for ISRI's conference and overall mission.
The ISRI Operations Forum bills itself as a "mini-convention" where attendees can create their own educational program. The organizers have created recommended tracks that attendees can follow in order to learn specific subjects. A "Certificate of Completion" certificate is awarded to attendees who attend all of the mandated sessions.
ManagerPlus was honored to participate in the conference and hopes that all scrap recycling professionals who attend walk away with valuable knowledge on how to make their facilities safer and more efficient.
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