eMaint Hires New eLearning Manager, Taking ‘eMaint University’ Online Learning Portal to the Next Level

May 6, 2013 (Marlton, NJ) – eMaint Enterprises’ segment-leading online learning portal, “eMaint University”, is about to become more interactive with the addition of Tim Wilson as Senior Manager of eLearning. eMaint University is the online learning platform for X3, eMaint’s Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). Wilson will leverage his more than 13 years of experience in eLearning and professional development to further drive the enhancement of eMaint University, which will allow eMaint to maintain their position as a leader in providing online learning to their X3 user base.
“Research demonstrates that learning accelerates when users interact with content,” says Jon Hollander, Executive Vice President of Operations for eMaint, adding that interactive content also enables better measurement by supervisors of participants’ progress. “Tim’s skillset and extensive experience will allow us to extend those benefits to our customers — not only when they first implement X3, but also as an ongoing resource for improvement.”
Wilson comes to eMaint from ARAMARK, a global provider of food service, facilities management and professional apparel. As a Learning Services Program Manager for ARAMARK’s food safety and production division, Wilson assisted both domestic and international units, consulting with executives at all levels — including business unit presidents, human resource directors and line managers. Prior to ARAMARK, Wilson managed learning and development for a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, where he helped drive a “digital transformation.”
In his new capacity, Wilson will manage eMaint University, which offers subscription-based training programs and best practice tutorials, both live instructor-led web-based training as well as self-paced courses. Provided as a subscription service to users since 2007, eMaint University boasts a retention rate of over 90 percent. Although many software companies offer training at the time of software implementation, eMaint recognizes the need for an ongoing resource that assists customers in getting the most out of their CMMS and supporting their ongoing continuous improvement efforts. “eMaint University is designed to provide clients with highly flexible, on-demand learning opportunities,” says Brian Samelson, eMaint founder and CEO. “Our goal is to help companies be successful and use their training budget more effectively for all maintenance and operations personnel – from line staff working different shifts to those in management and leadership roles. We offer training not only on our software but also on industry best practices. When we say ‘Your Mission is Our Success,’ we mean it.


About eMaint Enterprises, LLC
eMaint is a global software solutions provider established in 1986 with its headquarters based in Estero, Florida and operations centers located in Marlton, New Jersey and Dublin, Ireland.  As the leader in Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS), eMaint’s client base consists of over 4000 companies and 35,000 users in 55 countries. Our portfolio of clients range from small & medium sized organizations to Fortune 500 corporations representing manufacturers, service providers, fleet operators, energy and utility companies, healthcare facilities, universities, municipalities, and facility and property managers.  eMaint provides the tools for these organizations to manage their maintenance operations to control costs and increase overall productivity.

eMaint has been recognized by the Inc. 5000 2014 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies in America, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 list and the 2014 Stevie Customer Service Award that honors the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide. For more information, please visit www.emaint.com.


Contact:​ Richard Miller | (856) 810-2700 X 7162 | richard.miller@emaint.com 

2013-05-06T21:15:44+00:00May 6, 2013|Press Releases, Press Releases - 2013|