Phone No.
17515 Spring Cypress Road, Suite C, #600, Cypress, TX
Accruent, Inc.
Accruent Real Estate and Facilities Management Solutions is the developer of FAMIS, a world-class Enterprise Facilities Management system. Founded in 1982, Accruent (formerly FAMIS Software) provides software products and services to help organizations maintain and operate facilities assets, manage space, and control capital projects.

Headquartered in Santa Monica, California, Accruent is the first software company to develop and deploy 100 percent Internet-enabled enterprise, facilities-based, software, which addresses the spectrum of facilities management responsibilities.

The entire facilities lifecycle, which includes space management, move management, planning, real estate, projects, maintenance and operations, is managed by a single suite of software.

As more and more facilities organizations transform themselves into e-businesses, Accruent's Internet-enabled solutions provide a cost-effective way to increase facilities management efficiency and effectiveness. By replacing expensive, unwieldy client/server computing models with the efficiency and reach of the Internet, organizations can deploy an abundance of innovative applications that can be accessed with a Web browser. The only software company to offer a full suite of facilities-based e-business products, Accruent, Inc. provides a comprehensive suite of internet-enabled facilities management applications as well as professional services for help in implementing e-business solutions.
AssetWORKS, Inc.
AssetWorks  Business leaders today grapple with an unpredictable facilities and real estate management ecosystem marked by shrinking budgets and growing demand for cost control, greater pressure to privatize or outsource services, a more complex regulatory environment, growing deferred maintenance backlogs, and demand for consistently high service levels.

In this complex business ecosystem, business leaders with a vested interest in maximizing the value of their facilities and infrastructure assets can no longer afford to rely on a collection of loosely integrated niche solutions to achieve their strategic goals.  Like the ERP revolution of 20 years ago, today’s business environment demands a unified approach that eliminates information bottlenecks and provides a homogenous management platform.

AiM™ from AssetWorks offers the intelligent alternative.  AiM helps organizations reduce costs by promoting better oversight and utilization of facilities and real estate; eliminates management redundancies and proactively manages the workplace; ensures regulatory and fiscal compliance by providing auditable data and complete transparency to enterprise assets; and helps organizations realize their sustainability and business continuity goals.

Unlike “extensible” solutions—which are nothing more than costly and difficult-to-support development platforms—AiM is an organic, purpose-built, commercial-off-the-shelf, cloud-ready solution specifically designed to help organizations reduce costs and manage risk.  This rare combination of completeness of vision and a truly federated solution can help your organization overcome tough business challenges, no matter their complexity.  With AiM, you benefit from a more collaborative, transparent, agile, and efficient workplace.

Autodesk, Inc.
Since 1982, Autodesk has ushered in state-of-the-art 2D and 3D technologies that let customers visualize, simulate, and analyze the real-world performance of their ideas early in the design process.

This gives our customers the flexibility to optimize and improve designs before actually executing them. 

Autodesk customers not only see, but experience, their designs before they are real, empowering them to save time and money, improve quality, and foster innovation.



  Microsoft, Inc. develops, manufactures, licenses and supports a wide range of software products for computing devices. Headquartered in Redmond, Washington, USA, its best selling products are the Microsoft Windows operating system and the Microsoft Office suite of productivity software. These products have prominent positions in the desktop computer market, with market share estimates as high as 90% or more as of 2003 for Microsoft Office and 2006 for Microsoft Windows, in line with the company's original mission of "a computer on every desk and in every home, running Microsoft software". Founded to develop and sell BASIC interpreters for the Altair 8800, Microsoft rose to dominate the home computer operating system market with MS-DOS in the mid-1980s.