Four Rivers Announces TMS CAFM, a Computer-Aided Facility Management Application

Wednesday, July 21, 2010 News on IT in Healthcare J E 4

PITTSBURGH, July 20 Four Rivers Software Systems, Inc., the leading computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) provider for the healthcare industry announces TMS CAFM, a computer-aided facility management application.

TMS CAFM is a sister product to the TMS Professional application. Serving as a stand-alone or integrated solution, it offers the ability to manage space, occupancy, data center, and building infrastructure from a graphical environment. TMS CAFM integrates your organization's CAD drawings with TMS Professional by linking the data directly from your drawings to the TMS Database.

As a leader in the healthcare industry, we understand that tracking space utilization and occupancy is a constant challenge. With TMS CAFM, organizations can use our solution to access and report on information for Joint Commission and other regulatory compliance. TMS CAFM is a natural extension of Four Rivers' CMMS applications in the healthcare industry. Organizations will now be able to manage and plan their space, efficiently locate equipment for work orders, and realize operational efficiencies.

According to CEO, Henry Wilde of Four Rivers, "Hospital organizations want an integrated solution to manage their asset information along with their space, occupancy, data center, and building infrastructure information. With the announcement of TMS CAFM, Four Rivers now offers a best-of-breed solution to solve this issue."

For further information, please contact Four Rivers, Inc. at 412-436-2309 or email

About Four Rivers Software Systems, Inc.

Four Rivers Software Systems, Inc. ( is the leading provider of computerized support services for healthcare clinical engineering and facilities departments. The TMS product family includes TMS Enterprise, TMS Professional, and a full suite of mobile solutions.

SOURCE Four Rivers Software Systems, Inc.


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