MPulse Builds World-Class Training Services Center to Meet Growing Need for Company’s Powerful Maintenance Software

MPulse Software, Inc ( announced the expansion of the company’s top-quality training services department with the recent construction of a new world-class training center at the company’s headquarters in Eugene, Oregon.

“Implementation services, including software training, are at the center of MPulse’s commitment to our customers’ success,” said Steve Brous, MPulse Software President & CEO. “Our customers attend the MPulse Training Center at all stages of their MPulse usage. It provides a place for new customers to get initial training, and for existing customers to send new employees or receive advanced instruction. We’re very excited about this new space because it allows us to increase capacity to meet the growing demand for our products and services–and to serve our customers better.”

The new MPulse Training Center will more than double the capacity of training classes. The center’s first class launched in early August 2015.

“Through the new MPulse Training Center, MPulse shows its commitment to meeting the ever-evolving training needs of our maintenance customers,” explained Randy Brous, MPulse Software Vice President of Technology. “Now we’re better able to serve our customers’ educational needs, and we’ll be able to accommodate more trainees in an environment even better suited to quality training.” 

MPulse offers a curriculum that covers the full spectrum of computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software capabilities and maintenance management best practices. Training is available for all skills levels, and topics range from beginning to advanced technical applications.

“Our goal is to enable MPulse customers to achieve a higher level of continuing education that they can apply and use every day,” said Todd Boxberger, head of the MPulse Customer Development Team. “We’re excited to expand the training services of our maintenance management software experts and to help our customers on the road to maintenance success.”