Murray State University Replaces Its Maintenance Management System

San Antonio, TX - June 14 2010

AssetWorks, a leading provider of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software solutions, announced that it has signed a facilities management software and implementation services contract with Murray State University. The university selected AiM by AssetWorks to replace its current maintenance management system and to establish one source for providing software and installation, configuration, training and implementation support services.

Murray State University is a state funded university of approximately 9000 students and 1200 faculty and staff. Located in Murray, Kentucky, the University's main campus consists of 259 acres with 3.5 million square feet of academic, research, administrative and residential space in 92 buildings. The University extends its services to a broader geographical base of students through its Regional campuses in Paducah, Hopkinsville, Madisonville, and Henderson, and also through its distance learning programs.

"We are excited to add Murray State University as a client, and we look forward to a successful implementation," said Ken Slaughter, Senior Vice President of AssetWorks. "Our mission is to provide our clients with the finest tools to facilitate analysis and reporting of information in order to make informed operational and strategic decisions at all levels of the organization."

About AssetWorks
AssetWorks is a leading provider of software solutions for infrastructure-intensive organizations in education, government, utilities, communications, and transportation. The AssetWorks suite of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software solutions maintain, track, analyze and reduce the cost of maintaining physical assets, including facilities, fleet, fuel, and fixed assets. This asset focus means finding ways to help organizations control costs and uncover new sources of cost savings. AssetWorks is part of the Constellation Software Inc. group of companies which trades on the TSX under the symbol CSU. As a publicly traded corporation, we are subject to valuation by the stock market based on the quality of our work and our resulting financial status. These factors reinforce what has always been our corporate focus – putting quality first to ensure that profitability and growth will follow.

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