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3Floorsup has announced that First Wind will adopt WTGservice.com, a Web-based maintenance management system, for in-house service operations.

According to 3Floorsup, the wind-industry-specific software will allow First Wind technicians to track, manage and analyze asset history on First Wind's turbines across the U.S. With training and implementation already under way, First Wind is expected to be fully operational with WTGservice.com this month.

"We're extremely excited and pleased to be working closely with First Wind as they expand their service division,” says Steven Quayle, 3Floorsup director of business development. “Working with First Wind demonstrates the suitability of WTGservice.com to industry stakeholders of all kinds, from OEMs to independent service providers to, as in this case, owner-operators.”


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