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Compare the Top CMMS Software of 2020

Lô đề sốCompare the best CMMS software currently available using the table below.

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    Tero Consulting

    Azzier is a feature-rich Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) built for operations with demanding asset maintenance, scheduling, planning and corporate interfacing requirements. A centralized and scalable solution that can be accessed anywhere, at any time, Azzier offers a broad range of features, benefits and innvoations. It covers maintenance, asset management, project management, inventory and purchasing, labor and vendor management, and reporting and administration.

    Starting Price: $1,250.00 annually
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    Information Professionals, Inc.

    Lô đề số Highest rated, easy to use, affordable and powerful, web-based CMMS! Easily manage & report on your daily operations and plan for future requirements. Manage Work Orders, PMs, Assets, Inventory, Employees, Predictive Maintenance, Documentation, Scheduling & Service Requests. No software to install, no hardware to purchase, access eWorkOrders anytime, anywhere. Upgrades & tech support are included. Be up and running in a day! Find out why we are consistently the highest rated! Request a Free Demo Now - http://eworkorders.com/schedule-a-free-demo-or-contact-us/

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    Lô đề sốeMaint CMMS - A Fluke Solution

    Lô đề số eMaint is an award-winning, cloud-based Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) software designed to improve how organizations manage their maintenance reliability operations, resources, equipment, and compliance. Suitable for any size organization or enterprise, eMaint saves companies valuable time and money by integrating the tools they need in one powerful platform. It covers work order management, maintenance scheduling, reports and dashboards, predictive maintenance, preventive maintenance, mobile maintenance, inventory management, and asset management.

    Starting Price: $33.00/month/user
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    Fullbay Icon



    Industry-leading software solution for Heavy-Duty Repair shops - this cloud-based app is loaded with features that will let you leave the shop for a long-overdue vacation. Integrations with MOTOR, Worldpay, FleetNet, and QuickBooks make administrative work a snap. Bill every part, keep up with invoicing, and make your techs more efficient. Our customer portal lets your clients check on repair & maintenance progress. Fullbay works on any internet device, and all core upgrades & support are free.

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    Noviqu Ensight Icon

    Noviqu Ensight


    We help manufacturers realize the true potential of their most important asset, people. By providing a deeper level of knowledge and understanding of the people and equipment in the facility our customers can reduce cost, decrease downtime and increase revenue and profit margins. We combine safety, maintenance, quality, training, and work into one complete platform that integrates with existing tools and ERP's to create a better overall picture of the facility. By utilizing our product employees are better trained, more informed, all while increasing transparency of the facility to managers.

    Starting Price: $300/month/facility
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    SensrTrx Manufacturing Analytics


    SensrTrx is manufacturing productivity and analytics software that provides real-time visibility on the factory floor that helps reduce downtime, improve on-time delivery, and increase profitability of manufacturing companies. SensrTrx empowers manufacturers to start small, think big, move fast, and easily grow from a single machine at one plant to thousands of machines across the globe with manufacturing productivity and analytics software.

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    Stellar Solutions & Studio Peresano

    SmilePlant is a Italian-Norwegian software product. SmilePlant offers a free version, limited to 50 nodes. SmilePlant is CMMS software, and includes features such as asset tracking, inventory control, preventive maintenance, scheduling, service history tracking, technician management, and work order management. With regards to system requirements, SmilePlant is available as client-server software, using SQLite or Microsoft Sql Server as database engine. Return Of Investment (ROI) is in 6 months. SmilePlant includes online support, and business hours support. It supports integrations with SAP, Navision, AS400, etc.

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    Janitorial Manager

    Lô đề sốDouble A Solutions

    Janitorial Manager is a Janitorial Work Management System that enables managers to track performance and provide insights to employees. Fully integrated and an all-in-one system, Janitorial Manager provides users with tools such as inventory management, bidding, work management, and spreadsheets. Janitorial Manager also provides users with two mobile apps for mobile and flexible management.

    Starting Price: $50/mo
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    Lô đề sốSmartsheet.com

    Smartsheet is an award-winning work management and collaboration platform built to help teams have less talk and more action. With Smartsheet, organizations have access to a powerful platfom that enables them to opem more doors for new ideas, customers, and revenue. Featuring a spreadsheet- like interface, Smartsheet offers tools such as file sharing, Gantt charts, work automation, portals, dashboards, and so much more.

    Starting Price: $14.00/month/user
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    Hippo CMMS

    Hippo CMMS

    Hippo is a powerful user - friendly maintenance management software solution for companies in a variety of industries; healthcare, manufacturing, education, hotels and resorts, municipalities and more. Hippo has been providing easy-to-use and affordable software since 2004. Hippo now has more than 1,100 customers and 10,000 active users. Hippo CMMS comes equipped with all the key feature required to manage preventive maintenance, work orders, equipment, inventory and more. Ease of use and customer support are what separates Hippo from other CMMS options. Hippo has flexible pricing options and packages include UNLIMITED USERS and LIFETIME CUSTOMER SUPPORT. See why so many maintenance departments have implemented Hippo - contact Hippo CMMS for a free trial, demo or a quote.

    Starting Price: $40 / month
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    Maxpanda CMMS

    Maxpanda Software

    15 DAY FREE CMMS TRIAL - Starter plans @ $39/m include UNLIMITED USERS. Imagine having No Setup Costs, No Contract, Unlimited Users & gentle on the pocket book. Maxpanda CMMS requires no staff training (we do this), runs on any PC, MAC, smartphone / tablet. Maxpanda CMMS is partnered with Amazon's Cloud Service, the only thing you'll ever need is your smartphone or tablet. START TODAY: 30 second signup or request a FREE webinar to compare Maxpanda against other overpriced over-complicated CMMS. Maxpanda continues to disrupt the CMMS industry with an Enterprise software that's faster, better and more affordable than the rest.

    Starting Price: $39.00/month
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    UpKeep Maintenance Management

    UpKeep is a mobile-first equipment and facilities maintenance software trusted by some of the world's biggest companies. With UpKeep, facility and asset management teams can get better data and enjoy seamless collaboration to improve productivity. It features tools for creating work orders on-the-go, keeping track of all current and upcoming work orders, monitoring the health of locations, assets, equipment, parts, and inventory, and more.

    Starting Price: $25.00/month/user
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    Asset Essentials

    Dude Solutions

    Asset Essentials is a cloud-based maintenance solution developed for daily and advanced maintenance operations management. With our software, users can initiate, assign and track the progress of maintenance work orders; manage assets and equipment; develop advanced workflows with preventive maintenance (PM) scheduling; utilize Internet of Things (IoT) technology for predictive maintenance (PdM); and manage inventory. In addition, Asset Essentials has functionality for document management, reporting and mobile capabilities.

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    Innomaint CMMS

    Lô đề số InnoMaint is a cloud-based maintenance management software that Monitor, Measure and Manage all your maintenance activities associated with facility equipment, service technicians, and execution of the workforce from anywhere, at anytime through web and mobile application.

    Starting Price: $30/month/user
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    SAM Aviation Maintenance Software Icon

    SAM Aviation Maintenance Software

    ASA - Airline Software Applications Aps

    SAM (Simplified Aircraft Maintenance) by ASA - Airline Software Applications Aps is an Easy-to-Use Software suite, designed to make aircraft maintenance time saving and cost effective and provides aircraft operators, CAMO and MROs with all the required functionality. Our solution is cloud based - so no need for local servers and easy access from several locations. The license price is independent on the number of aircrafts - only the concurrent users and the modules used, has an influence.

    Starting Price: Get Quote
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    FaciliWorks CMMS Software

    CyberMetrics Corporation

    Optimize your facility's maintenance with FaciliWorks CMMS. Easy to use, simple, and affordable, FaciliWorks CMMS software reduces maintenance costs, maximizes productivity, and ensures asset uptime. FaciliWorks makes maintenance smooth and efficient. As a leading maintenance management software, FaciliWorks CMMS helps users track, analyze, and report everything, from PM schedules and assets to service requests, work orders, procedures, staff, and purchasing across multiple facilities worldwide or at a single location.

    Starting Price: $69.00/month
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    MPulse CMMS Software

    Lô đề sốMPulse Software

    Simplify maintenance operations and reduce costs with MPulse Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Solution. Providing flexible deployment options and compatible with any device, MPulse CMMS software offers integrated scheduling, tracking, and reporting tools for equipment and facilities maintenance companies. The solution comes in four editions to suit the needs of different businesses: MPulse Bronze (entry-level tool for work order management and preventive maintenance); MPulse Silver (comes with all the features included in the Bronze edition with the ability to manage, receive, and update service requests from unlimited requesters ); MPulse Gold (offers a full suite of features for managing PMs, service requests, work orders, tracking and controlling inventory, and managing vendors; and MPulse Platinum (delivers all the core functionalities provided in the entire product line with feature extensions designed for the Industrial Internet of Things).

    Starting Price: $3500.00/one-time
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    FastMaint Icon



    FastMaint CMMS by SMGlobal is a cutting-edge cloud-based maintenance management software for utilities, industrial properties, commercial facilities, and manufacturing plants. Available in single user, networked, or web editions, this computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) helps users respond to unexpected breakdowns as well as carry out planned maintenance activities. With FastMaint, users can import/export tasks, scan barcodes, create purchase orders, design custom fields for work orders, produce reports, and create task templates.

    Starting Price: $495.00/one-time
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    Lô đề số MEX Maintenance Software is a powerful computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) that delivers the functionalities essential for an efficient management of all maintenance and inventory needs. User-friend and easy to set up, MEX Maintenance Software helps users record information on all assets and locations, including purchase details, account codes, warranty information, supplier, previous asset locations, and more. Key modules include asset register, work orders, preventative maintenance, inspections and history, control files, timesheets, equipment reading, asset auditing, stores, and security.

    Starting Price: $2390.00/one-time
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    Lô đề sốFasTrak SoftWorks, Inc.

    Lô đề số FTMaintenance is a robust and easy to use computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) built by FasTrak SoftWorks. Available as a cloud-based and on-premises solution, FTMaintenance enables organizations of all sizes to efficiently implement preventive and predictive maintenance programs and streamline maintenance operations. Key features of FTMaintenance include work order management, asset management, inventory management, preventive maintenance, mobile maintenance, and more.

    Starting Price: $40.00/month
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    Maintenance Connection

    Lô đề sốMaintenance Connection

    Maintenance Connection has a built a robust maintenance management software with feature-rich tools for the Manufacturing, Construction, Education industries, among others. Since 1999 they have engineered top-notch technology and personalized services that streamlines Work Order Tracking, Asset Management, Equipment Inventory, Preventive & Predictive Maintenance with the use of their proprietary AI learning-analytics reports. Critics rave that the platform is powerful & easy to use with multiple deployment options and easy integrations. In addition to being ranked #1 in delivering value, the interface also offers multi-language capabilities and a native-device barcoding solution.

    Starting Price: $55.00/month/user
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    Fiix is a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) that empowers businesses across a vast range of industries to organize their maintenance departments and turn data into actionable insights. A cloud based software, Fiix helps companies organize, track, and schedule maintenance activities faster, better, and at a fraction of the cost of traditional maintenance systems. Fiix comes with fully customizable, interactive dashboards, the ability to import existing assets from CSV or Excel, features for creating, assigning, and managing unlimited work orders, a drag and drop calendar, parts and supplies tracking, mobile access, and so much more.

    Starting Price: $40.00/month/user
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    Ashcom Technologies

    Lô đề số MaintiMizer from Ashcom Technologies is an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) software solution. MaintiMizer is ideal for businesses of all sizes--from smaller operations to enterprise-level corporations-- looking to manage a productive and profitable maintenance department. MaintiMizer is available in a number of editions: MaintiMizer BlackBox, MaintiMizer Web Edition, MaintiMizer.com Online Edition, and Mobile MaintiMizer.

    Starting Price: $420.00/year/user
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    iOFFICE provides enterprise workplace leaders with the SaaS platform, mobile tools and analytics to simplify facility management, empower employees and increase workplace productivity. The iOFFICE platform effortlessly connects to HUMMINGBIRD, the No. 1 suite of employee-centric digital workplace solutions, and to the iOFFICE MARKETPLACE, a vetted collection of critical workplace application partners. This allows organizations to optimize their workplace while streamlining their technology stack. To schedule a free demo, visit www.iOFFICECORP.com/schedule-software-demo

    Starting Price: $775.00/month
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    BlueFolder Icon



    Manage and grow your service organization with ease through BlueFolder. A web-based service management solution, BlueFolder is easy to use and offers a wealth of business-to-business features that make it a great fit for service organizations, including industrial and manufacturing equipment, property management and facilities maintenance, fire control and building security, commercial and residential field services, and more. Top features include work order management, scheduling/dispatch, and billing, asset/equipment tracking, and customer notifications.

    Starting Price: $20.00/month/user
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Buyer’s Guide for CMMS

Lô đề sốFacility and maintenance management encompasses everything from asset management in a global enterprise to the simplest upkeep in a single-site facility. It’s no surprise that there are a wide variety of applications available to assist facility managers in the control of their day-to-day operations. In 2019, the global market for facility and maintenance management is expected to exceed $43 billion, which will double its current value of $24.7 billion. Otherwise known as CMMS (computerized maintenance management software) these types of solutions differ in industry use, price, and complexity. It’s difficult to choose the right CMMS software for your business needs without the right know-how. This article will outline the benefits CMMS offers including how your company can use the software, how your search can be narrowed, and how you can compare the different CMMS software products that are available.

CMMS Overview

CMMS is a system that automates the management of reactive and preventive maintenance of a company’s assets and facilities. It provides lower-level workers with the tools they need to be able to work efficiently and also enter data about materials, parts, and repairs. The software gives managers visibility and control over the condition of the company’s property, compliance, and maintenance histories. CMMS is able to help organizations devote more resources and time for their bottom line as well as eliminating equipment downtime and improving workflows for back-end upkeep.

From a semantic standpoint, most people consider CMMS compatible with enterprise asset management (EAM software), especially since it has built-in tools that work well with asset management. However, there are several differences between them. EAM offers better functionality to handle any kind of assets such as IT equipment or physical machinery with centralized access for the entire enterprise. On the other hand, CMMS systems are limited to only physical assets in a smaller facility network or just one single site. With all of this said, EAM and CMMS are not jointly exclusive – they can work with other enterprise software like enterprise resource planning (ERP softwareLô đề số) solutions or EAMs. In addition, there is a multitude of maintenance management solutions that are sold as modules, giving buyers the ability to custom-build their solutions by only paying for the specific features they need. The products available include basic work-order modules which are built into the property management system.

Common Features Included with CMMS Platforms

There are many common features buyers will see with most CMMS systems regardless of industry vertical or product packaging.

One of the first features you will see are work orders. These include allocating or scheduling jobs for breakdown, inspection, or repairs and tracking the progress of a job from the beginning to the end with built-in reporting features.

The next feature is materials and job costs which include standardizing and recording databases of materials and jobs expenses that can be used for prioritizing accounting, reporting, and work.

The third feature CMMS includes is asset management. This can aid organizations in controlling and tracking their digital and physical assets by condition and location and record data pertaining to parts inventories, technical specs, service schedules, and warranties.

The fourth feature is procurement and inventory, which guarantees that all levels of materials, tools, and parts are taken care of. Procurement and inventory also integrate with outside catalogs, allows for built-in order purchasing and placement, and tracks the exact inventory locations.

The fifth feature to look out for is regulatory compliance management. This stores all documentation and data to ensure that managers will comply with industry standards, permits, and safety and be able to respond to audit requests.

Preventive maintenance automation is the next CMMS feature. What this does is obstruct facility and equipment failure by using meter or time-based triggers to activate regular equipment servicing.

Lô đề sốThe seventh important feature is condition monitoring, which monitors voltage, flow, pressure, or heat triggers to provide performance insight or schedule materials or work orders.

Labor and resource tracking is another feature. This stores the skill profiles of all personnel for future skills/job matching and projection of additional labor needs.

The final feature is reporting. CMMS can report on a number of equipment-specific or facility metrics from peak use hours, work order history, and downtime or failure codes. There are also key performance indicators (aka KPIs) such as variable inventory or work order resolution.

Common Applications

Lô đề sốCMMS is the smartest investment you can make for your business because it can manage a collection of depreciable assets as well as a high-traffic, high-priority facility. CMMS is used in a wide variety of industries including data centers, the public sector, utilities and energy, construction, healthcare, education, and manufacturing.

There are three tiers that the target market is divided into which we will discuss below.

The first tier includes simple facilities. These kinds of facilities are single-site and have basic maintenance management requirements that revolve around one-off troubleshooting and facility upkeep. Managers in these facilities prefer a CMMS that’s intuitive and simple to use for building compliance and tracking work orders.

The next tier includes asset and equipment groupings. Organizations with a large number of depreciable assets use CMMS systems as a central automation engine for feeding and caring for their assets. Fleet management is a common example. This can be found in public sector vehicles or school bus systems. Likewise, a company’s assets can include digital assets (servers), hardware (printers or fax machines), or stationary equipment (factory floor machines).

Lô đề sốThe final tier includes complex facilities. These facilities can typically span various locations or consist of multiple buildings within a campus environment including work zones or variable interference such as pedestrian streets, environmental hazards, or terrain. Some examples include global enterprises, industrial plants, medical installations, and college campuses. Complex facilities have more widespread maintenance software needs because they require tools to manage both assets and facilities across a broader geographic area.

Features to Consider

Mobile capabilities are certainly one important feature to consider. Because technicians often work in the field, the use of mobile devices has become more predominant in today’s market. These capabilities give personnel the know-how to update records immediately and make data available across the entire business. You can generate work orders directly from your mobile device, issue, return, and receive parts in real-time, and track inventory and labor usage.

There are several other mobile capabilities offered in some CMMS systems:

One of these capabilities is voice recognition. Technicians always use both of their hands while they’re performing their work. With voice recognition, technicians can record hands-free notes and allow notes to be converted automatically to text and entered into a CMMS. This saves technicians from having to write notes by hand for data entry.

Another capability is QR/barcoding. Quick response barcoding and coding capabilities are included with many CMMS systems. When you scan an asset’s code, it gives you a preview of its entire maintenance history and gives instant insight into the last task that was performed, when the next upkeep is due, warranty information, or troubleshooting notes. Quick response barcoding will let technicians include notes about assets that are promptly accessible all throughout the organization.


CMMS Planning and Cash Flow

The accurate planning and budgeting of cash-flow is paramount to a successful company. The integrity of your projection models can be destroyed due to unexpected costs. It’s bad enough to have the burden of unexpected costs but when unplanned expenses sink a forecast or budget, issues can become worse. Budgets help set motivational goals and provide a roadmap or a plan for your company as a whole.

Lô đề sốA major source of unplanned expenses can include equipment failures which are often among one of the costliest. Executing and implementing proper maintenance plans help eliminate burdensome or unexpected costs.

CMMS systems can remove cost bumps. They can help you spread costs more predictably and evenly and limit large, unpredictable costs. Whichever CMMS system you choose will have many sophisticated tools you can use to make a repair as opposed to replacing decisions based on trustworthy data alone.

Productivity and Quality Control Assurance

A huge selling point for your business is often based on the quality of your work. Providing top-of-the-line services and goods greatly impacts retention and customer satisfaction. CMMS systems not only help a company save money, but can increase your company’s overall revenue too.

Lô đề sốIt’s important to limit your breakdowns in order to reduce cycle times. If you keep your equipment in sub-par condition, your products and services that are produced will become inferior.

Lower Maintenance Costs with CMMS

Lô đề sốEnsuring that you have a reliable equipment maintenance system will save money and time on unplanned or planned maintenance in the long run.

Lô đề sốBefore expensive repairs are needed, CMMS systems can help you plan maintenance by keeping accurate tracking on equipment maintenance. CMMS systems do more than just track required preventative maintenance when it’s needed. They can also figure out the best times to perform the maintenance. A more sophisticated CMMS system will consider production and forecast information to determine slow times that can be utilized for equipment maintenance.

Lô đề sốCMMS systems provide centralized repositories for information and maintenance instructions such as what the process is, who is involved in the process, what parts are required, and what service firms may be needed to conduct the maintenance. The cost of maintenance can be drastically reduced with better organization.

Lô đề sốUnplanned repairs are often needed even with preventative maintenance that’s performed on a regular basis. Any equipment failures that occur on the job site or during a production run can disrupt how your business operates. CMMS systems are consistent with managing, reporting, and tracking repairs which keeps the cost and disruption of equipment failures to a minimum.

Workplace safety is also very important, but extremely costly. If equipment is not maintained properly, that can increase your liability risk. According to OSHA, most American employers pay up to $1 billion a week in worker’s compensation claims alone. Having a CMMS system will protect your company against excessive safety-related expenses.