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Benefits of a CMMS

A preventive maintenance strategy helps ensure your organization operates most efficiently. CMMS software allows users to create maintenance schedules for each piece of equipment, prolonging assets’ life cycles.

CMMS software automates work order management, streamlining the process from beginning to end. The software functions as a complete work order generation, management and reporting system for maintenance departments.

Ensuring you have the correct spare parts and inventory on hand will support maintenance activities efficiently, keeping operations and production on schedule. CMMS systems also help inventory management costs down by eliminating over-ordering.

Computerized maintenance management software is the primary tool companies utilize to implement a more proactive maintenance strategy. The software enables preventive maintenance scheduling and stores all relevant data, so maintenance isn’t simply reacting to equipment failures and making asset management decisions without any data.

CMMS systems store detailed information needed to comply with governing agencies’ regulations. Data is organized and can be easily retrieved for reporting purposes, audits and inspections. Organizations can avoid hefty fines by being able to successfully demonstrate compliance.

Work order hard copies, paper files, clipboards and over-sized filing cabinets no longer have to play a role in maintenance operations. CMMS software has made it possible to eliminate paperwork by storing all relevant documentation and automating work order processes.

CMMS software modules, such as work orders and assets, automate much of the manual process of managing work orders and assets. Features such as mobile CMMS can eliminate manual data entry by utilizing barcode or QR code scanning capabilities. A dashboard component allows management to keep tabs on maintenance key performance indicators (KPIs), providing critical data to support their decision-making process.

Keeping employees safe is of the utmost importance, and equipment reliability plays a significant role. When a piece of machinery malfunctions or when standard operating procedures (SOPs) aren’t followed, accidents are more likely to occur. CMMS software helps companies maintain safety standards by keeping equipment in good working condition and storing a wealth of data such as SOPs, which can be accessed at any time.

iMaint enterprise asset management software, available as either an on-premise or cloud-hosted solution, is highly customizable at company and user levels.

Pricing begins at $60 user/month.

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PMC, an on-premise solution, is one of the most widely used CMMS systems in the world. It’s easy for maintenance technicians to learn and use.

Pricing starts at $2,000 one-time.

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Customer Success Stories

Browse our customer success stories to learn how our software helped organizations in a variety of industries solve critical maintenance challenges and improve operations.

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S&D Coffee

After utilizing PMC for several years, successful coffee manufacturer S & D Coffee upgraded to iMaint to handle maintenance and asset management for their growing operations.

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Cooke Aquaculture

Cooke Aquaculture, a global seafood company, relies on science and experts to ensure sustainability, while relying on iMaint for the maintenance of their marine assets.

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Green Bay Packaging

Green Bay Packaging is a diversified corporation that uses iMaint to connect and monitor multiple sites across their enterprise.

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