Fiix is a cloud-based maintenance management solution that helps users manage day-to-day work orders and work towards establishing preventive maintenance strategies.
The computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) manages physical assets, schedules and tracks maintenance and keeps detailed records of asset performance and maintenance history.
Other features include inventory, parts and supplies management, an interactive calendar, printable QR codes for easy asset tagging, customizable reports, multi-site management, ERP integration and more.
Additionally, Fiix is web-based, which means the software is automatically updated. All users also get access to the Fiix mobile CMMS so work requests and meter readings can be submitted remotely. The system is compatible with Mac and Windows operating systems, as well as any iOS or Android mobile device.
Kerry from Strata
Employees number: 2-10 employees
Very Useful tool to keep work orders and asset in a strata organized. Very user friendly and holds lots of data. Easy to reference repairs done and upcoming items. Would definitely recommend to others to use this software.
Rico from Tree Island Steel
Employees number: 501-1,000 employees
I like the software and planning to upgrade our version to explore the full potential. I would recommend this product.
I like the Dashboard and also the recently updated calendar-it is way better than before. The video and technical support is available in the website that makes me easy to set up the software.
I didn't see a feature that allows the Work order to starts its hour when open or scanned . I mean that when I scan or log in in the WO the time should start charging to that work order.
Jonathan from Endoceutics
Employees number: 11-50 employees
I use Fiix CMMS Software for Maintenance of Analytical Instrument under Good Laboratory Practice and FDA Regulations. I'm using it to manage instrument inventory, maintenance schedule, repairs and parts. It does the job very well for a very small portion of the price of a specialized Software for Maintenance Management in a laboratory.
Best Value for money on a 10:1 margin.
Not the most attractive interface of all the CMMS Software.
You can try the free trial, it works very well.
Adrian from Zeelandia Ltd
Specialty: Food and Beverage
I was looking for an easy to use CMMS mainly for setting up a PM system to satisfy auditors in our small factory, however my wishlist grew when I realised that our field based activities and difficult to track spares stock could also be taken care of with a CMMS. The problem came when many systems are over complicated and over priced for my use and others didn't have the android app to assist in field based activities. With a small budget for the software I looked at "free" software but soon found the limitations on these, also one system that was free and open source struggled to install on our servers and had zero support.
I tried the free trial of MA and was instantly impressed, it just works! and is very easy to use. I moved onto the cost effective paid version and have been impressed with it so far. I would thoroughly recommend you try it.
The negatives are small and the positives outweigh them, very knowledgable support is there and I have used it by direct email, however a better knowledge base would be great and a support ticket system. A more customisable app and one with offline support for when you have no data signal would be brilliant.
I recommend trying before you buy, I did and MA came on top.
Darren from Skyline Rotorua
Specialty: Sports and Recreation
Intuitive and easy implementation and ongoing use. Great that everything is cloud based so always accessible.
It does not like operating on Microsoft Explorer. Have to use other browser for best results.
Try the online trial and see how easy it is to use.
Jason from iModules Software
It had all the functionality I needed from parts tracking, meter readings, preventive maintenance schedules, etc.
No schedules are available for common equipment. The price hike made it too expensive for homeowner and small business use.
I ended up writing my own hosted solution. It is free (monetized by replacement part suggestions) and has the added bonus of shared public schedules for common machines (cars, trucks, compressors, generators).
Yoginatha from Saiva Siddhanta Church
Date: September 2013
Mark from St Anne's Diocesan College
Date: September 2013