SS-CMMS is a cloud-based computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) designed for small and midsize maintenance operation businesses in any industry.
The platform offers asset management, inventory management, predictive and preventive maintenance and work order management in an all-in-one solution.
The work order management feature allows users to create unlimited work orders either via email or within the platform. Planned maintenance events can be created and set to recur at specific intervals with automated email notifications. Work orders and planned maintenance events are fully searchable.
SS-CMMS also allows users to enter and track an unlimited number of equipment and parts. An unlimited number of users can be added with different role permissions, and a scheduling feature with a calendar lets users schedule employees, service, meetings and upcoming maintenance.
Pricing is on a subscription basis, and can be billed either monthly or annually. A lifetime subscription can also be purchased for a one-time fee.
John from Harvest House Bakery
Employees number: 11-50 employees
I was looking for a Maintenance software to try. I was worried to spend the money on one of the big packages and then my employees not use the software. I tried SS-cmms with the anticipation of switching to one of the other programs after my people got used to using a CMMS program but we have stayed with SS-CMMS because it has everything we need.
Ease of use,
No live support but they are very attentive to e-mails
JR from Denver Parks and Rec. Mower Shop
Specialty: Sports and Recreation
The system is easy to learn and not overly complicated. If an issue is discovered with the programing, a quick email though the help line is all that is required. Issues are resolved very promptly. Communication is awesome!
It is a Catch 22. because the system is easy, and simple to use, the information tracked is not equal to the more complicated systems
understand your needs! what do you want to track? how important is data tracking? do you need records or data?