Limble CMMS is a cloud-based computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) suitable for small to midsize businesses in a variety of industries. Key features include preventative maintenance, work order management and asset management.
Limble CMMS enables users to assign, track and record every maintenance task as it occurs enabling tracking of how much work is being done and how much it is costing. Users can also take pictures, upload documents, track meter readings, record dates, trigger new work orders, select from predefined lists or respond with free-form text.
The solution is available on a per user per month subscription basis. A mobile app is also available for iOS and Android mobile phones and tablets.
Nathan from Fibernet Inc.
Employees number: 11-50 employees
Overall, great service and features, for the incredible value. Would HIGHLY recommend.
I love the ease of use and the mobile portion of the software. QR codes make it easy for our technicians to create Work Order's. Brian, our advisor has walked us through the implement of the software and has helped make it easy.
I would wish that the software could have a few more features like other bigger softwares, however it is a small fraction of the price making it worth it.
Jeff from Netswat
Allowed me to organize and streamline my operations. PMs are automatically sent out and I know that they are being done on time. Problems are easily reported and resolved. Overall Limble has been a great help.
Limble is extremely easy to use and flexible enough to meet my unique needs. Setup was a breeze and my CMMS advisor was quick to respond with any questions I had. PM schedules work great and has helped me effectively organize my PM plan.
The reports they have in there are great, but I think adding more custom reporting capabilities would be helpful.
Kris from InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG®)
In person training from Limble owner and between each session he always answered my phone calls when I needed more direction or clarification.
Executive summary software produces to give me a snapshot of where each contact center is at in preventative maintenance on critical building assets.
Ethanc from Little Giant Ladders
Employees number: 51-200 employees
What I like most about this software is the way all data is tracked and cataloged in a neat and easily searchable way. We can find cost, time, or labor fast and easy. Customer service is amazing.
Dan from Twinco Romax
Employees number: 51-200 employees
Organization of the preventative maintenance in our shop. Also tracking of the hours spent doing the PMs verses repairs.
The support is fantastic. The guys who support this software even email you to check in from time to time. If you have any issues you can call directly, and get instant help!
I would like to see it be able to batch handle the work orders. If I want to close a bunch of them for some reason, I have to do so individually. It would be nice to do it in a batch so that you can save a bit of time.
Cody from IHG
Employees number: 501-1,000 employees
That I can track my inventory and it sends me emails when I'm running low on an item. Also that I can track how much time I'm spending on certain jobs over a extended period of time.
organization and control of work flow and assets
Customer Service and ability to speak to our exact needs is fabulous. All companies should be as responsive. Price and ease of use are exceptional. Captures the data that is needed without being so overly complicated that you become a slave to the system.
Ablility to customize reports would be helpful - The basics are there, just nice to be able to format to meet my needs.
William from Little Giant Ladder Systems
Employees number: 201-500 employees
Limble has simplified the process of fulfilling work orders while simultaneously keeping a detailed history of any maintenance performed as well as costs associated with said maintenance.
Easy to use and easy to understand. User-friendly layout with detailed tracking of costs, maintenance, etc.
It would be nice to be able to list and/or request parts for each asset, but from what I understand this is something that will be soon added to the software programming. I honestly can't think of anything I dislike about Limble.