B2W Maintain creates cohesive communication between the shop and the field, so that the status of all equipment can be visualized. By tracking information about equipment usage, problems can be identified in the beginning, and all equipment downtime is scheduled routinely.
The system also features the scheduling of work orders, management of repair requests, and a tablet application so that mechanics in the field can utilize the system from anywhere. The tablet application provides technicians with access to critical information while they're in the field. By keeping track of all maintenance cost and monitoring the status of resources, companies can view the full scope of cost.
As part of the B2W family of construction systems, B2W Maintain integrates with B2W Track to provide a system that communicates with the other modules, minimizing errors and eleiminating double entry. B2W Maintain is an equally good fit for large and midsized companies alike, and is particularly useful for commercial construction managers, concrete, masonry, and other types of contractors.
Mark from Lancaster Development, Inc.
Specialty: Heavy/highway contractor
Employees number: 201-500 employees
In total, B2W is in the upper echelon of construction bidding and project management systems. Their team is very proactive and responsive to customer input.
For any company that is looking to improve their flow of information and control of costs, B2W is an excellent solution.
The B2W products that we use (Estimate, Track and Maintain) are easy to understand and utilize. With a single database, it is easy to maintain each element.
The B2W training personnel are excellent communicators and are well versed in the product.
Even users with limited experience have been able to use the systems after just a few months.
The B2W team is very proactive in adding features to improve the product.
The technological base of the platform is very strong.
The products (Maintain and Schedule in particular) are not yet fully matured.
There is no product to manage a truck fleet via a Driver's Daily Log.
Ginger from Ajax Paving