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eMaint CMMS

eMaint, a Fluke company, is a computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) solution that assists thousands of businesses worldwide to manage enterprise assets, streamline workflows, track inventory and schedule preventive and... Read More
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Recent recommendations:  120
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UpKeep

UpKeep is a cloud-based integrated computerized maintenance management (CMMS) and enterprise asset management (EAM) solution that provides businesses functionalities to manage their assets and facilities. The solution is accessible... Read More
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Facilities Management eXpress

Facilities Management eXpress (FMX) is used by a variety of industries including manufacturing, property management and education. With FMX, facilities managers can view their activities and associated costs, and building occupants... Read More
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Maintenance Connection

Maintenance Connection is a cloud-based software system for maintenance management. It is suitable for businesses of all sizes in general facilities management, healthcare, manufacturing, government, utilities, warehouses, energy development,... Read More
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Asset Essentials

Dude Solutions provides a suite of cloud-based maintenance management applications that provides businesses with centralized requests, automated maintenance workflows and reporting. Asset Essentials is suitable for manufacturers,... Read More
Rating:  51 reviews
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Recent recommendations:  54
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MPulse

MPulse CMMS software provides integrated tracking, scheduling, and reporting tools for equipment and facilities maintenance organizations. The system offers flexible deployment options and compatibility with virtually any device, while... Read More
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Hippo CMMS

Hippo CMMS is a cloud-based maintenance management system with CMMS features that suit a variety of industry needs, from manufacturing and healthcare to hospitality and education. Hippo CMMS offers a graphical view of maintenance operations via... Read More
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Recent recommendations:  51
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FTMaintenance

FTMaintenance is a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) that helps businesses of all sizes manage equipment, assets and facilities. With FTMaintenance, maintenance professionals can organize and control operations by automating... Read More
Rating:  45 reviews
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Recent recommendations:  42
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Fiix

Fiix is a cloud-based computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) that helps businesses organize their maintenance departments, get on top of maintenance backlog, and work towards preventive maintenance. The CMMS helps manage... Read More
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Recent recommendations:  40
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TabWare CMMS/EAM

TabWare is a full-featured CMMS/EAM solution made exclusively for maintenance managers.The solution contains advanced analytics that make use of the data created stored during day-to-day operations so that companies can gain full visibility... Read More
Rating:  20 reviews
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Recent recommendations:  17
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ManagerPlus

ManagerPlus is a CMMS solution that helps growing organizations manage their assets, maintenance, inventory, and purchasing. ManagerPlus is fit for asset-intensive industries like agriculture, construction, transportation, manufacturing,... Read More
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MAPCON

MAPCON is a maintenance management solution for manufacturing and facilities industries that offers standalone asset management, preventive maintenance, work order management and more. The solution provides mobile apps for iOS and... Read More
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Recent recommendations:  9
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MaintiMizer

MAINTIMIZER from Ashcom Technologies is a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) with integrated enterprise asset management (EAM) solution capabilities. The solution comes in three different variants based on their deployment... Read More
Rating:  85 reviews
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Recent recommendations:  6
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Axxerion CMMS

Axxerion CMMS is a cloud-based computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) suitable for any size company in different sectors including real estate, corporate, health care, education, retail, residential, manufacturing, service... Read More
Rating:  21 reviews
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Recent recommendations:  5
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IBM Maximo

Maximo Asset Management by IBM combines asset management with maintenance management. From a single system, companies can monitor and manage the full life cycle of their enterprise assets, including facilities, communications, transportation,... Read More
Rating:  47 reviews
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Recent recommendations:  4
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CHAMPS EAM

CMMS and enterprise asset management space, CHAMPS offers CMMS/EAM functionality to mid-size and enterprise-level organizations. Asset and maintenance management tools from CHAMPS can help these organizations optimize the lifecycle... Read More
Rating:  40 reviews
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Recent recommendations:  3
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Megamation DirectLine

DirectLine by Megamation is a cloud-based maintenance management software that serves the maintenance scheduling and compliance reporting needs of education, manufacturing, healthcare and beverage industry. Available on a monthly subscription,... Read More
Rating:  31 reviews
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IFS Applications

IFS Applications is a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that helps businesses to integrate data and processes across multiple departments and locations. It offers various modules to users for asset management,... Read More
Rating:  18 reviews
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MindYourService.com

MindYourService.com is a cloud-based maintenance management solution designed to help service-based businesses schedule jobs, reduce expenditures, optimize workflow and task assignments, and operate in an error-free environment. The... Read More
Rating:  12 reviews
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TheWorxHub

TheWorxHub by Dude Solutions is a cloud-based maintenance management solution designed specifically for both healthcare organizations and senior living communities. Its suite of applications helps users coordinate activities and supports... Read More
Rating:  5 reviews
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Buyer's Guide

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Market Research Associate
Last Updated: November 1, 2018

Here’s what we’ll cover:

What Is CMMS Software?
Common Features of CMMS Software
Important Features to Consider
Computerized Maintenance Management Systems BuyerView | 2014
Using CMMS to Earn LEED-EB Credits
Recent Events You Should Know About

What Is CMMS Software?

Computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) help organizations track the upkeep of their assets and associated costs of the work, with the ultimate goal of prolonging an asset’s lifespan at minimal expense. This could include maintaining assets in a single facility or a range of facilities, or maintaining a group of equipment like a fleet of vehicles or other types of machinery.

CMMS and enterprise asset management (EAM) systems are closely related, and the terms are often used interchangeably. However, CMMS is a departmental application used by maintenance departments, while EAM is accessible across the entire enterprise. CMMS is implemented to prolong the lifespan of physical assets. EAM, on the other hand, oversees all of an organization’s assets, including fixed assets, IT assets and digital assets. (Learn more about EAM.)

CMMS module in Maintenance Connection

Maintenance Connection's CMMS module menu

There are industry-specific maintenance management systems, too. We’ve written buyer’s guides that cover CMMS for specific industries, including fleet management software, equipment maintenance software applications and aircraft MRO software, as well as a guide for Web-based solutions.

Common Features of CMMS Software

Asset tracking Maintains information about an organization’s assets (equipment, machines, buildings, fleets etc.). This includes when the asset was purchased, its expected lifetime, warranty information, the upkeep history, costs, depreciation and more. It may be used by several departments, including accounting and maintenance. Vendors that offer asset tracking include eRPortal CMMS, eMaint X3 and Maintenance Connection.
Inventory tracking and purchasing Tracks parts, tools and other materials required to perform routine upkeep. Features may include a scheduling system for personnel to reserve tools; an auto-notifier to alert staff when more materials need to be purchased; and support for multiple currencies. Many vendors offer a purchasing module that allows you to keep track of where you purchased supplies, when they were ordered, the total cost and the quantity ordered. This module may be able to send out automated requests for quotes to suppliers when the stock of an item is low. Examples of vendors offering this functionality include ManagerPlus and 4Site.
Preventive maintenance Preventive maintenance software allows you to schedule tasks based on meter readings, dates, or by setting up custom triggers. You can view all current and future maintenance activity on a calendar. You can also set up custom groups and routes. Some systems also have a preventive task library to help define the right tasks and procedures. Example vendors include Sprocket CMMS and Series4000. 
Predictive upkeep and condition monitoring Minimizes surprise failures by monitoring the condition of assets and analyzing historical trends in asset performance. These applications automatically schedule tasks based on performance indicators like noise, vibration, temperature, corrosion, pressure and flow. Users can define upper and lower boundaries of these parameters for each asset, and automatically create a work order when a reading falls outside the boundary. Bigfoot CMMS, Tabware by AssetPoint and eMaint X3 offer intuitive condition monitoring solutions. Separately, there are maintenance management systems that specialize in monitoring for environmental regulation-related risks. Top products in this market offer additional functionality outside of typical CMMS systems. 
Work order Manages the work order process. This includes scheduling repairs, assigning personnel to the job, reserving materials, recording costs, tracking the cause of the problem, tracking downtime and making recommendations for future action. Other features may include permission and notification settings, department and technician routing and a portal where customers or other employees can submit work order requests. Vendors providing work order tracking include MPulse, WOW! On the Web and NetFacilities.

Important Features to Consider

Mobile capabilities. Technicians often work in the field. The use of mobile devices has become prevalent in this market, providing personnel with the capability to immediately update records and make data available across the organization. Mobile tools can also generate work orders directly from the device, track labor and inventory use and issue, return and receive parts in real-time.

Mobile dashboard in Micromain

Vendors like Micromain offer mobile dashboards

Other examples of mobile capabilities often offered in some CMMS include:

  • QR/barcoding capabilities. Many CMMS provide quick response (QR) coding and barcoding capabilities. Scanning an asset’s code provides a glimpse into its entire maintenance history, giving immediate insight to the last task performed, the next upkeep due, troubleshooting notes, warranty information and more. These capabilities also allow technicians to include notes about an asset that are immediately accessible organization-wide.
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  • Voice recognition. Technicians often need to use both of their hands while performing work. Voice recognition capabilities empower technicians to record notes hands-free. In addition, speech-to-text features allow voice notes to be automatically converted to text and entered into the CMMS. This saves time that would otherwise be spent transcribing notes by hand for manual data entry.
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Asset ranking tools. Asset ranking tools “grade” equipment performance, highlighting equipment that’s historically underperformed or tends to perform well. This helps organizations identify equipment that needs replacement or repair. These tools calculate the costs of operating equipment as well as predicted asset lifespans based on performance. Asset ranking tools create a sense of transparency that can save time and money, while reducing the likelihood of reactive maintenance over time.

Asset grading in Bigfoot CMMS

Bigfoot CMMS offers an asset grading feature

Computerized Maintenance Management Systems BuyerView | 2014

Every year, Software Advice talks with thousands of owners and managers looking for the right computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) for their business. This provides us with unparalleled insight into the needs of CMMS software buyers.

We recently analyzed a random selection of 385 of these interactions from 2013, in order to uncover prospective buyers’ most common pain points and their reasons for purchasing new CMMS solutions.

Check out the full 2014 CMMS BuyerView report for more details and analyses.

Using CMMS to Earn LEED-EB Credits

Energy and atmosphere is one of nine key areas measured by the U.S. Green Building Council for LEED-EB (Existing Building) certification. By using a CMMS to monitor meter readings including pressure, temperature, voltage and hours in operation, personnel can “pinpoint” poorly performing equipment. This can help organizations achieve an overall reduction in energy consumption.

For example, 100 Park Avenue in Manhattan received the LEED-EB Gold Certification in 2014, after recieving a Silver Certification in 2009. Re-certification is available every five years, and the U.S. Green Building Council upgraded the property's rating for improving efficiency, including achieving 77 percent recycle rates and a water consumption reduction of 10 percent since 2009. 

Recent Events You Should Know About

Fluke Corporation acquires eMaint. Electronic testing tool and software provider Fluke Corporation recently purchased eMaint, which offers maintenance management software. The two organizations will combine software as a service with data management capabilities to deliver a comprehensive maintenance system.

New building energy codes released. ASHRAE and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America has released Standard 90.1-2016, the newest energy standard codes to be used for commercial buildings. The codes, which are updated every three years, include changes regarding the reduction of energy consumption.

 

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Our goal is to help small businesses to make more informed decisions about what software is right for them. That’s why we engineered FrontRunners.

To create this report, we evaluated over 140 Facilities and Maintenance Management products. Only those with the top scores for Usability and User Recommended made the cut as FrontRunners.

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We break vendors into two groups for two reasons: It’s a more equal comparison of products, and software buyers have told us it’s helpful.

To determine who’s Small and who’s Enterprise, we look at how many employees the vendors have. All products in FrontRunners, whether Enterprise or Small, are evaluated using the same process.

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The gist is that products are scored in two areas—Usability and User Recommended—based on actual user ratings.

To be considered at all, products must have at least 20 reviews published within the previous 18 months, and meet minimum user rating scores. They also have to offer a core set of functionality—for example, work order management, preventive maintenance and asset tracking and/or facility management capabilities, such as lease, space or energy management.

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