Questions to Ask Your CMMS Vendor Before Buying
Unfortunately, too many people only focus on asking questions about CMMS software features and services, and fail to do their due diligence on the vendor. In this article, we provide you with some basic questions to ask that will help you get to know your CMMS vendor better.
Understanding the Needs of CMMS Stakeholders
In this second installment about CMMS stakeholders, we go over some questions and tips to build a strong team and make the purchase decision an easier one.
How to Write an RFP for CMMS Software
Knowing how to write a request for proposal can make the entire RFP process less daunting. This article explains what to include in your RFP for CMMS software.
What is a Request for Proposal for CMMS Software?
Is your company preparing to create an RFP for your CMMS software project? Learn the basics about requests for proposal, including why and how they are used.
How to Create a Vendor List for CMMS Research
Achieving success with your CMMS starts long before using the software. Choosing the right CMMS software vendor is an important step that must be done with care. In this article, we tell you how to create your vendor list.
Is it Time to Replace your CMMS?
If you have a CMMS, but you’re not reaching your maintenance management goals, it might be time to replace your current software. How do you know if you simply need to change your process or if you need a new CMMS?
CMMS vs. EAM | Difference between CMMS and EAM Software
You may have heard the terms CMMS and EAM used interchangeably. Are they one in the same, or are they different? Read on to find out more about the differences between these two types of software used by maintenance departments.
6 Ways Maintenance Teams Benefit from Cloud-based CMMS
Cloud-based maintenance management software is especially beneficial for maintenance teams. Discover why cloud CMMS is so popular in today’s industrial environment.
Scaling Your CMMS Software
When selecting a CMMS, scalability is an important factor. When your business grows, you want your maintenance management software to grow with it. Find out how to ensure scaling your CMMS is successful.
CMMS Cost Justification: Making a Case for CMMS
Maintenance managers know that a CMMS provides many benefits, yet many have trouble getting buy-in from upper management. In this article, we explore how to convince key stakeholders that CMMS software is a worthwhile investment.
Transitioning to a CMMS from Manual Maintenance Management Methods
Transitioning to maintenance management software, or a CMMS, will make your work life easier. Getting started is a process, but don’t worry—it’s easier than you think.
Benefits of Mobile Maintenance Software
We rely heavily on mobile devices in our daily lives, yet they are still breaking into the industrial workplace. Learn about the benefits of mobile maintenance software and how it can improve maintenance management.
How to Determine CMMS ROI
Return on investment is always an important factor when making business decisions that impact the company budget. Read more about areas of maintenance spending versus savings with a CMMS.
10 Things to Consider Before Choosing a CMMS
When choosing CMMS software, it’s important to do your due diligence. You must consider deployment options, training, and technical support among other things. How do you know if you’re on the right track?
CMMS Software Cost: Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
When budgeting for CMMS software, it is important to think beyond just the upfront cost of licenses. Here are some things to consider when thinking about the total cost of ownership (TCO) of your CMMS.
Named User vs. Concurrent User Licensing
The type of licensing a vendor uses has a big impact on the cost of your CMMS. Understanding the difference between named and concurrent user licensing will help you make a better apples-to-apples comparison.
On-Premise vs. Cloud-based CMMS: Comparing CMMS Deployment Options
The decision between on-premise or cloud-based software depends on factors such as the size of your business, types of services offered, and internal resources. Find out which deployment is more suitable for you.