Asset and Equipment Tracking
FTMaintenance asset management software simplifies asset tracking by storing all of your asset and equipment information in a single system. Quickly identify what equipment you have, know where assets are located, and automatically track equipment maintenance costs.
- Organize and track assets in single or multiple locations
- Provide additional details through attached documents or images
- View service history to aid in troubleshooting
Knowing how your assets relate to one another is critical for asset maintenance. FTMaintenance EAM software allows you to identify, visualize, and modify the relationships between your assets, equipment, locations, and subassemblies.
- Create parent-child relationships for your equipment and related components
- Schedule work orders for an entire group of equipment, instead of individual assets
- Pinpoint exactly which subcomponents consume the most maintenance resources
Comprehensive asset reports provide you with information necessary to identify and analyze everyday maintenance problems. FTMaintenance EAM software features an exhaustive list of maintenance reports.
- Generate over 140 reports to monitor asset health and performance
- Calculate maintenance costs to justify equipment repair or replacement
- Identify recurring failures and track maintenance history to predict future breakdowns
Requires a 12-Month Commitment
- Up To 500 Assets
- Unlimited Service Requests
Requires a 12-Month Commitment
- Everything in Lite Plan
- Unlimited Assets
- Access from Mobile Devices
FULL SCALE PLAN
No Required Commitment
- Everything in Lite + Plan
- Inventory Management
- No Annual Commitment
Cloud-Based or On-Premise
Additional Hosting Fees Apply
- All CMMS Features
- One-time License Purchase
- Ownership of Software License
Failure Code Basics: What to Know About CMMS Failure Codes
Failure codes are used in a CMMS to track why assets fail. Learn more about what makes CMMS failure codes so valuable to maintenance management.
How to Create Your Own Asset Naming Convention
Unfortunately, first-time CMMS users often do not have a plan for naming their assets in the system, causing major headaches. Learn how to develop an asset naming convention that will make asset identification easy.
3 Asset Naming Convention Options to Consider
Asset naming conventions differ from organization to organization, and there are many ways in which they can be crafted. This article discusses 3 options for you to consider.
CMMS Data Transfer Best Practices
Depending on your current CMMS status, transferring data may seem easy or overwhelming. The truth is that it’s neither—it’s not as simple as you might think, but it doesn’t have to be stressful either. Follow these best practices and your data transfer will go smoothly.
What is an Asset Naming Convention (and Why Does it Matter)?
Asset naming conventions are a critical part of identifying assets in your CMMS. Learn more about why asset naming conventions matter.
What is Condition-based Maintenance? | How CbM Works and When to Use It
Condition-based maintenance (CbM) is an advanced maintenance technique that actively monitors an asset’s performance and condition. Learn more about how CbM works and when to use it.
What is Facility Management?
What does facility management really mean? It is a concept that impacts multiple areas of an organization. A CMMS can support many of those areas. Read on to learn more about facility management in today’s industrial and commercial environments.
How Maintenance Practices Have Changed
Maintenance looks very different today than it did even a few years ago. Take a look back in history to see how maintenance practices have changed and how you can better manage your maintenance activities.
How to Recover from CMMS Implementation Failure
Unfortunately, a staggering amount of CMMS implementations fail. While it can be discouraging, there is hope. If you’ve recently experienced a failed CMMS implementation, follow these steps to get back on track.
Understanding the Cost of Unplanned Production Downtime
Understanding the true cost of unplanned downtime will help maintenance managers make decisions about how to reduce it, in part with the help of a CMMS.
3 Important Asset Management KPIs and How to Use Them
How do you know if your assets are performing up to standards? In this article, we take a look at 3 important asset management key performance indicators (KPIs).
What’s the 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.
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 maintenance management software is a worthwhile investment.
What is Asset Management?
Asset management helps you get the most value out of your assets throughout its entire lifecycle. Learn more about the components that comprise asset management.
What is a Bill of Materials? | Bill of Materials Definition
Maintaining a bill of materials (BOM) provides many benefits to the maintenance team. In this article we answer common questions such as what is a bill of materials, who uses BOM, and more.
10 Reasons to Use CMMS Over Spreadsheets
Many companies use spreadsheets to track maintenance data, but there are better solutions available. Learn about the advantages of using FTMaintenance over static spreadsheet software for maintenance management.