Store All Asset Data In One Place
With FTMaintenance asset management software, your asset and equipment data is only a click away
Asset Tracking System
Store all of your asset and equipment information in a single system to quickly identify what assets you have, know where assets are located, and track maintenance activities.
- Store all asset information in one place
- Manage multiple types of maintenance assets including equipment, facilities, and other fixed assets
- Provide additional details through attached documents, images, and notes
- View asset relationships on a hierarchical tree
Stay on Top of Asset Maintenance
Use asset information to craft better maintenance plans
Asset Maintenance Software
Track important information about your assets, including maintenance history, providing you with the data you need to optimize maintenance planning and scheduling.
- Create a custom maintenance schedule for each asset’s unique maintenance needs
- Record critical details about your assets and equipment
- Track asset downtime and meter readings
- View service history to aid in troubleshooting
Extend Asset Lifecycles
Get the most return from your assets and equipment
Maintenance Asset Management Software
Keep assets in working order by tracking asset health and generating work orders that ensure asset maintenance needs are not ignored.
- View asset maintenance history
- Generate unique PM schedules for each asset
- Ensure maintenance is performed on time
- Store information about asset manufacturers or service vendors for easy lookup
- Generate asset management and maintenance reports
FTMaintenance Select Asset Management
Watch an overview of FTMaintenance Select asset management functionality.
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Understanding the Difference Between Asset Availability and Reliability
Asset availability and reliability are two commonly used asset performance metrics in manufacturing environments, and are often confused. In this article, we explore the difference between asset availability and reliability and the role maintenance plays in improving plant performance.
Asset Management Best Practices
A large part of maintenance is asset management. For asset management to be successful, management best practices are put in place. Read on to learn more about them, along with how CMMS software helps maintenance teams with asset management.
Applications of Barcodes in Maintenance Management
There are many applications of barcoding in maintenance management that provide wide-ranging benefits. Learn how barcoding with a CMMS improves maintenance operations.
The Key Stages of Asset Life Cycle Management
Asset life cycle management (ACLM) helps you maximize the value of assets throughout their entire useful life. This article provides an overview of ACLM, while focusing on the longest stage of the cycle, operation and maintenance.
What is Reliability-Centered Maintenance?
What is reliability-centered maintenance? Learn the definition, how to apply this maintenance method, RCM benefits, and how CMMS software assists with RCM in this blog post.
What is Risk-based Maintenance?
Risk-based maintenance (RbM) is a maintenance methodology that enables you to identify which assets are most critical and likely to fail. Following this assessment, you can determine the best maintenance techniques to prevent failure. This blog post provides an overview of risk-based maintenance.
What is an Asset?
The maintenance team plays an important role in protecting a business’ assets or resources that provide value. In this article, you will learn all about assets and why they matter to maintenance management.
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).
CMMS vs. EAM | 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.