Work Order Management
With FTMaintenance work order software, you can automate work order activation, assignment, and distribution, ensuring that work orders don’t fall through the cracks.
- Plan ahead on a flexible maintenance calendar with multiple schedule views
- Easily distribute work orders via automatic emailing and printing
- Set-and-forget preventive maintenance work orders using auto-activation functionality
Work Order Completion and Closure
Being able to reference complete and accurate maintenance history can be a boon for future repairs. The FTMaintenance work order system allows you to manage and control the information required before work orders can be completed.
- Guide employees through work order closure with a step-by-step work order wizard
- Create an approval process that requires sign-off from higher levels of management
- Improve data entry by customizing required fields
Mobile Work Order Software
Maintenance is more than a desk job. FTMaintenance mobile work order software extends work order functionality to technicians in the field.
- Create and receive work orders from mobile devices
- Save time by updating and closing work orders as repairs are completed
- Supplement work order details with pictures taken from mobile device cameras
- Go paperless and keep work orders from getting lost
FTMaintenance Work Order Overview
In this video, you’ll see an overview of a work order, where all the major components of FTMaintenance come together.
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
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