Achieve Your Business Goals
Hit the Numbers
Measure and lower operating costs over time with built-in KPI reports, cost center tracking, and automatic maintenance cost calculation.
Standardize Plant Activities
Create consistency by establishing procedures that standardize maintenance activities, lower maintenance costs, reinforce policies and standards, and improve employee productivity.
Accommodate Future Growth
FTMaintenance scales along with your business so you can easily accommodate a growing staff or additional facilities.
Work Order Management
Automate work order creation, assignment, and distribution to help the maintenance team stay on top of work that increases asset reliability and prevents breakdowns that stop production or service.
Collect robust asset data that allows you to monitor asset performance metrics, track maintenance costs, and justify large capital expenditures.
MRO Inventory Management
Reduce unnecessary MRO inventory costs related to inaccurate inventory counts, poor stockroom optimization, emergency ordering, and other inventory management pitfalls.
Improve maintenance planning and scheduling to coordinate maintenance work with operations, reduce the risk of unexpected downtime, and decrease the duration of planned maintenance events.
Maintenance Management Reports
Leverage a range of maintenance management reports, charts, and graphs to monitor key performance indicators related to employee productivity, asset life, and maintenance costs.
Improve the communication between the maintenance department and the rest of the organization by implementing a maintenance request management platform that allows maintenance staff to quickly respond to maintenance needs that affect day-to-day operations.
What FDA 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance Means for Maintenance Teams
The FDA’s 21 CFR Part 11 requirements govern how maintenance teams utilize their CMMS and other computerized systems. This article provides an overview of these electronic record and signature requirements and how a CMMS helps you achieve compliance.
How a CMMS Improves Maintenance Budgeting
Developing an accurate maintenance budget, backed by data, ensures organizations have the resources needed to keep assets running and in optimal condition. Learn how a CMMS helps with maintenance budgeting.
CMMS vs. ERP Software: Which is Best for Maintenance Management?
When comparing CMMS and ERP software, they do have some features that overlap, but CMMS software offers capabilities more specific to maintenance management. Maintenance teams often choose CMMS systems rather than ERP software. Read on to learn more about differences between the two.
How CMMS Software Makes an Executive’s Day Easier
While executives don’t often use CMMS software, they benefit from their team using it. They also look for specific things when the company purchases CMMS. Learn more about what executives need from a CMMS and what benefits CMMS offers executives.
How to Change the Culture of the Maintenance Department
What is your maintenance culture like? Are you a team that is constantly reacting to emergencies or proactively maintaining equipment? Learn about the components of maintenance culture and how a CMMS can help improve the culture of your maintenance team.
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.
Why CMMS Implementations Fail
Despite more companies purchasing maintenance management software, implementation failure is fairly common. Uncover the reasons why CMMS implementations fail and how to overcome these pitfalls so you can successfully use your CMMS software.
How a CMMS Prepares You for Compliance Audits
Businesses in every industry must adhere to regulatory compliance standards. Thankfully, a CMMS makes preparing for compliance audits easier and less stressful. Read on to find out how.
How to Calculate CMMS ROI and Payback Period | Return on Investment for CMMS
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.
Definitive Guide to CMMS Acquisition and Implementation
CMMS software provides many benefits, but the software buying process can be complicated. This guide presents first-time buyers with a systematic approach to evaluating, acquiring, and implementing CMMS software.