Experts say that a maintenance management software program can help organizations save between 5-15% of their maintenance budgets.
Why Maintenance Departments Like FastMaint CMMS Maintenance Management Software
- Manage unplanned (breakdown) & planned (preventive) maintenance jobs
- Grows with your needs from Single Windows User to Networked to Web editions
- Designed for maintenance teams from 1 to 100+ users
- Identify missed maintenance. Reduce breakdown/ emergency maintenance
- Inventory management, vendors, re-ordering & purchasing
- Available for a One-time fee (downloaded software) or monthly subscription (Cloud CMMS)
- Download & use the trial. Keep your data when you convert it to the full version
FastMaint CMMS is a maintenance management software program that can help even maintenance teams as small as one or two people.
Available in Desktop & Web editions
FastMaint CMMS Maintenance Management Software Editions
- Standard edition: A single user version suitable if you need to do maintenance of equipment or facilities
- Professional edition: A multi-user version that can handle your maintenance of a large number of equipment or facilities. Works with a built in Microsoft Access database (no license needed) or an external Microsoft SQL Server database.
- Web edition: A multi-user version that can handle your maintenance needs for a large number of equipment or facilities. Works with a built in Microsoft Access database (no license needed) or an external Microsoft SQL Server database. Use it with a web browser on desktops, laptops, most tablets & smart phones.
- Cloud edition: A multi-user version very similar to the Web edition. It is hosted on our servers and has an affordable monthly subscription. Use it with a web browser on desktops, laptops, most tablets & smart phones.
1. CMMS Software Selection Tips – What Should You Be Looking For?
Maintenance management covers a wide area since regular maintenance is required for a variety of assets. A maintenance software program is not only useful in locations with a lot of machines (e.g. manufacturing plants, mining operations, etc.) but useful where you have a lot of facilities needing maintenance (hotel, resorts, restaurants) as well as those with other equipment (e.g. utilities, vehicle fleets).
2. Equipment Maintenance Analytics – Find Expensive Maintenance Tasks
Some maintenance jobs can be costing more than you thought! Maintenance managers usually look at maintenance data by equipment to identify equipment that is getting expensive to maintain. However, there are other ways to to slice your data and look for ways to reduce costs and improve effectiveness. For example consider the costs of different maintenance tasks or jobs. This is especially relevant when you may have lots of very similar equipment. You may have several pumps of the same model, several similar HVAC units and so on.
3. Maintenance Backlog Management For Equipment & Facilities
Maintenance backlog refers to maintenance work that is overdue.It is a very important maintenance metric for facilities managers, maintenance managers and maintenance planners. Big increases in maintenance backlog should be taken seriously! What causes maintenance backlog?