The team at Maintenance Care is proud to announce the addition of Virtual Reality (VR) 3D Spaces to our maintenance management system. With this new technology, we can help our clients to revolutionize the way they manage their assets, their maintenance, and their entire facility. With three unique packages (plus one add-on) to offer, we can help with everything from asset tracking, to facility management, to marketing, and more.
Assets are the lifeblood of your facility maintenance department and they’re also one of, if not the, largest expense you have. So when your assets break or quit working, you’re faced with the decision of whether to repair them or replace them. It’s important to make the right decision because it can have a large impact on your costs. Knowing how to decide which is best for your operations will help control downtime and unexpected costs.
You’ve been asking for inventory management software – and we listened! At Maintenance Care, we’re dedicated to bringing our CMMS users the best possible value. We’re always listening to our users to understand exactly what they want and need their maintenance software to do. Lately, we’ve seen a lot of users looking for best practices for spare parts inventory management so we decided to create one of our largest add-ons to our maintenance software ever: Parts and Inventory Management.
If there's one piece of equipment we can pretty much guarantee your facility hasn't used since last winter it's your snowblower. With November here, the snow could start falling at any time (if it hasn't already in some areas), which means your snowblower's time to shine could be coming soon.
Managing a maintenance department for a property is hard work. You have to worry not just about the function and safety of the building itself, but also about keeping the customers who use the facility happy. With so much going on at the property every day, it can seem like there are infinite maintenance tasks, which makes organizing and tracking them difficult – never mind scheduling any preventative maintenance tasks.
So you’ve taken the first step towards improving your maintenance management program by investing in a CMMS. Of course, you’re excited to have team members get started using it, but there’s one question you have to answer first: which team members should be able to use it?
The Maintenance Care Team is happy to announce that we have added eight brand new features to our CMMS. With these new additions, we’re hoping to make work order management even more effective and efficient for users and maintenance teams. The biggest additions, a new Email Client and Smart Work Order Duplication Checker are completely free additions to our Work Order Edition and Enterprise Edition users.
Maintenance technicians keep facilities working. They keep track of work orders, preventative maintenance, asset tracking, and the general upkeep of the facility. Facilities could range from large manufacturing plants to small buildings. Maintenance technicians are always in high demand.