Maintenance Connection recently appointed Eric Morgan as CEO. Maintenance Connection, the industry’s leading computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) provider with clients such as Stanford Healthcare and Alaska Airlines in a wide range of industries, views Morgan’s hiring as a critical step in its efforts to scale in enterprise markets. Earlier this year, TA Associates announced a significant growth investment in Maintenance Connection.
News and Updates
February 23, 2016 (Davis, CA) – Maintenance Connection, the industry’s leading maintenance management (CMMS) software provider, experienced another year of consecutive growth in 2015. The organization not only saw an influx of new customers, it also experienced a large increase in demand from existing customers to expand their successful implementations. Additionally, Maintenance Connection customers turned out in record numbers for Checkpoint 2015, the annual customer training seminar that took place in Sacramento, CA, in October.
Maintenance Connection, a long-time frontrunner in the Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) industry, has been recognized several times in 2015 as an award-winning solution. Maintenance Connection was also just awarded the Top Ten Reviews 2016 Silver Award for Maintenance Management Software, for its excellent tracking options, smooth work order process, mobile access, reporting capabilities and much more. Top Ten Reviews regards Maintenance Connection as “one of the best maintenance management solutions available…a reliable, straightforward solution for businesses of all sizes…sophisticated enough to handle large clients at a low cost.”
Over $400 billion is spent annually on energy costs in manufacturing facilities across the U.S. It is critical for manufacturing companies to track and manage energy consumption to remain competitive in the United States. In addition to the fiscal impact of energy costs on operations, companies are constantly looking for opportunities to use environmentally preferable energy outcomes when it comes to maintenance.
Maintenance Connection just held its annual user group training seminar, Checkpoint in Sacramento, CA. The computerized maintenance management software company (CMMS) has been holding user group meetings annually for the past thirteen years. The seminars provide expert guidance and training in order to help clients maximize their investment in and utilization of Maintenance Connection’s CMMS platform. This year’s event welcomed over 250 users from around the world, ranging from new customers to longtime clients.
August 26, 2015 (Davis, CA) Maintenance Connection’s staff just completed a handful of US-based projects that support the company’s mission to prioritize giving back to communities and non-profit organizations. Though in past years the company’s philanthropic efforts have taken place in countries around the world, this year the organization chose to focus on various opportunities to give back in “in their own backyard” and serve local organizations with unmet needs. Maintenance Connection built upon its already well-established mission of giving back in 2011, when it kicked off the first of its annual “MC Gives Back” trips. These efforts support the company’s mission to make a difference in the lives of others in need, by investing both time and resources.
Maintenance Connection, developer of one of the world’s leading computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) platforms, just announced MC v7.0, the latest version of its software. This new rollout offers enhanced design, increased usability and several key new feature sets. MC’s latest upgrade is being delivered to customers on a rolling release cycle, giving customers expedient access to the new version.
Maintenance Connection has just introduced an on-demand training source to equip customers with an easy way to enhance their software knowledge. The new online learning environment, called MC University, was developed to give customers the ability to become more proficient users. MC University will offer over 60 courses that cover modules including Assets and Infrastructure, Work Management, Parts and Purchasing, PMs, Procedures and Projects, Reporting and System Administrator.
Newly released year-end results show that 2014 was a year of double-digit growth for Maintenance Connection, the industry leading maintenance management (CMMS) software provider. New customer sales goals were exceeded for the year, with several hundred new organizations signing up to use the software. The company also saw an increase in the amount of customers expanding their existing successful implementations. Overall, the demand for implementation services rose nearly 10%. Additionally, Maintenance Connection customers turned out in record numbers for Checkpoint 2014, the annual customer training seminar. As the first quarter of 2015 comes near to a close, the current year is on track to continue the upward growth trend.
If you haven’t upgraded to a mobile CMMS yet, what are you waiting for?
These days mobile technology is more stable and cost effective than ever before. Organizations that had been reluctant to equip their maintenance technicians with mobile devices are now moving forward and deploying them due to their low cost and ease of use in the field.
The reasons to use a mobile CMMS tool outweigh the small upfront costs of purchasing the technology needed to use one.