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.
Maintenance Connection Brings on Enterprise Software Veteran Eric Morgan as New CEO
It’s no secret that manufacturing has always been a major player in the economy. In fact, manufacturers contribute approximately $2.17 trillion to the economy annually, and account for 9% of the U.S. workforce.
But as economies mature, manufacturers are scrambling to stay competitive in sophisticated markets. So, which innovations will keep the manufacturing industry up-to-speed?
Editor’s note: This post was originally published on Maintenance Connection’s blog in 2014.
Whether an organization is putting a new CMMS system into place or has been utilizing a tool for years, training should be a considered a critical component to successful usage. Training is necessary to keep up with new features in the software, enhance the skill sets of employees, and improve efficiency.
Training sessions should be held for each person in an organization who will be using a CMMS on a day-to-day basis including technicians, maintenance supervisors and administrators.
Streamlining Your Maintenance Management with Mobile CMMS
Mobile has surged as our channel of choice—and apps our new currency.
Capterra’s 2017 report states that the #1 trend companies are moving toward is the ship to their workforce becoming more tech-savvy with mobile.
- 15-25% more productivity from Technicians
- We’re using personal devices for work: 45% of millennials and 18% of older generations.
- Just one company saved $5000 to $7000 on data entry alone
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.