Ready for a shocking statistic? According to Software Advice, approximately 80 to 90% of all computerized management system (CMMS) implementations fail.
Why? CMMS failure can be attributed to poorly defined goals, lack of leadership buy-in, deficient training, a non-intuitive user experience, and more.
For more than 15 years, we’ve worked hand-in-hand with customers on successful CMMS implementations. We’ve tackled the common challenges above, updated our product per user feedback, and focused resources on customer success.
And the result: thousands of successful implementations—from enterprise to smaller shops—and a 98% overall customer satisfaction and project success rating.
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Maintenance Connectionecently released an exclusive report that details the state of preventive maintenance and the implications of reactive procedures on assets, efficiencies and overall budget. Maintenance Connection collected data from more than 450 industry professionals for the report titled, Is Reactive the Norm? An Exclusive Report on the State of Preventive Maintenance.