Maintenance Connection, an industry leading computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) provider, released its 2017 Healthcare Facility Maintenance Report that aims to guide healthcare professionals towards greater operational reliability and continuous improvement. Continue reading
Report Reveals that 67% of Healthcare Respondents Link Better Compliance & Reduced Risk Directly to CMMS Implementation
Maintenance Connection, an industry leader in Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) software technology, announced the availability of the latest iteration of its CMMS platform, Version 8.0. With this release, Maintenance Connection is aiming to help organizations address the growing demand for a robust CMMS platform that provides real-time data, intuitive reporting options, and the mobile flexibility that today’s modern enterprise needs.
When it comes to maintenance, your organization is either taking a proactive approach or a reactive one.
It’s been proven that proactive strategies, like preventive and predictive maintenance, can improve a facility’s bottom line in many ways: lowering maintenance costs, improving asset reliability and giving a 360-degree view of performance, just to name a few.
Maintenance Connection, the industry’s leading computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) provider, just released the 2017 State of CMMS Report, an analysis of how maintenance software delivers value and benefits operations across industries that conduct maintenance on a daily basis. The report uses proprietary data from Maintenance Connection’s CMMS Score survey, which collected data from 1,000 maintenance professionals about how they rate their maintenance programs and to what extent they have utilized a CMMS.
Maintenance Connection has hired Fred Tillman as its new Chief Product and Technology Officer (CPO/CTO), as the software provider continues to expand its executive team during a high-growth phase. Maintenance Connection is an industry leading computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) provider that partnered with TA Associates, a leading global private equity firm, in 2016 to accelerate its dominance of the CMMS market.
Maintenance Connection, the industry’s leading computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), was recently ranked number one value in Gartner’s FrontRunners Report for CMMS released by Software Advice. Maintenance Connection is listed as a leader that offers the highest value to complement its wide range of capabilities in the CMMS market.
When purchasing a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), most people only consider the initial costs. However, to effectively create a budget for the solution, and gain critical buy-ins from senior management and end-users, you need to look at both initial and long-term costs. Continue reading
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.
Choosing a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) is not a simple process.
Many times, the focus of the selection will stay on the solution itself. The CMMS project team may answer questions like:
- Will the features meet all the needs of the organization?
- How will the data be stored?
- Is the system flexible enough to handle my business as it grows?
Maintenance Connection, the industry leading maintenance management (CMMS) software provider, experienced another year of consecutive growth in 2016. Following a healthy 15% growth in overall revenue in 2016, the company has now expanded its personnel by 50% in the past 12 months. Building on the foundation of a robust and proven product, a healthy and growing customer base, and a passionate and service-minded team, Maintenance Connection is investing aggressively in sales and marketing to expand its market presence and expand upon it’s market leading position in CMMS software.
One of the first questions organizations ask when searching for the right Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) is: “How will the data be stored?”
As machines gain the ability to communicate with one another, this question becomes more important. Continue reading
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.
While nearly all maintenance managers strive to be proactive and efficient in their work, many end up falling short. Maintenance managers can shift reactive measures to preventive maintenance (PM) schedules. PM schedules help boost team productivity, decrease machine downtime and improve budget in comparison to reactive maintenance.
Our latest webinar, “Digging Out of Deferred Maintenance,” explains the issues with deferred maintenance, and how they cost your organization more in the long run. We provide an insider’s scoop on why the majority of maintenance organizations spend more than 50% of time on emergency work — and why these same organizations also reported operating between 10 and 40% efficiency. Continue reading
As organizations become familiar with groundbreaking technology, some industries will benefit more than others.
Hospitals are one type of facility that will soon embrace new technology designed to improve patient care.
Thanks to big data analytics, scientific breakthroughs are continually announced, from predicting premature births to diagnosing cancer. But beneath the surface is maintenance technology – the key to daily operations. Continue reading
When production lines experience downtime and a product is perishable, this causes many issues.
The product may not be delivered in time, employees may have to stay overtime to fix the asset, and fixing the asset itself could be a huge unexpected expense.
On top of these sudden problems, the output of the production line is deeply affected.
It’s more evident than ever that technology affects the maintenance management field. From increases in team efficiencies to automation of mundane tasks, technology rapidly improves our day-to-day duties.
There’s a lot to consider when checking out a new maintenance solution.
To start, you need to know the value a new solution would add to your operation. This is a lot more than factoring together unexpected downtime and overtime hours.
There are few assets more important to the manufacturing industry than dependable equipment. When equipment fails, it leads to costly repairs and expensive downtime. But, the right equipment for the right preventive maintenance tasks can increase efficiency, accuracy, and bottom-line profits.
The right CMMS enables manufacturing companies to boost employee efficiencies and better predict equipment repairs. In turn, using a CMMS translates to less downtime—and more valuable, efficient production time.
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.
The healthcare industry is constantly changing. In 2016, many hospitals will better structure how they take care of equipment and infrastructure.
From handling patients to managing data, facilities will become more efficient.
Keeping up with these changes requires a solution for tracking maintenance. This is exactly why healthcare facilities are turning toward Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS).
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.