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.
Maintenance Connection’s Version 8.0 continues to build on its best-in-class CMMS platform by putting an emphasis on helping organizations reduce asset downtime, improve planning and productivity, and helping key organizational stakeholders easily track and improve performance results.
“We are seeing the continued need for a CMMS platform that produces unrivaled user experience while also providing tools to track, monitor and manage performance towards an organization’s goals,” says Eric Morgan, CEO of Maintenance Connection. “Today marks the next evolution of the CMMS platform with the release of Maintenance Connection Version 8.0. Our team has worked hard to include more than 100 product features, with many of those being taken directly from end-user feedback and suggestions, with the aim of providing a CMMS platform that continues to exceed the expectations of both our customers and the industry.”
Some key features of Maintenance Connection Version 8.0 include:
- Labor Change Manager – Save time and resources with the ability to easily identify, edit, and update labor records with the new labor change manager
- Global Search – Quickly search for and easily pinpoint desired records across the Maintenance Connection platform with the assistance of the centrally located Global Search tool
- Device Native Barcode Scanning – Technicians can now scan barcodes and QR codes in the field using the native camera on a mobile device, significantly extending the ability to quickly access key records and increase overall efficiency.
“This release is the culmination of work from our development team, feedback from our valued customers, and an intentional effort to stay ahead of the curve in maintenance software,” says Fred Tillman, Chief Technology Officer at Maintenance Connection. “There will be much more of these developments to come in the not too distant future.”