Computerized maintenance management systems (a.k.a. CMMS software) are quickly becoming a staple solution in many different industries. Manufacturing, healthcare, retail, hospitality, schools, casinos, campuses, gyms... basically any business that has important physical assets to maintan can get a lot of use out of a good CMMS.
While different CMMS providers offer different spectrum of features, the core list of fetures is the same across the board. And there is a good reason for that: everybody needs them. CMMS is often used to run proactive maintenance strategies like preventive and predictive maintenance. To be able ot do that efficiently, you need to have a set of interconnected features that work together.
Those features are Work order management and maintenance calendar for schedulling and managing maintenance work, Dashboards and reports for tracking and adjusting maintenance work, and spare parts inventory management to ensure maintenance technicians have tools and spare parts to do their job properly.
With that in mind, guys at Limble CMMS decided to take a deep look at their internal data from 2019. to see in which measure do their clients actually use all of these CMMS features. The results of that research is neatly presented in the infographic below.
infographic by: limblecmms.com