Different companies have different requirements, but overall key CMMS features continue to be used. When you think how these apps interconnect, that's not shocking.
If you want to run a proactive maintenance plan, you need the ability to schedule PMs and start Work Orders, you need to be able to assign specific technicians to specific equipment, and you need dashboards and reports that allow you to monitor ongoing work. If there is one of those features missing, then the whole thing will fall apart.
This is why all core features are used proportionally the same and why they have been adopted in one type or another by the majority of CMMS on the market.How does maintenance work in a CMMS app translate? Well, the most direct comparison would be that a technician's maintenance activity is monitored in a CMMS on a given task.
You may categorize almost all maintenance tasks as either Word Orders, PMs or Job Requests. So, the features that we'll mention in this section are those that help you manage all those maintenance tasks.
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