Subscription plans, the number of users and trackable assets, and other factors can affect the pricing of computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS). For example, entry-level CMMS software costs $29-$79/user/month, while subscription-based CMMS onboarding spans $600-$2,500 in upfront expenses.
|eMaint CMMS (Team)||$69/user/month||Max 3 user package||500MB storage; $100/year for additional 50GB|
|eMaint CMMS (Professional)||$85/user/month||3 or more users||100GB storage; $100/year for additional 50GB|
|eMaint CMMS (Enterprise)||$120/user/month||5 or more users||200GB storage; $100/year for additional 50GB|
|Hippo CMMS (Starter)||$35/user/month||Minimum 2 users||Free support, updates, data storage|
|Hippo CMMS (Plus)||$55/user/month||Minimum 2 users||Includes Hippo Mobile app|
|Hippo CMMS (Pro)||$75/user/month||Minimum 3 users||Includes Hippo Mobile app|
|microMain||$99/user/month admin license; $45/user/month technician license||NA||Cloud or on-premise|
CMMS costs vary depending on your specific needs, including the number of users requiring access, the number of assets and equipment you want to track, and additional features needed to personalize your software further.
User Count: CMMS providers generally offer cloud-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) pricing models. This allows flexibility to pick and choose which employees can use the CMMS system.
Some plans, like MicroMain, provide differing prices based on that user’s role in the company. For example, an offsite technician only needs basic access to work orders for $45/user/month. On the other hand, a supervisor requires an admin license for broader functionality at $99/user/month.
According to Comparesoft, most CMMS users are interested in software that supports 2-10 users.
Features: Most CMMS solutions include the following components in their standard plans, reducing downtime and streamlining facility management:
If you’re looking for a CMMS solution that goes beyond these standard features, you’ll need to upgrade to a more robust plan.
For example, the eMaint Team plan provides basic functionalities and 500MB of data storage, which is ideal for small businesses. However, a company scaling up in size should invest in the Professional plan for workflow management, multiple inventory location, interactive image mapping, equipment condition monitoring, and 100GB of storage.
Asset/Equipment Types and Quantity: Vendors charge depending on the types of assets maintained, the quantities stored in your system, and more. The Hippo Starter plan facilitates the management of up to 100 equipment items. Upgrade to the Hippo Plus plan to track up to 1,000 equipment items, or choose Hippo Pro for unlimited asset management.
Comparesoft reports that equipment and machinery are the most popular trackable CMMS assets, followed by properties and real estate.
eMaint Team is $69/user/month (3-user package) with mobile device access, unlimited support, software updates and upgrades, and 24/7 online training.
eMaint Professional is $85/user/month (3 or more users) with all Team features, interactive image mapping, automated workflows, work request options, and a sandbox staging account.
eMaint Enterprise is $120/user/month (5 or more users) with all Professional features, unlimited work request user logins, access to web API, and a multi-site toolkit.
Hippo Starter is $35/user/month (minimum of 2 users) for a single facility. Basic features include a maintenance request portal, parts and inventory, and up to 25 unique requesters and 100 equipment items.
Hippo Plus is $55/user/month (minimum 2 users) for multiple facilities/locations. Plus includes all Starter features, interactive maps, KPI dashboards and metrics, and up to 100 unique identifiers and 1,000 equipment items.
Hippo Pro is $75/user/month (minimum 3 users) for multiple facilities/locations. Pro includes all Plus features, purchase orders, API access, and unlimited requesters and equipment items.
MicroMain is $99/user/month per admin license and $45/user/month per technician license. Features include work order management, preventive and predictive maintenance, asset management, parts and inventory, workforce management and tracking, and QR code and barcode scanning.