A web-based CMMS system designed by FacilityDude.
Asset Essentials (formerly MaintenanceEDGE) gives you the power to manage your facility with centralized requests, automated maintenance workflow, and simple reporting to protect your assets. Easy to implement and use, you’ll extend the life of your buildings and equipment, decrease liability, and lower operating costs without any significant upfront investment. The web-based CMMS brings two major benefits to your facility: lower costs and increased productivity.
Planned Maintenance brings the future into the present by creating daily, weekly, monthly, and annual maintenance schedules. It also generates and automatically assigns planned maintenance work orders and displays scheduled tasks on an interactive calendar.
Planned Maintenance integrates seamlessly with Work Order, and the combination of the two enables you to make more accurate workload forecasts. You’ll be ready for routine jobs and seasonal issues, and with the addition of the Critical Alarm module, you can integrate PM work orders with your existing Building Automation and Energy Management Systems.
When you’re monitoring work orders in real-time with no trace of concern, you’ll agree that planning is the best antidote for panic.
The powerful Work Order tool is the linchpin of the Asset Essentials suite. This module enables you to receive and assign work requests, schedule and manage maintenance for techs or vendors, automatically record labor and purchase transactions, and access all your data via built-in performance reports. Programmable logic allows you to automate the approval and assignment of work requests.
Convenience - Access your work order data online anytime, anywhere, from any computer.
Productivity - Reduce data entry and phone calls for work requests.
Reporting - Generate simple yet detailed reports on work order status, costs, and more.
Customer Satisfaction - Automated communication keeps customers in the loop.
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