Maintenance Connection

1 Review 5/5

A web-based CMMS and EAM system designed by Maintenance Connection, an Accruent company.

Product Overview

Maintenance Connection is a cloud-based Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) that offers extensive functionality for managing the lifecycle of a company’s assets. It includes work order management, asset management, preventive/predictive maintenance, inventory management, and calibration management. The software is designed to enhance preventative maintenance and improve uptime to increases productivity and reduce stock outs.

Maintenance Connection’s inventory management capabilities include features like barcode generation and stock level notifications. The software also has over 150 prebuilt reports and customization options.


  • Plans include automatic monthly software upgrades
  • Offers a wide variety of customizations


  • Mobile app is not as comprehensive as desktop version
  • MC University information is outdated

Target Market

Medium to large-sized companies or other work environments where managing a large volume of assets and work orders is critical.

About Maintenance Connection

Video Overview

Features of Maintenance Connection

  • Web-Based CMMS Software
  • Work Order Tracking
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Asset Management
  • Asset Tracking
  • Built-in Maintenance Procedure Libraries
  • Inventory Tracking
  • Purchasing
  • Maintenance Scheduling
  • Service Requests
  • Report Writer

My Dashboard

The Dashboard gives users an overview of how the organization is running by showing Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) such as Backlog Hours, Mean Time Between Failures, and Response Times. The Dashboard also allows users to quickly view reports that have been previously defined in the Report Writer.


Upon logging on to the Maintenance Reporter, user are presented with a list of report groups on the left with corresponding reports on the right. The Maintenance Reporter is fully integrated within the Maintenance Manager application, alleviating the need to switch applications. The Maintenance Reporter is available as a stand-alone application for individuals not needing the features of the Maintenance Manager–rather needing just reporting functionality.

Pricing Details

Maintenance Connection pricing is determined by deployment. The cloud-based Professional plan pricing starts at $110 per month per named user. The add-on mnative offline app and TWC is $58 per month per Professional plan subscription. Users can pay annually instead, adding up to $1,325 per year per named user. The app is then $700.

On-premise deployment of the Professional plan is $216 per month per named user, and the native app is $86 per month. Paying annually results in a price of $2,600 per year, and the app is $1,040 per year.

Starting Price
$110 /user/month
Price Range Learn More
   $     $     $     $     $   
   $     $     $     $     $   

Product Overview

Related Products

  • eMaint CMMS
    A Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) from Fluke Corporation.
  • Hippo CMMS
    A web-based computerized maintenance management software application.
  • MicroMain
    A web-based CMMS/EAM system designed by MicroMain Corporation.
  • FastMaint CMMS
    A CMMS system designed by SMGlobal.
  • eWorkOrders
    A CMMS system designed by Information Professionals Inc.

User Reviews of Maintenance Connection

Submitted on April 15th, 2019 by Aaron Green

We are the waste water department and have 130,000+ assets that includes all linear assets and manholes and things like that. We have 150-200 employees and we do 1,000 work orders a day. We have a lot of crews out there in the streets.

We’ve been using Maintenance Connection since 2007. Before that we were using Hyper PM and paper. It was a very paper based system.

We took the process and looked at it and thought “how can we follow the approvals how can we follow tha tasks list and manage items in our warehouse?”

We became completely paperless. We can pick parts we want to order, it goes to the management for approval, goes to the warehouse to let them know it’s ready and needs to be fulfilled via the message center and notifications. It notifies management once it’s been shipped and it’s all electronic.