Web-Based CMMS Software

Full-service software solutions now are accessible from any device with an Internet connection. Web-based CMMS software is changing the maintenance management profession at all levels. Its impact is particularly significant, though, for small organizations better able to compete thanks to affordable, enterprise-level applications.

What Can Web-Based CMMS Software Do for Your Maintenance Operation?

Many maintenance professionals are discovering these major advantages:

  • Reduced IT spending: Because web-based CMMS software applications are located elsewhere, maintenance operations no longer need to enlist expensive (and often unavailable) IT support to set up and maintain technology infrastructure.
  • Lower hardware costs: Because a web-based CMMS runs on external servers, many organizations have discovered they spend less on heavy-duty hardware in the office, particularly on PCs and internal servers.
  • Subscription-based pricing: Also called Software as a Service (SaaS), software subscription payment plans allow organizations to streamline budgets by eliminating heavy upfront investment and spreading costs over time.
  • Mobilization: Mobile technology is a natural fit for the maintenance industry, and web-based CMMS means maintainers can access data anytime and anywhere with Internet-enabled devices, like laptops, smartphones, or tablets.
  • Lower training costs: Improved web-based and app-based user interfaces that mimic popular personal-use applications can minimize the learning curve on hardware and software.
  • Easy scalability: Adding a new user? Expanding your reporting capabilities? Web-based CMMS software makes these changes easy, so you can keep up in a fast-changing environment.
  • Data security: No more worrying about hard drive failures or data-loss catastrophes. With web-based CMMS software, your data is backed up and secured in a professionally managed environment.

Cloud computing helps maintenance operations get applications up and running faster while reducing onsite implementation and management costs. By virtually eliminating the need for highly trained, expensive internal IT teams, the biggest skill barrier to implementing CMMS is removed. Your maintenance team will save time and money getting your CMMS system working—and you’ll be able to get on to the real work of maintaining and repairing critical assets.

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Web-based CMMS software from MPulse can help make your maintenance operations more productive and more efficient, whatever your needs.