Maintenance Management System

Running a successful business requires a big deal of time spent on standard compliance and responding to audits.

If to explain it in simplest terms, a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) is a centralized database that contains information about the business maintenance activities.

Its application is quite universal. It’s not only used to assess the impact of the mistakes made in the past but also to administer current operations and forecast trends relevant to the workflow.

That said, great computerized maintenance management solutions are a good fit for any organization that cares for compliance, asset management, well-organized budgets and, of course, competitiveness.


Building and Manufacturing, Hospitality, Real Estate etc





UpKeep is a mobile first asset management solution built with the aim to improve and simplify the work order process. It’s main goal is to allay all the pain points that so many businesses face nowadays. It’s a management tool to communicate with technicians who are in the field and a portal for technicians to respond to urgent issues. CMMS helps reduce downtime and provides sophisticated reporting by closely monitoring the maintenance. All the data is backed and securely stored in the cloud and available anywhere from any device. A significant feature is deep customization. Work order forms can be flexibly customized to measure value, create checklists, track statuses etc. Business can easily adjust any part of the system to create a tailored solution representing the company processes. Many big companies, such as Unilever, Yamaha, McDonald’s, Marriott and others have proven it’s an up-to-date, intuitive, highly efficient maintenance management system.



Cool technological products could hardly be delivered without overcoming technological challenges. And one of the major ones is of usability and deep customization. Each business is different in many ways which obviously has a reflection on the workflows making them unique. UpKeep is a platform built to be able to accomodate that by allowing deep customization possibilities. This allows to fine-tune basically any part of the workflow to be able to almost perfectly match company processes. At the same time the system needs to remain very intuitive and easy to use and navigate. Technicians, especially the ones who are in the field, should spend their time maintaining the assets rather than fiddling with the maintenance management system.

Business value

Maintenance management solution helps maximize the asset performance, control costs and obviously improve operations. A great benefit of a CMMS is that it allows you to schedule preventive maintenance and see all work orders that have to be done while keeping track of the spare parts or inventory. It keeps other key performance and condition information such as maintenance history, warranties and other important information relative to an asset. By keeping and aggregating all of the information about the assets and work orders the system allows detailed reporting allowing to create visualizations of reports and key performance indicators.


The platform eliminates all the fussy paperwork which was needed to manage assets and the associated costs. It also presents savings and benefits that are quit substantial. In addition, many companies have seen productivity gains when deploying mobile devices for technicians to download work orders, input parts and view the history of maintenance. But most importantly, it has all the features to assist any organization in moving to a more planned environment.

The software does not only allow for accurate forecasting but most importantly contributes to longer equipment life.

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