CMMS Directory

Computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) give managers the power to make smarter decisions. Here's a summary of applications to start the CMMS specification process

By MS Editorial Staff  

Year Intro./ Price Hardware
Database Modules & Functions
24/7 Systems Inc.
1998/ $250 per concurrent seat per month Internet access/ Windows Explorer browser SQL server Equipment reliability management, equipment lifecycle tracking
TabWare EFx
Version 6.1 released in 2006/ Based on concurrent users
Scales from 1 to 10,000+ users; small number of users can have application and database server on small server; large number will need two servers./ Application server: Windows 2003 Database server: Microsoft SQL or Oracle Microsoft SQL Server 2003 or 2005; Oracle 9i Equipment, event module, work order, planning and scheduling, preventive maintenance, inventory, requisition, purchasing, resources, supplier, mobile maintenance, mobile inventory, invoice matching, set-up module, security
Benchmate Systems Inc.
1985/ Single user: $1,995; Five users: $2,995-$8,995 Pentium II at 265 MHz or greater; 25 MB free disk space for program; 25-150 MB for database/ Windows XP Professional or 2000; 128 MB RAM; 5 MB RAM for software C-tree database library by Faircom Corp. Equipment, work orders, preventive maintenance, trouble calls, service log, spare parts, bar coding, lockout/tagout, inventory and purchasing, reporting
Building Engines Inc.
Building Engines Operations Platform
2001/ Varies by installation No requirements; system is completely hosted, web-based, and wireless; compatible with any browser/ Linux; MAC OS X; Windows 2000, Server 2003, Vista, XP Oracle 10g Broadcast messaging, date reminders, document management, e-mail workflow, incident reporting/tracking, preventive maintenance, visitor access, work order, reporting, fire and life safety event, documentation and group management
CyberMetrics Corp.
FaciliWorks 8i (web-based)
NA/ Starts at $7,999 per license Pentium 4 at 2.4 GHz or higher; 200 MB of free space; 4 GB memory or more/ Windows 2000/2003 with IIS 5 or higher; Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1.4322 Windows 2000/ 2003 Server; SQL Server 2000/2005 Inventory and purchasing, scheduling and task management, standards and compliance, storage and receiving of records, improved reliability
2001/ Depends on number of users For one user: Pentium III at 1 GHz; 1 GB RAM; 5 GB free disk space/Windows SQL Inventory, assets, purchasing, work orders, work requests, contacts, resources, scheduling, general ledger, reports, fluids and fueling
Eagle Technology Inc.
Version 9.6.4 released in 2007/ $5,000-$75,000 PC platform recommended at 1 GHz; 512 MB; 100 MB for Professional database, 725 MB for Enterprise database; CD-Rom/ Windows 2000 Pro with SP4 or later; Windows XP Pro with SP1 or later; Windows Vista SQL Server; SQL Express; Oracle Building automation BACnet interface, multi-lingual capability, multi-cycle scheduling, import utility, audit trail, barcode, ERP interface module, equipment load, preventive maintenance, mobile interface, web-based service request
eMaint Enterprises LLC
1997/ $40 per month per user PC/Microsoft running IE 6.0 or higher Visual FoxPro Preventive maintenance, work orders, inventory management, purchasing, reporting
EPAC Software Technologies Inc.
1999/ Starts at $1,295 per concurrent customer Workstation: 800 MHz or above; 256 MB RAM
Server: 2 GHz or above; 1 GB storage; Internet access/Windows 2000/200 Server/Me/2003 Server/XP/Vista
Database Access; SQL; Oracle Work orders, preventive maintenance, scheduling, inventory, purchasing, web-based, mobile capabilities
FAMIS Software Inc.
1982/ Varies Based on anticipated load, which is a function of active concurrent users/ Windows 200x or UNIX Oracle 10g R1 or 10g R2 Maintenance management, inventory control, tool control, key control, utility management, facility assessments, space planner, system coordination, capital projects
Field & Screens Inc.
Work Order Wonder
1995/ $2,450 for basic version; there are three versions
Desktop PC, client/server, or web browser/Windows 2000, XP, Vista Microsoft Access or SQL Property, tenant and vendor history, unscheduled work orders, equipment, tasks, preventive maintenance, inventory, billing, reporting
FM: Systems
FM: Interact Maintenance Management
1998/ Depends on number of users Server: Pentium 4 at 2 GHz, Xeon dual CPU at 3 GHz; 512 MB RAM, 2 GB; 1 GB free disk space, 2 GB Client: Pentium III at 1 GHz; 256 MB RAM, 512 MB; 300 MB of free disk space/ Client: Windows XP or 2004 SP4 (32-bit) Server: Windows server 2003 or 2000 SP4 Client/Server version supports Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and 2005; and Oracle 9i and 10g Preventive maintenance, building equipment inventory, report creation, survey administration, space management, strategic planning, real estate and portfolio management, asset management, move management, service requests, project management, room scheduling
Mainstream Software Inc.
1995/ $1,400 per license or $120 a month per license
Pentium III or greater running Windows 2000 or Windows XP; 2356 MB RAM or greater; 200 MB free disk space/ Microsoft Windows 98 SE/2000/XP SQL Server 2000 Work order management, demand and preventive maintenance, asset management, client request web site, time card, vendor management, reporting, accounts receivable/payable, inventory and purchase orders
Mapcon Technologies Inc.
Mapcon Professional
1982/ Starts at $495 PC or Windows server/ All Windows systems Revelation Integrated security, work requests, work orders, human resources and time cards, equipment management, failure analysis, purchase requisitions and orders, safety procedures, calibrations
MicroMain Corp.
Maintenance Management
1991/ $12,500 Windows-based PC with 500 MHz processor or higher; 250 MB disk space; 128 MB RAM/ Windows 2000 with SP3 or higher; Windows XP SQL Server 2000 SP 3/3a; SQL Server 2005 Mobile work orders, tool tracking, time sheet, inventory, web request, key tracking
MicroWest Software Systems Inc.
2006/ $1,500-$50,000 Client: Windows 1998 and higher Server: Windows 2000 and higher/ Windows SQL; Oracle, Pervasive, MS Access Imaging, work request, web request, e-mail request, calibration, auto logout/exit, fleet, asset, security, print routing, repairable parts, purchasing, training/implementation
Phoenix Data Systems Inc.
2005/ Single-user systems start at $2,395; multi-user at $3,995 Two servers recommended;
Server: Dual Intel Zeon processors, 3.06 GHz with 533 MHz front side bus; Client: 2.20 GHz processor, 20 GB hard drive/ Server: Windows 2000 or 2003 Client: Windows XP or 2000 Professional
Server: Microsoft SQL Server 2000 or higher Client: Novel or Windows Equipment information, preventive maintenance scheduling, work orders, labor productivity, customer service, data managers, dispatch center, contracts management, purchasing, archive
1998/ Varies Data back-ends from IBM Maximo, SAP, Tririga, PICS and others/ Windows server 2000/2003 Oracle 8i, 9i and 10g; SQL Server 2000 and 2005; XML; Java Work orders, task tracking, real-time scheduling, meter-reading recordings, data capturing, follow-up service requests, equipment measurement points collection
Techs4Biz Corp.
1999/ $3,000-$200,000 Any Windows OS with minimum Pentium 4 at 500 MHz/ Windows SQL Server; MS Access; IIS; ASP.NET Asset management, inspection management, facilities management, compliance management
Thinkage Ltd.
1998/ NA Basic: 7 MB disk space; 30-40 MB for database
Advanced: Pentium 4 at 3 GHz, and 1 GB RAM for Windows XP or Server 2003/ Windows XP Pro or higher
Basic: Open architecture
Advanced: MS SQL Server 2005
Equipment and space management, preventive maintenance, work orders, reporting, labor management, work requests, administration, purchasing and receiving
TMA Systems LLC
1988/ Client-hosted solutions: $7,000-$150,000+
Subscription service: $2,000-$20,000+ annually
Server: Pentium 4 class or better/ Server: Windows 2000/2003; Macintosh OS X
Client: Windows Vista, XP, 2000; Macintosh OS X
Microsoft SQL or Oracle Work orders, preventive maintenance management, materials management, project management, contract management, asset management, space management, fleet management, custodial management, room inspections, utility management, mobile solutions

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