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Software Advice: Company Offers New Tool for Maintenance Managers


July 23, 2015 — The maintenance management research team at Software Advice has published a comprehensive guide that shares three ways a CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) can increase machine uptime. Find the guide here.

Since 29 percent of prospective buyers currently have no software in place, and more surprisingly, 36 percent still use manual methods, the company's researchers wanted to share how important CMMS systems are for maintenance managers. 

They also developed a free and customizable tool that maintenance managers can use to quickly calculate their estimated amount of revenue loss per hour of machine downtime -- missed revenue many companies cannot afford to lose. 

Software Advice is a trusted resource for software buyers. It provides detailed reviews and research on thousands of software applications. Its team of software advisors provides free telephone consultations to help buyers build a shortlist of systems that will meet their needs.

Software Advice is a Gartner company. Gartner is the world's leading information technology research and advisory company.

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