Eagle’s Proteus MMX Facility Asset Management software not only helps facilities with their work order and maintenance needs, but it integrates with the vast majority of Building Automation Systems (including those from Johnson Controls, Honeywell, Tridium, Siemens, Schneider, and many more) to help smart buildings become even smarter! Visit our product page for more information.
Eagle’s Proteus MMX maintenance management software (CMMS) has been helping manufacturing plants for over 25 years to streamline preventive maintenance scheduling, inventory management, and reporting. Proteus MMX is versatile, scalable, easy to use, and yields powerful benefits through data capture and work order management. Visit our manufacturing site here.
Eagle’s Proteus MMX CMMS software can be purchased as cloud-based or SaaS solution software. Whether you want to store data in the cloud or keep the database on-site, Eagle’s software suits any size company. Eagle has also translated Proteus into 13 different languages, so that international companies can take advantage of the powerful benefits of a CMMS system. Visit our product page for more information.
If you’re considering a CMMS solution, our guess is that at some point your boss is going to ask for numbers to prove the worthiness of the investment. Your goal is simple – calculate an ROI. The C-Suite guys need a figure, and you’re going to give it to them. This might sound like an […]
Today, we want to discuss maintenance. More importantly, we want to talk about how maintenance differs from repair. Lots of people still confuse the two, but they couldn’t be more different. Repair is about minimizing damage and returning everything to normal. Maintenance, on the other hand, is about making sure repair never needs to happen. […]
You’ve heard of the cloud. You know that everyone’s information is up there bouncing around like little data pinballs, but did you know that the cloud can help your very non-cloud-like operation run better AND save you money? Let’s start by viewing your operation not as a building or a set of buildings but as […]