CMMS continues to evolve over the years due to strategic, human and technological factors. Maintenance technicians and programs need to stay current with facility modernization across many different industries. There are many recent developments that are impacting maintenance management.

IIoT (Internet of Things) – As buildings and machines become more automated, they’re more able to express sensor readings, breakdowns, and predictive maintenance.  A proper CMMS can record this information and generate actionable responses to it.

Mobile Technology – Maintenance work has never been a desk job. And now maintenance software has risen to this challenge by making it easier to access via phone or tablet.

Data Analytics – Although you can get a lot out of a CMMS, analytics and AI tools make it easier to search and work with your data in meaningful ways in order to understand and predict the efficiency of their buildings and assets.

Outside Contractors – As companies expand and technology changes, the traditional workforce is changing with it. Some assets require specialized attention that is better handled by outside work. This work also needs to be recorded and planned with a suitable CMMS program.

Compliance Issues – When it comes to meeting regulatory compliance standards, there is no room for error. Up-to-date CMMS software helps maintenance managers ensure that current maintenance standards for facilities and equipment are established and followed.

Proteus CMMS offers you free demonstrations, obligation free quotes and project consultations to get your maintenance strategy up and running so you can look forward to more efficient, streamlined, cost-effective procedures across the business. Call +1-262-241-3845 for more information.