For the third and final blog of our three part Cloud Computing series, we would like to tell you how to get started with our CMMS cloud software products, MMX Connect and Proteus MMX. In Part 1 and Part 2 we mentioned that the setup for CMMS cloud software is very straightforward! Eagle Technology follows
Part 1 of our cloud computing blog series introduced the general scope of cloud software and how it differs from traditional, on-premise software. For Part 2, CMMS in the Cloud, we would like to share some advantages of using CMMS software in the cloud! Setup It is very easy to set up CMMS cloud software.

CMMS and Beer, Who Knew?

As a Wisconsin company, we appreciate beer. We aren’t talking about production here, or drinking on the job. We are talking about your boss buying you beers after you have lowered your annual budget costs by at least 5 percent. Yes, implementing a CMMS (computerized maintenance management software) solution could save your company that much
The nature of how we use software is changing. Normally installed from a CD and managed by IT staff, many software companies now offer cloud software. So what’s the deal with cloud software? The “cloud” in “cloud software” simply refers to the internet. Cloud software runs from the internet on servers provided by a software

One Company, One System

Facilities managers are responsible for maintenance, budget and business planning, as well as life safety and security. In many cases, facilities managers handle multiple buildings. It’s a big job, and even a medium-sized headquarters can get 50,000 maintenance requests each year, and quadruple that number of preventive maintenance work orders. On top of all of

Take the Time to Learn Your CMMS

Buying CMMS software is one thing, learning how to use it and reap the rewards is another. The lack of time and training, too few of staff, installation, and improper software implementation all play a part in how some companies miss out on the powerful benefits of CMMS software. One thing at Eagle Technology is
The outlook of the U.S. Manufacturing sector has finally taken a positive turn. In recent years factory jobs have started to rise after decades of decline. Over the past 4 years, factory jobs have increased and overall factory output has risen in recent months. The general upturn in U.S. manufacturing is a result of favorable

The Internet of Things: IoT

Lately the term: the Internet of Things (IoT), has been circulating the internet. The IoT stands for a network of physical objects that are connected through the Internet, and function automatically without human involvement. This concept has been around since the late 90s when internet networks were taking shape. As the internet has evolved over
Over half of all facilities and maintenance managers use manual paper-based methods to track their assets, schedule maintenance and work orders. Although it is very important to keep up with assets and schedules, traditional methods are cumbersome and do not capture data accurately. CMMS software is rapidly replacing traditional methods due to accurate data capture
Our Proteus CMMS software offers real-time solutions in facilities management, but did you know that a real-time component is available for manufacturers? Eagle Technology’s Proteus software will soon integrate with programmable logic controllers (PLCs). A PLC was designed to replace the necessary sequential relay circuits for machine control. They monitor the state of input devices
Eagle Technology has been selling and supporting their CMMS software internationally for over 25 years. We have over 3,000 users in 35 different countries throughout the world and our facility and asset management software is translated into 16 different languages. In fact, our customers such as Eagle Ottawa and Jabil Circuit use our software to
Did you know that manufacturers spend as much as 40% of their operating costs on maintenance? That doesn’t include downtime either. Most companies have a system in place to carry out short-term demand maintenance strategies, but to truly reduce downtime and maintenance expenses, a preventive maintenance strategy must be factored into the overall maintenance strategy.
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