• Strict Regulations from the FDA and Other Government Agencies
  • 100% Paper Based Maintenance Management Process
  • Laborious Auditing Preparation Process


  • Maintenance Connection’s Automated Reporting
  • Maintenance Connection’s Work Order Tracking Module
  • Maintenance Connection’s Preventive Maintenance (PM) Schedule


  • A Reduction in Reporting Time Required By Three to Four hours
  • Preventive Maintenance Schedules that Diminish Downtime
  • Improved Efficiencies that Helped Create a Better, Simpler and More Efficient way to Treat Patients.

"Before the Maintenance Connection rollout, we were 100% paper based. Previously, we had no automation. Our new process really beats having to go and look in filling cabinets."

Mike McCormick | Cook Medical

Case Study Summary: Cook Medical

Cook Medical is a medical device manufacturing company headquartered in Bloomington, Ind. Founded in 1963, Cook Medical has grown to employ nearly 2,500 people who help manufacturer medical devices for 135 countries.

Cook Medical produces more than 16,000 products for a variety of specialties, ranging from anesthesiology to plastic surgery to transplant surgery. With strict regulations from the FDA and other government agencies, Cook Medical needed a way to keep an organized database of all assets, past equipment failures, and service history for compliance purposes. But with a strictly paper- based system, Cook needed a way to streamline reporting processes and automate maintenance procedures.

That's when Cook Medical found Maintenance Connection's CMMS.

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