A modern EAM can provide the scalable, flexible functionality your team needs – no matter your organization’s size, complexity, or number of sites.
An EAM provides a centralized view of enterprise-wide asset and facility data, helping to streamline information and reconcile language differences, tagging differences and more.
Powerful reporting and dashboard capabilities can cover many sites and departments, including inventory, finances and more.
An effective enterprise asset management program needs robust software that can scale up or scale down to meet your organization’s current needs. Maintenance Connection can provide straightforward CMMS functionality like work order management. It can also be extended to include EAM-level functionality like:
EAM software and best practices allow for true multi-site operations, helping to reconcile siloed information, get teams on the same page and find common ground across sites and systems. This is accomplished by an EAM’s ability to:
If you cannot effectively gather, assess, and use your equipment data, your operations will be inefficient and under-productive. EAM software can help you extract meaningful data to pinpoint maintenance needs and manage KPIs. EAM dashboards can specifically cover:
We depend on Maintenance Connection across our 104 airport locations. We use the software to maintain a variety of assets—from hangars to data centers, to fuel tanks, baggage systems, jet bridges, passenger boarding bridges and more.
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