In the rapidly shifting industrial space, Fluke and eMaint form a comprehensive reliability company committed to serving maintenance and operations teams.
“eMaint brings not only world-class software development but the sales and customer support to help maintenance professionals succeed,” said Fluke President Wes Pringle. “I couldn’t be more excited to welcome the eMaint team to the Fluke family.”
Fluke acquired eMaint computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to ensure our offerings can keep up with the changing digital landscape. eMaint leadership in CMMS combined with the strength of the Fluke brand and expertise supports users through connected data, systems and teams.
Since the acquisition, Fluke has doubled down on Industrial Internet of Things technologies to create Fluke Reliability—a digital arm of the main Fluke organization—further solidifying our dedication to emerging technologies.
“Both eMaint and Fluke have unequaled passion for providing the best solutions to our customers,” said eMaint CEO and President Brian Samelson. “The synergy between the companies unlocks tremendous potential.”
eMaint, an award-winning CMMS or EAM (enterprise asset management) software platform, serves more than 50,000 customers in 55 countries around the globe.
“Our customers will be able to combine the forces of eMaint’s powerful cloud-based CMMS with Fluke’s world-renowned test tools and sensors,” Brian continued. “Revolutionizing the maintenance and reliability experience for a new age of connected people, devices, and systems.”
Would you like to learn more? Please read how Fluke Reliability and eMaint continue to be a game changer in industrial spaces.