How Maintenance Management Software Helps Government Agencies

With all the attention on Washington DC, it’s easy to lose sight of local government agencies and municipalities, especially when it comes to managing maintenance. From aging facilities and road repairs to maintaining compliance standards, managing maintenance is a constant challenge for the public sector. While associated costs are increasing, budgets are shrinking, and these organizations are being asked to do more with less.

So, what can eMaint do to help? Our CMMS solution can help government organizations extend the life of critical assets, increase transparency, accountability, security as well as help organize and manage these repair projects. Because governments work to serve the people, the constant communication and information flow requires employees to have the most up-to-date information readily available. With Document Storage, you can upload, store and share your external documents right from eMaint CMMS.
An effective CMMS can also enable organizations to:

  • Establish PM schedules to help extend the life of assets, and save money in the process
  • Develop long-term asset life cycle reports on critical assets
  • Improve decision-making processes by accessing real-time data through these fully-customizable reports
  • Optimize labor productivity through better planning and scheduling, which can be used on any browser-based device

One of eMaint’s Government agency clients, Kane County Forest Preserve, saved $52,000 by implementing a Preventive Maintenance program through eMaint:

“eMaint has allowed me to lower maintenance costs significantly on over 70 vehicles and 200 pieces of forestry equipment without incurring overtime by implementing a PM program and tracking warranty repairs,” said Gene C., Mechanic, Kane County Forest Preserve.

To learn even more about what eMaint CMMS can do for Government agencies and to read up on Kane County’s full success story and stories from our other clients, visit our Government & Public Sector page.

2017-04-21T00:00:08+00:00April 21, 2017|Best Practices|