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Reduction in technician time spent filing work orders and locating asset information


Return on Investment


Savings from avoided production downtime

Source: Study conducted through a third party through Forrester. Download the full report here.

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Benefits of Our EAM Solution

Teams looking to optimize asset management and ROI rely on modern EAM software, which offers a variety of key advantages. UpKeep was named a top-rated EAM by Gartner Peer Insights.

Improve efficiency and increase productivity

Increase uptime, extend your asset lifetime, and improve overall quality by automating routine maintenance activities.

Enterprise reporting

Glean high-level insights into each facility, even how facilities compare, for intelligent decision making.

Never worry about your data

Never worry about losing the data that drives your business intelligence, as it’s securely backed up daily on the cloud.

Maintenance & Reliability Intelligence

UpKeep's EAM Software Features and Solutions

As you evaluate your options, make sure the EAM tool you choose offers these essential features.

    Boost productivity with mobile work orders, and gain robust insights to manage the full asset life cycle. With UpKeep’s asset management solution, you can even automate preventive maintenance tasks on your mobile device, so you can keep business running smoothly all the time.

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Asset Management for Equipment That You Can Count On With Customer-Proven ROI

Bring cost and revenue to the forefront under one umbrella to look past WHAT teams are doing to the impact they are making. In this Forrester Wave™ report featuring UpKeep, a manufacturing company was able to achieve incredible results, including:




Increase in preventative work to avoid production downtime

Centralized Command Center

It’s More Than a Traditional EAM Software — It’s an Asset Operations Management (AOM)

Traditional CMMS, EAM, and APM solutions are siloed, creating issues for maintenance, operations, and reliability teams that all need access to integrated data and insights. That’s why we developed the UpKeep Asset Operations Management platform. By implementing the right EAM solution that focuses on AOM, maintenance, reliability, and operations teams can gain the insights and control they need to maximize their work. UpKeep’s EAM capabilities offer an easy-to-use tool that ties everything together for a more efficient and effective operation. Grounded in managing asset life cycles, optimizing utilization, uncovering real-time performance data, and even automating preventive maintenance tasks, UpKeep can help your business get a leg up against competitors.

Drive reporting and analytics

Mine detailed data on each interaction to enhance performance.

Optimize resources

Free up technicians from manual work so they can focus on critical issues.

Reduce parts costs

Gain visibility into how many parts you actually need in inventory, and boost your free cash flow.

Decrease downtime

Companies that have implemented Asset Operations Management see a 10% to 40% reduction in unplanned downtime.

Leverage automation

Automate maintenance and asset management using workflow automation.

Streamline work management

Automatically load-balance tasks based on existing volume, without losing work orders.

EAM Software Use Case By Industry

Manufacturing & Plants

In various manufacturing sectors like automotive, aerospace, defense, electronics, industrial products, and consumer products, EAM systems seamlessly integrate with process management methodologies like Lean Six Sigma, enhancing overall operational efficiency and complementing product lifecycle management needs.

Government & Public Works

A government agency can utilize EAM to efficiently manage its infrastructure assets, such as roads, bridges, public buildings, and utilities, by implementing a centralized system that enables comprehensive asset tracking, preventive maintenance planning, budget allocation, and compliance management, leading to optimized asset performance, reduced downtime, and effective resource utilization.

Property Management

In property management, EAM can be employed to streamline the maintenance and management of various properties, enabling real-time tracking of assets, proactive maintenance scheduling, work order management, vendor coordination, and cost tracking, thereby improving operational efficiency, minimizing downtime, enhancing tenant satisfaction, and maximizing the overall value of the managed properties.


For restaurants, implementing EAM can enhance operational efficiency by automating inventory management, tracking equipment maintenance schedules, streamlining food preparation processes, optimizing supply chain management, and ensuring regulatory compliance, leading to reduced costs, improved customer service, and enhanced overall productivity and profitability.

Fleet Management

In fleet management, EAM can be utilized to effectively track and manage a fleet of vehicles, including maintenance schedules, fuel consumption, driver performance, and route optimization, resulting in improved fleet utilization, reduced downtime, lower fuel costs, enhanced safety and compliance, and ultimately, increased efficiency and profitability for the fleet management company.

Food & Beverage Manufacturing

In food and beverage manufacturing, EAM can optimize operational processes by enabling real-time monitoring of equipment performance, automated maintenance scheduling, inventory management, quality control, traceability of ingredients, and compliance with safety and regulatory standards, resulting in increased production efficiency, reduced downtime, improved product quality, enhanced supply chain visibility, and overall cost savings for the food and beverage manufacturing company.

Facility Management

In facility management, EAM can streamline the management of facilities by centralizing asset data, enabling preventive maintenance planning, tracking work orders, managing vendor contracts, monitoring facility conditions, and ensuring compliance with safety regulations, resulting in improved operational efficiency, reduced downtime, enhanced maintenance planning, increased tenant satisfaction, and optimized resource utilization for the facility management company.

Farming & Agriculture

In farming and agriculture, EAM can revolutionize operations by providing real-time monitoring of agricultural assets such as equipment, machinery, irrigation systems, and livestock, allowing for proactive maintenance, optimized resource allocation, precise inventory management, streamlined workflows, and data-driven decision-making, leading to increased productivity, reduced costs, improved crop yields, enhanced sustainability, and efficient farm management.


In the hospitality industry, EAM can significantly improve operations by effectively managing and maintaining assets such as guest rooms, common areas, HVAC systems, elevators, and other facilities, enabling proactive maintenance, streamlined work order management, efficient inventory tracking, optimized energy management, and guest satisfaction analytics, resulting in enhanced operational efficiency, reduced downtime, improved guest experiences, and increased profitability for hospitality businesses.

Churches & Non-Profits

For churches and non-profit organizations, EAM can facilitate efficient management of assets such as buildings, equipment, vehicles, and inventory, enabling proactive maintenance scheduling, resource allocation, volunteer coordination, and donation tracking, leading to cost savings, improved asset utilization, streamlined operations, enhanced accountability, and effective stewardship of resources for the organization's mission and community impact.

Energy & Utilities

Efficient transmission and distribution of water, wastewater, gas, and electric power necessitates the utilization of EAM systems capable of managing linear assets like pipelines or powerlines, while also addressing intricate crew scheduling and incorporating geospatial data from remote assets.

Gym & Fitness

In the context of gyms, EAM can optimize operations by effectively managing fitness equipment, facilities, maintenance schedules, member data, and inventory, allowing for proactive maintenance, streamlined equipment availability, automated membership tracking and scheduling, optimized supply management, and enhanced facility cleanliness and safety measures, leading to improved member satisfaction, increased operational efficiency, reduced equipment downtime, and overall profitability for the gym.


In healthcare, EAM solutions play a crucial role in handling the intricate interplay between facility and equipment readiness, encompassing asset tracking, locating critical assets, monitoring facility conditions, ensuring compliance with reporting requirements, and seamless integration with operational health information systems.

Schools & Higher Education

In schools and higher education institutions, EAM can streamline facility management by efficiently managing assets such as classrooms, laboratories, equipment, maintenance schedules, and technology infrastructure, enabling proactive maintenance planning, resource allocation, inventory management, work order tracking, and compliance with safety regulations, resulting in improved operational efficiency, reduced downtime, enhanced learning environments, optimized resource utilization, and cost savings for educational institutions.


Organizations have hundreds (if not thousands) of assets, including manufacturing equipment, transportation fleets, pipelines, and machinery, to name a few. Maintenance teams must maintain these investments correctly to extend asset lifetime and maximize value. 

This supervision involves tracking and managing numerous moving pieces throughout each asset's life cycle. Teams that lack the proper tools and processes often struggle to maintain their efficiency, productivity, and the quality and dependability of their equipment.

EAM software improves asset reliability, increases operational efficiency, reduces downtime, optimizes maintenance planning, and increases asset lifespan.

Yes, EAM software can be integrated with existing business systems. Upkeep’s EAM solution integrates seamlessly with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, financial software, procurement systems, work order systems, and other relevant applications to streamline data flow and enable seamless information sharing.

When choosing an EAM software, consider features like:

As an asset operations management platform, Upkeep’s EAM solution provides each of these features.

EAM software is suitable for organizations of all sizes. Many vendors offer solutions tailored to the needs and budgets of SMBs, allowing them to effectively manage their assets, increase efficiency, and achieve better returns on investment.

EAM software helps organizations comply with regulatory standards by enabling documentation and adherence to maintenance protocols, generating audit trails, providing real-time asset data, ensuring safety compliance, and supporting asset-related reporting and documentation.

The choice between cloud-based and on-premises EAM software depends on factors such as budget, IT infrastructure, data security requirements, and scalability needs. Cloud-based solutions offer flexibility, accessibility, and scalability, while on-premises solutions provide more control over data and infrastructure.

EAM software and CMMS software have different focuses and scopes. EAM software encompasses a broader range of asset management functions beyond maintenance management, including acquisition, operation, and disposal, while CMMS software is primarily geared towards maintenance activities. 

EAM software provides comprehensive asset management capabilities, including asset tracking, performance monitoring, and strategic decision-making based on asset data and analytics, whereas CMMS software is more focused on day-to-day maintenance tasks like work order management and preventive maintenance scheduling.

Additional Resources

Asset Operations - We wrote the book!


We Wrote the Book on Asset Operations!

UpKeep brought maintenance, reliability, and operations teams together in a new approach called Asset Operations Management. Now, we’ve written the book! We’re thrilled to announce the publication of Asset Operations: The Future of Maintenance, Reliability, and Operations.

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Buyer's Guide

The Definitive Buyer's Guide for Asset Operations Management Applications

A guide to help navigate asset operations management software selection to capitalize on digital-first efficiency gains where data and workflows are automated and connected.

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What Is Asset Operations Management?

Asset Operations Management threads together an organization’s technician services, passive and active data, and unique operational blueprint to make it easier and faster for every employee to get what they need to do their jobs successfully.

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"I have been using UpKeep for several years now and have found it to be a game-changer for our maintenance operations. What I appreciate most about UpKeep is their customer support team."

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