Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) is the process of maintaining and controlling physical assets and equipment throughout their life cycles. With UpKeep, it’s easy to track warranties, maintenance, depreciation, decommission of your assets, and much more.
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.
As you evaluate your options, make sure the EAM tool you choose offers these essential features.
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.
One Centralized Command Center for Maintenance and Reliability Teams
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:
Reduction in technician time spent filing work orders and locating asset information
Return on Investment
Savings from avoided production downtime
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.
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.
UpKeep is consistently rated best-in-class for value for money, ease-of-use, functionality, and customer support. There’s a reason UpKeep has more 5-star reviews than any other CMMS, APM, EAM and Maintenance Software vendor.
“With nearly 340 different machines in our work environment, it’s an impossible task to manually assign and track PM’s. With UpKeep we can schedule regular maintenance without overlapping tasks with other critical jobs.”