Fluke and eMaint Snag Plant Engineering Product Of The Year Awards

Fluke’s Conditioning Monitoring is the winner of the Maintenance Tools & Equipment category, and its eMaint CMMS took top prize in the Maintenance Software category at the Plant Engineering 2016 Product of the Year Awards. Fluke Condition Monitoring provides comprehensive picture of asset health. It is a cloud-based software platform combined with electrical, temperature, and power quality monitoring devices to support condition-based maintenance programs. Software aggregates data streams, pooling inspection data with live-stream monitoring and historical records.

 

Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) from eMaint enables management of work orders and work requests, preventive maintenance, purchasing and inventory control, planning and scheduling, asset history, cost tracking, condition monitoring, and document storage. Reportedly one of the first providers of CMMS to offer a completely web-based "Software as a Service" model, the company has leveraged continuous software updates combined with support to expand their global footprint.

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http://www.emaint.com

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