Configure this: MicroMain teams for Facilligence for Web-based maintenance management
Asset and facility management software provider MicroMain is partnering with enterprise asset management (EAM) specialist Facilligence LLC to deliver highly configurable maintenance management software to customers requiring Web-based systems with no client footprint.
This software also meets the needs of organizations that require integration with building automation systems, accounting systems, and other business systems.
MicroMain software also will be provided by Facilligence for customers who require capital planning, drawing-enabled space planning, and extensive mobile options.
“Facilligence software is highly configurable, as is MicroMain software,” says Pat Conroy, President of MicroMain. “For example, security options in Facilligence—which were developed for government and corrections industries—can be set at a very granular level regarding rights and roles. With MicroMain, organizations can utilize specific functionality for different maintenance needs—such as wireless work orders, parts inventory using handhelds, and asset tracking with mobile PCs.”
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