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Hospitality and facilities managers have to keep close track of assets, redundant parts, and other necessary supplies. Computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) have become a commonplace tool in hotels and office buildings because they can coordinate complex operations with ease.


Tracking, Planning, and More


A CMMS helps facilities management in many ways, including:


  • Recording the maintenance performed on HVAC, elevators, escalators, and other essential systems
  • Tracking supply usage to anticipate restocking
  • Keeping careful accounting for public works reporting and other oversight considerations
  • Monitoring the operational hours associated with pieces of equipment
  • Looking ahead to upcoming maintenance needs


Everything You Need

Employees can use the CMMS to access comprehensive data about best practices, equipment usage, and much more. As you can see, a CMMS provides an authoritative, centralized repository for essential information of all kinds.

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