Blog Post

2024 Usage Guide for CMMS: Maximizing Efficiency and Reliability

Today, nearly all large and mid-sized manufacturers use some sort of CMMS to track and manage their maintenance activities. However, a surprising number of smaller companies are still using pen and paper, spreadsheet-based systems, and other manual processes.

Amissa Giddens
Published on January 16, 2024

Want to keep reading?

Good choice. We have more articles about maintenance!


CMMS Implementation Challenges | 7 Ways to Overcome Them

CMMS implementations might seem simple at first, but a staggering 70% of implementations fail. Learn how to avoid failure here.
View Article


Embracing Level One of the Maintenance Maturity Model: From Pen and Paper to CMMS

The vast majority of people today rely on technology in just about every aspect of their life. Devices, apps, and...
View Article


What Makes a Highly Effective CMMS?

Let's examine in detail what makes a highly effective CMMS, and how companies can measure effectiveness when making their selection.
View Article


Leading the Way to a Better Future for Maintenance and Reliability

Your asset and equipment data doesn't belong in a silo. UpKeep makes it simple to see where everything stands, all in one place. That means less guesswork and more time to focus on what matters.

Capterra Shortlist 2021
IDC CMMS Leader 2021
[Review Badge] GetApp CMMS 2022 (Dark)
[Review Badge] Gartner Peer Insights (Dark)
G2 Leader