What is a Web-Based CMMS and Why Do You Need It?

A Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) is a vital tool for businesses of all sizes that maintain or operate equipment. However, there are many different systems on the market and they are not all created equal. A web based CMMS is the best option available today. When you opt for a web based CMMS, it is easy to use, accessible everywhere, and updates automatically. This ensures that you always have the latest information at your fingertips. If you’re looking for a comprehensive CMMS that will help keep your business running smoothly, look no further than a web-based system.

What is a Web Based CMMS?

First, a CMMS is a type of software that helps businesses manage their maintenance needs. A web based CMMS, or cloud-based CMMS, is one that can be accessed online, from any device with an internet connection. In some cases, and in the case of Redlist’s CMMS, the software will also offer an offline capability so your employees in the field never lose access even if they have a poor cell signal.

This type of CMMS has many benefits, including streamlined communication and coordination among team members, reduced paperwork, and improved data security. If you’re looking for a way to improve your business’ maintenance operations, a web based CMMS may be the solution you need.

Why Should You Use a Web Based CMMS?

Before technology innovations made it possible to store your data in the cloud, CMMS software was only available as a server-based platform. The issue with a server-based CMMS is that you have to have your own server to host the software and your data. This comes with a higher upfront cost and the requirement to backup and maintain your servers on a regular basis. When you go with a web-based option, the software vendor manages all of this for you. They either store your data on their server or with a third party. Then, you access your data with an internet connection to this remote server via the cloud.

Benefits of a Cloud-Based CMMS

A web based CMMS can bring a wealth of benefits to business owners and their maintenance teams. By allowing users to access their maintenance data from anywhere with an internet connection, a web based CMMS can make it easier for businesses to keep track of their maintenance operations and avoid costly downtime. Additionally, by automating many of the tasks associated with maintenance management, a web based CMMS can help businesses save time and money. When you opt for a web-based system instead of a server-based CMMS, you also experience these benefits:

  • Lower upfront cost.
  • Faster setup and implementation.
  • No server maintenance or upgrades.
  • Flexible data storage plans that grow with you.
  • Accessible from anywhere, even in the field.
  • Efficient data syncing putting real-time data in your hands.
  • Redlist’s offline capability to ensure you always have access to your data.
  • Integration with the camera on mobile devices to include photos and videos in inspection reports or work orders.

Take Control of Your Asset Management with a Web Based CMMS

Web Based CMMS

Cloud data storage has made CMMS software more affordable than ever before. Companies and maintenance teams of all sizes can now reap the benefits of a CMMS. Redlist’s web based CMMS comes in a mobile app that you and your team can access on web browsers, computers, and your mobile devices (such as smartphones or tablets). By transitioning from paper or spreadsheet-based maintenance to a digital system, you centralize your data and streamline processes for your team. Because of this, a web based CMMS can actually help you reduce downtime, improve your maintenance plan, save money, and increase production. If you’re like most business owners, you’re always looking for ways to make your operations more efficient and cost-effective. Our web based CMMS can help you do just that. Book a free demo today!

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