Saasmaint.com Delivers Saasmaint Essentials on the Force.com Platform to Provide Maintenance Management (EAM/CMMS) Capabilities in the Cloud

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Saasmaint.com today announced the availability of Saasmaint Essentials on Force.com, salesforce.com’s cloud computing platform, delivering maintenance management capabilities in the cloud to customers. Saasmaint Essentials is a Force.com native application, benefiting from the reliability, scalability and performance of salesforce.com’s trusted enterprise cloud computing platform.

Saasmaint Essentials is a full enterprise asset management (EAM) suite designed to meet the needs of the maintenance department in capital-intensive industries where physical assets such as buildings, infrastructure and equipment form a significant proportion of the total assets of the organization. Saasmaint Essentials includes everything needed to run a work order based maintenance operation including:

  • Asset Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Planning & Scheduling
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Work Management
  • Dashboards & KPIs
  • Document Management
  • Reporting
  • Workflow

“In today’s economy, companies with maintenance departments are looking for ways to reduce the cost of operations while simultaneously increasing the useful life of equipment and assets, said Mike Rarer, co-founder and principal, Saasmaint.com. “EAM solutions can play a key role in helping those companies effectively and efficiently deploy preventive maintenance best practices to achieve these objectives. But until now, those same companies were faced with high software license fees, high annual maintenance fees and lengthy implementations. For some, those costs have been historically too high to justify the implementation of a computerized maintenance management solution. With Saasmaint Essentials, we’ve introduced an offering that makes maintenance management affordable for everyone by delivering it in the cloud on the Force.com platform.”

About Saasmaint.com
Saasmaint.com was created by former maintenance professionals who understand the needs of the enterprise asset management community and former software professionals who know how to deliver robust, affordable software solutions. Designed to improve the efficiency of scheduled and unscheduled work order based maintenance processes and to eliminate the risks associated with unplanned maintenance events, Saasmaint.com is an easy-to-use, on-demand Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) application. Since Saasmaint.com’s solutions are built on salesforce.com's Force.com platform, there are no hardware or software components to purchase, no lengthy software installs, and no annual maintenance fees. Every aspect of the solution is available on demand, from anywhere you can access the internet. The Saasmaint.com subscription-based pricing model makes the solution affordable for organizations of any size. You can use as much or as little of the application as you require, paying only for the users who need to access the system. Because Saasmaint.com leverages the power of the world’s most popular on demand platform from salesforce.com and because it is hosted in salesforce.com data centers around the world, no company is too big or too small to use the solution. For more information visit http://www.saasmaint.com.

About the Force.com Platform and AppExchange
Force.com is the only proven enterprise platform for building and running business applications in the cloud. The Force.com platform powers the Salesforce CRM (http://www.salesforce.com/) applications with more than 800 ISV partner applications like those from FinancialForce.com and Fujitsu, and more than 135,000 custom applications used by salesforce.com’s 67,900 customers such as Japan Post, Kaiser Permanente, KONE and Sprint Nextel.

Applications built on the Force.com platform can be easily distributed to the entire cloud computing community through the salesforce.com AppExchange marketplace at http://www.salesforce.com/appexchange/.

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