New eSSETS Case Study Highlights Implementation of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Software for Leavitt Machinery

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International developer of web-based facility and asset management systems partners with Canadian materials handling dealership to improve facility services and communication

Maintenance management system & CMMS cloud-based software solutions by eSSETS
The solution for Leavitt Machinery today consists of a fully integrated approach to asset management engineered to eliminate paper-based tracking, duplication, confusion, wasted time, effort and money.

eSSETS, a Missouri based innovator and leader in EAM, CMMS and facility software solutions announced today the release of a case study detailing the successful implementation of asset management software for Leavitt Machinery. The recent study examines the scope of the client’s operations and the day-to-day facility demands of multiple branch locations, then ends with an in-depth look at the utilization of eSSETS cloud-based Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software features. The result of a more efficient and cost effective workflow system leveraging the power of the Internet has been a better allocation of resources; saving Leavitt both time and money. A copy of the case study may be viewed here.

In business since 2001, Leavitt Machinery operates 25 branch locations in three provinces and two states with over 650 personnel. Rapid growth, future expansion plans, and their far-reaching geographical scope presented heavy challenges and placed demands on asset and facilities management. Brent Morris, Leavitt’s Facility Manager, is responsible for all branch facility support services, in addition to a long list of other duties. According to Mr. Morris, “Communication breakdowns coupled with a reliance on spreadsheets for tracking the high volume of service requests ultimately became unmanageable.” To maintain and further grow operations, an affordable facility management software solution was needed as a replacement for the labor-intensive processes.

In January of 2015, Leavitt Machinery contracted with eSSETS to provide an EAM software application and with it, overcome the challenges to facilities management efficiency. Upon successful implementation, the rewards of a flexible, functional and configurable system were realized. eSSETS CEO Paul Roberts notes, “The headaches associated with service requests from branch locations have been eliminated; Mr. Morris now has the ability to view, prioritize, assign, track and update all pending issues in real time.” The solution for Leavitt Machinery today consists of a fully integrated approach to asset management engineered to eliminate paper-based tracking, duplication, confusion, wasted time, effort and money. Paul adds, “The Leavitt Machinery case study is a great example of using cutting-edge cloud-based software technology to improve communications and facility performance results.”

About Leavitt Machinery (
Leavitt Machinery is the largest materials handling dealership in the Pacific Northwest specializing in equipment sales, rentals, repair and maintenance, fleet management, parts, and operator training. They represent 22 industry leading manufacturers and provide their territory with a variety of equipment - from forklifts, boom lifts and scissor lifts, to complete support packages for customers in agriculture, construction, forestry, mining and more. With a wide range of trusted product lines and a professional staff, they have built their reputation by offering the right solution every time.

About eSSETS (
eSSETS provides cloud-based asset and facilities management software that helps organizations track and manage assets from the convenience of web browsers and mobile devices. The EAM software combines asset information with tools for inspections, preventative maintenance scheduling, service requests, warranty tracking and much more. eSSETS leverages the power and convenience of the Internet to deliver maximum functions in minimum time.

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