( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2017-03-29 20:50:27 )
Encino, California - March, 29 2017 - UpKeep, the Mobile-first Maintenance Management Solution, was ranked as a Pacesetter on the Software Advice™ FrontRunners quadrant for CMMS software. Within the quadrant, UpKeep
is one of the youngest CMMS tools, with high capability ratings and rated highly by our users in added value.
The FrontRunners quadrant is powered by Gartner methodology and based primarily on user reviews across Gartner Digital Markets. As a Gartner Company, the Software Advice FrontRunners analysis is a data-driven assessment identifying products in the CMMS software market that offer the best capability and value for small businesses. For a given market, products are evaluated and given a score for the capability (x-axis) and value (y-axis) they bring to users. A full description of results and the program can be found here: CMMS FrontRunners
So far to date, UpKeep
has been reviewed 119 times with an average 5.0 out of 5.0 star-rating on Software Advice. Within the products in the FrontRunners quadrant, UpKeep
has been able to receive the third highest number of total user reviews. Factors assessed by reviewers in CMMS software range from functionality to ease of use, product quality, customer support and value for money. They are also asked to rate how likely they would be to recommend the solution to others.
FrontRunners scores and graphics are derived from individual end-user reviews based on their own experiences, vendor-supplied information and publicly available product information; they do not represent the views of Gartner or its affiliates.
Upkeep is a mobile first Enterprise Asset Management (EAM)/Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) solution. UpKeep
is perfect for facility, property, restaurant, and manufacturing managers looking to improve communication by enabling real-time status updates for your team. It is a modern, intuitive, and customizable CMMS proven to expedite task management and workflow processes. UpKeep
allows you to snap a picture of a broken piece of equipment, create a work order, and schedule it for repair - all from a mobile device.