eMaint CMMS Pricing: Costs and Pricing Plans

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Fluke’s eMaint CMMS is a cloud-based computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) tool designed for businesses of all sizes. It’s a configurable solution that combines inventory and asset management functionalities. Some key features include work order management, preventive maintenance, predictive maintenance and dashboards/reports.

In this post, we’ll discuss eMaint CMMS’s pricing in more detail.

Does eMaint CMMS have a free trial?

Yes, although it’s not known how long the free trial is. Typically, a free trial can last up to seven or 14 days. Prospects can fill out a form on eMaint CMMS’s site. Additionally, eMaint CMMS has software demos.

eMaint CMMS Pricing Plans

eMaint CMMS has three subscription plans based on the per-user, per-month pricing strategy. In addition, the vendor offers custom pricing based on the company’s goals and requirements.

The three pricing plans are:

Team

The Team plan costs $69 per user, per month and accommodates up to three users maximum. It includes:

  • Access to eMaint’s standard CMMS features (e.g., work order requests, parts management, inventory management, preventive maintenance scheduling, reporting
  • Up to 500 MB storage (an additional 50 GB costs $100 per year)
  • Unlimited helpdesk support (e.g., email, chat, phone)
  • Software updates and upgrades
  • 24/7 online training
  • Optional work request user license only for users to submit and check on statuses of work requests

Professional

The Professional plan costs $85 per user, per month and requires a minimum of three users. It includes everything in the Team plan, plus:

  • 100 GB storage (an additional 50 GB costs $100 per year)
  • Interactive image mapping
  • Automated workflow
  • Billing management
  • Purchasing and requisitioning
  • Condition monitoring
  • Multi-location inventory management
  • Multiple form options
  • White-labeling/branding
  • Dedicated account management
  • A sandbox staging account
  • Access to eMaint’s Experience Center, a networking event for new and current users
  • Optional tech select user license for field technicians
  • Optional offline mobile app
  • Optional distribution account license with read-only access for service providers
  • Optional vendor portal license

Enterprise

The Enterprise plan costs $120 per user, per month and requires a minimum of five users. It includes everything in the Professional plan, plus:

  • 200 GB storage (an additional 50 GB costs $100 per year)
  • Unlimited work request user logins
  • Access to web API
  • Multi-site toolkit
  • Single sign-on
  • User Board membership
  • Discount to annual Xcerlerate conference

Implementation

eMaint’s Professional Services team provides implementation, consulting and technical services. Pricing varies, so contact eMaint for a quote. Some of the services include:

  • Implementation Service: 10 Keys to Success Approach During this intensive service, an eMaint Senior Consultant guides the client’s implementation team through eMaint’s proven 10 Key Steps to a successful CMMS implementation.
  • CMMS Implementation Assessment – A CMMS Implementation Assessment is a comprehensive and systematic analysis to identify the current state of the organization with respect to an initial eMaint CMMS implementation.
  • Project Management Support – In addition to a weekly status call and project plan updates, eMaint will provide executive management sponsorship that is responsible for ensuring appropriate commitment of resources to the project and for issue resolution.
  • Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) – Inventory & Stores Consulting –  This service evaluates the organization’s current MRO strategy with an emphasis on identifying opportunities for them to begin taking control of their maintenance MRO spend.
  • Workflow Processes Development and SOPs – This service helps clients understand how to use Process Control Documentation to ensure their CMMS is supporting asset management and reliability best practices.
  • Data Cleansing / Standardization – eMaint provides data assimilation and support services to help the client assemble their appropriate data components that align with international best practices and standards.
  • Integration Services – eMaint can integrate with external applications, such as building automation systems.

Conclusion

eMaint CMMS has three scalable pricing plans. Its Team plan can be ideal for small maintenance operations with basic needs, while the Professional and Enterprise plans are intended for companies that need advanced functionality. Businesses with custom requirements can contact eMaint for more information.

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