Throop, Wes . 2000. Choosing Computerized Maintenance Management Systems for Facility Management. 0071 2322. Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Missoula Technology and Development Center. 4 p.
Describes seven computerized maintenance management programs evaluated by the Missoula Technology and Development Center. Computerized maintenance management programs can track, schedule, and organize facility maintenance. They can include equipment history and inventory and also generate work and purchase orders. The programs were rated on: program age, number of customers, company age, simplicity, program help, automation, customization, interface, data features, Open Data Base Connectivity (ODBC), scheduling, and planning and analysis. The programs evaluated were: MS2000 (Micromain Corporation); Work Order Wonder (Field and Screens); Mpulse Pro and Mpulse LTD (Mpulse Maintenance Software); COGZ (Advanced Maintenance Solutions); and Atlas Professional and Atlas Classic (Trak-Data, Inc.).
Keywords: facilities, product evaluation, software
These files are best for printing:
View 300 dpi PDF (696 kb)
If you experience problems using the 300 dpi PDF file, use the lower resolution dpi PDF files if they are listed.
View PDF (312 kb)