iMaint helps the Maintenance Manager to:
  • effectively plan and monitor all the maintenance operations. Never a critical work order is forgotten or misplaced
  • make best use of the labor resources, knowing where the maintenance staff spend their time
  • identify potential problems before they run into faults and equipment downtime
  • make better decisions in terms of equipment that needs to be replaced or changes in maintenance processes
  • proactively plan the maintenance work in order to ensure that every equipment or facility keeps running smoothly
  • reduce the administrative workload
It provides to the Management of the company the best information to:
  • optimize purchasing policies and reduce procurement costs
  • make strategic decisions in order to reduce equipment failures and costs and increase productivity
  • improve financial performance by running facilities more effectively and efficiently
iMaint has been installed and operates successfully in:
  • Industrial companies that need to effectively manage production lines and equipment and reduce failures and downtime costs
  • Hospitals and health care facilities that need to accurately maintain their medical and electromechanical equipment
  • Hotels and Resorts that need to maintain high standards of appearance, comfort, and safety and provide better services to their customers
  • Colleges and Universities that want to optimize maintenance processes for their spaces and facilities and control the costs
  • Public sector organizations (e.g. water supply of PTT companies) having significant, high-value equipment that has to be properly maintained
It fulfils the following requirements in an integrated and effective way:
  • Effective asset management
  • Easier planning, efficient follow up of the maintenance activities
  • Identification of equipment with high faults rates or excessive maintenance costs
  • Reduced maintenance and operating costs
  • Effective management of spare parts, optimization of purchasing activities and stocking policies
  • Improved productivity for the maintenance department, best use of human resources
  • Reduced effort and management cost for the planning and follow up of maintenance activities. Empowerment of maintenance staff
  • Increased equipment uptime, improved productivity and quality
  • Reduced energy consumption, extension of equipment Life
  • Better information to the management, better decisions

Because it is designed using an open, modular architecture, iMaint can be used successfully both by a small company, where it will function as a stand-alone application or a large corporation where it will operate in a network environment with numerous workstations, connected to bar-code readers, data acquisition systems or ERPs.