Hippo CMMS provides a cost-effective, comprehensive maintenance management system that’s perfect for non-profit organizations. Our user-friendly interface is easy enough for staff or community members of all skill levels to operate and our affordable, unlimited-user pricing plans allow you to bring efficiency to as many staff or community members as you’d like. We also offer a non-profit discount to further support your organization in its mission.
To show how Hippo CMMS' facility management system and building maintenance software caters to you, we’ve highlighted below the most important CMMS software features that suit your maintenance management needs.
Maintenance Requests, creating, tracking, closing work orders and complete work order management.
Scheduled preventive maintenance is key to maximizing the longevity of equipment and assets
Get exact location of open work orders, access room and space information, pan in and zoom out on plans and maps
Automatic updation of inventory records combined with detailed reporting for accurate facility overview
Single network for tracking parts, supplies, and other consumables in real time with unmatched accuracy, detail and traceability
Perfect for on-the-go maintenance using real-time cloud based syncing to submit, sort, update and close work orders
Monitor equipment performance and make informed decisions on replacement or continued maintenance for all its assets
Work orders can be submitted using the standard form on our simple request portal conveniently located on your desktop
Hippo CMMS covers all the bases for a CMMS tool and does it at such a low cost compared to enterprise solutions. Very customizable and easy to use with a great training library
The way Hippo CMMS allows us to streamline our maintenance requests and work orders has been huge in saving us time and manpower to complete our tasks. Our maintenance technicians receive prompt e-mail notifications when a work order has been submitted and that allows us to get a jump on things much quicker than we normally would.
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