October 09, 2019
Score 10 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with UpKeep Maintenance Management
We've been using Upkeep for a brief period of time, but already we can see some results in terms of tracking issues. Thanks to Upkeep, we have a central location that keeps track of how many times our machines are down. With some creative adjustments, we can tell if it's due to routine maintenance needs or employee error. This, in turn, helps us to hold employees accountable for how they treat and operate their machines. It also helps us plan our maintenance schedule for the next few months and lets us keep track of when certain machines will require routine maintenance.
- Tracking service issues - There's really no more excuses for not knowing when the machine was last serviced. Upkeep allows us to track that.
- Scheduling - Knowing in advance which machines will need maintenance in the future allows us to actively prepare for shut-down periods.
- General knowledge - Users can add their knowledge to the archives of each machine we have, helping to improve the trouble-shooting process.
- Easy to update, easy to make - It's almost too easy to create and update files for locations, assets, parts, and issues.
- Usability for updating items already in the database. For example, grouping new locations to a central one. I should be able to just select a group of locations and drag them to the central location. For example, the bathrooms and lunchroom of an office building should be all selectable and easily grouped.
- Moving parts/inventory from location to location.
- Accessing parts/assets - If a part or asset is located/listed in a sub-location, such as a production room, then it should still at least be visible if you look in another part of the central location and even update the service calls original location or vice-versa.
- It's a bit too soon to speak of ROI, but being able to track issues over multiple service calls has proven to be useful, especially when it comes to holding workers accountable for their use of the machines.
- It's easy to use for those who use it.
- It's no harder to submit issues than it is to send an email. If you can send an email, you can submit an issue.
Very quick to respond to issues. If there's a problem, they can sort it out very quickly and tell me what went wrong. Most issues that can't be resolved they will help to mitigate.
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Compared to the other service call management software I have had to endure in the past, Upkeep is quick, easy to use, and easy to update. The phone app, in particular, is easy to use. The web page is more powerful and capable of more details, but for a field technician, it's great.