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Most Popular Maintenance Management Software

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Top Maintenance Management Software

Usually, a number of industries can benefit from any particular type of software, but few software categories reach quite as many industries as maintenance management.

With budget cuts and a tight economy looming, no business can afford to lose a functioning building and their working equipment. Whether you are a school or a hospital, a manufacturer or a mall, in order for your business to run smoothly, your building needs to function properly.


Computerized Maintenance Management Systems help organizations ensure consistent performance and increased efficiency. By automating and monitoring maintenance schedules, CMMS applications reduce costs and optimize the process of repair and replacement of key equipment.

As mobile technologies such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops continue to improve and grow in popularity, proper facility maintenance just keeps getting easier. Nowadays, anyone with a mobile device can update a work order or make an adjustment to the maintenance schedule from any location, leading to increased communication and a more efficient staff.

The Top 20

When you’re searching for the right maintenance management system, it’s helpful to know some of the leaders in the space. While the market-leading CMMS solutions might not be the best fit for your organization, knowing their names and evaluating a few of the more popular software providers in the space may be a good place to start your navigation of the hundreds of options available.

That’s why I’m happy to announce our latest infographic, The Top 20 Most Popular Maintenance Management Software Infographic.

The Research

In order to determine these twenty maintenance management leaders, we used our popularity index to help narrow down the list.  The index is based off the number of customers, number of users, and social presence of each of the maintenance management companies.

If you are interested in the intricacies of our research process, you can check out all the details here.

The Data

Below you will see the raw data we collected to rank the top 20 CMMS software solutions:

Maintenance Management Infographic Data


It’s important to keep in mind that the rankings are based strictly on our popularity index and nothing else. We did not compare each of these solutions feature for feature, and I highly suggest doing your due diligence to not only consider maintenance management providers from these 20 listed, but to evaluate the entire marketplace and what each vendor offers to determine which features are right for you. Sound daunting? It doesn’t have to be. You can check out our Maintenance Management Software Directory on Capterra for a comprehensive list of solutions, and easily compare products side-by-side.

How has maintenance management software improved efficiency in your organization?

Looking for Maintenance Management software? Check out Capterra's list of the best Maintenance Management software solutions.

About the Author

Jordan Barrish

Jordan Barrish

Jordan Barrish is a former Capterra contributor.


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Comment by Shirley T. Spruill on

its great resource but some time we have to focus on others departments of organization like HR department, payroll, crm, inventory.


Comment by MyDeptPlan on

Great research for this post on maintenance management software! It’s true that if you have a large facility with frequent and ongoing maintenance, software could be very beneficial – just as beneficial as your financial management software or your content management software. Thanks for your insight on the top 20 programs.

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