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CMMS vs EAM: What Is the Difference?

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Every enterprise asset management (EAM) application can be used as a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), but not every CMMS can be used as, or has the broad functionality of, an EAM application. More specifically, CMMS is essentially about managing maintenance work necessary to sustain an asset, whereas EAM has more to do with managing the asset over its lifecycle to minimize cost and risk while maximizing return. This white paper explores how CMMS applications and EAM applications... Read More

The Truth Behind Verticalization of Enterprise Asset Management

There has been a recent focus of vendors in some software spaces on industry-specific functionality, or verticalization. How important is verticalization when selecting an enterprise asset management / computerized maintenance management system (EAM/CMMS)? Are there any significant differences in the approaches taken by EAM/CMMS vendors regarding industry-specific solutions? This white paper provides an overview of what to look for in EAM/CMMS vendors and software solutions, including an understanding... Read More

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