eSSETS

eSSETS


¿Quién utiliza este software?

Organizaciones con inversiones significativas en instalaciones y otros activos físicos. La hostelería, la educación, la banca, los servicios de instalaciones, las organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro y la atención médica son algunos ejemplos.


Valoración media

10 reseñas
  • 5 / 5
    En general
  • 5 / 5
    Facilidad de uso
  • 5 / 5
    Atención al cliente
  • 4.5 / 5
    Características
  • 5 / 5
    Relación calidad-precio

Detalles del producto

  • Precio de partida
    $33.3/mes
  • Versión gratuita
    No
  • Prueba gratis
  • Implementación
    En la nube, SaaS, web
  • Formación
    En directo en línea
    Seminarios web
    Documentación
  • Asistencia
    Horas laborables

Datos del proveedor

  • eSSETS
  • http://www.essets.com/
  • Fundada en 2010

Información sobre este software

Maneja la gestión completa del ciclo de vida de propiedades, edificios, instalaciones, vehículos y equipos. Todos los costos se pueden rastrear a lo largo del ciclo de vida del activo. El flujo de trabajo de actividades de solicitudes de servicio, inspecciones, mantenimiento recurrente, reparaciones periódicas y acciones únicas se gestiona fácilmente. Comunícate directamente con contratistas y proveedores a través del portal. Genera listas de verificación para formularios dinámicos y electrónicos de inspección para su uso en dispositivos móviles. Realiza un seguimiento de documentos con almacenamiento electrónico.


Funciones de eSSETS

  • Control de inventario
  • Escuelas
  • Gestión de equipos
  • Gestión de incidentes
  • Gestión de inspecciones
  • Gestión de pedidos de trabajo
  • Gestión de proveedores
  • Gestión de recursos
  • Gestión de visitantes
  • Mantenimiento preventivo
  • Planificación de espacios
  • Planificación de instalaciones
  • Programación de salas
  • Propiedades comerciales
  • Propiedades residenciales
  • Seguimiento del mantenimiento
  • Acceso móvil
  • Calendario de planificación
  • Compras
  • Control de inventario
  • Facturación
  • Gestión de calibración
  • Gestión de expediciones
  • Gestión de llaves y cerraduras
  • Gestión de pedidos de trabajo
  • Gestión de técnicos
  • Mantenimiento preventivo
  • Programación
  • Seguimiento de activos
  • Seguimiento del historial de servicios

Las reseñas más útiles sobre eSSETS

I work in Essets daily, it's people friendly and easy to learn.

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5/5
En general
5 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
5 / 5
Asistencia al cliente
5 / 5
Relación calidad-precio

Puntos a favor: It makes my work flow so much easier. It keeps up with our hour/mileage on all our heavy and service trucks. Tell us when PM is due on each equipment. I put in work orders for our Mechanics and Maintenance department. It also tell you how long a work order is open . Easy to pull when I need to know how many times a equipment was worked on. We've been with Essets for a little over two years and we are very pleased with this program and customer support.

Puntos en contra: I just wish when we retire a equipment or a service truck it would red out the letters so it is easier to spot what has been retired vs. what is still active when I look up stuff in the Things menu. One more suggestion would be we used to be able to see photos of our Heavy equipment and service trucks in the things menu. Now we have to click on the photo icon, I like the old way better. I'm in and out of equipment list all the time sometimes it's easier by seeing the photo next to it, so I know I have right equipment.

Vendor Response

by eSSETS on 15/11/2017

Thanks Rachel! Improvements to handling of retired equipment is on it's way in an upcoming release.

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5/5
En general
4 / 5
Facilidad de uso
4 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
5 / 5
Asistencia al cliente
Relación calidad-precio

Comentarios: We're a medium sized transportation and environmental contracting firm. We operate several over-the-road vehicles, several pull behind pieces of equipment, numerous other maintnance required pieces of equipment such as pumps, generators, various motorized units, forklifts, etc., and we use eSSETS to inventory and monitor our various fixed buildings and mobil office units. Before we started using eSSETS, we tracked all the usage, maintenance and capital improvements to all of these items throught spreadsheets, files, and marker boards. With eSSETS we were able to put all the ongoing information on all the equipment into one centralized computerized system where with a few keystrokes we can have a visual representation of everything on one or a few screens. The owner and I travel and are not always at the main plant where I can keep my eye on my revenue producing assets. So with eSSETS I can readily pull up all my equipment and check on their status and monitor if my managers are keeping up with PM and previously listed repairs. Very beneficial aspects of the system include easily accessable historical tracking or activities for each piece of equipment/asset, various financial information for each item and very importantly actions lists to remind us for PM and inspections. As far as the inital set up the eSSETS representative walked me and my staff through the whole set up process and got us up-loading our equipment list fairly quickly where we could start the process of inputting activities and reminders. The system is pretty user friendly but if we needed some help to customize a particular function, or better understand some capability, the eSSETS support rep was always immediately available or responded to a message within a very short time. The most important benefit I've found from the system is as my business has grown in size both in each location and now regionally, and that I'm traveling more, I have much better access to information and control on my assets. Additionally, my employees stay ahead of upcoming needs for the equipment better and I am able to monitor the activities better since the information is always with me online. One function we haven't explored much yet is the program's capabilites regarding energy consumption and cost analysis, but we plan on investigating this potential as we aquire more data.