Last Updated on March 24, 2022
openMAINT is an application for the management of mobile assets (buildings, infrastructure, etc.), plants and technical devices (electric panels, heating and cooling, light fixture, fire extinguishers, etc.), furniture, etc., and the related logistical, economical and maintenance activities (scheduled and corrective ones). It is a CMMS product (Computerized Maintenance Management System) derived from specific and extensive experience in the field, following the rules and best practice.
The software helps the managing authority to know, organize and update those data related to the asset inventory, in order to support their decision and operative procedures.
This is free and open source software.
openMAINT provides the following base features (inherited from CMDBuild), which are common to the various modules:
- Web based user interface.
- Text and graphic browsing through the objects.
- Complete history of the changes on any data card (versioning).
- Rapid and analytical searching functions for every card attribute.
- Definition of filters and views for an customised access to data.
- Classifications and lookups which can be autonomously customised.
- Document file used to match every kind of file with every kind of card.
- Workflow engine integrated with a visual editor for the graphic design of processes.
- Report engine integrated with the visual editor for the report design.
- Possibility to define customised web custom pages.
- Complete outline of users, groups, permissions, and multitenant configuration.
- Interoperability with other applications through webservice.
- CSV data import / export functionalities.
- Possibility to configure and manage (task manager) automatic operations.
- Possibility to configure e-mail for notifications and as communication tool.
- Use of barcode and QRcode to automatically recognize the items.
- Possibility to configure connectors through external systems.
- Self-Service portal for non-technical users.
- Mobile APP for the execution of the main features through tablets and smartphones.
- Possibility to autonomously model the data scheme.
- Creation of new typologies of objects (classes).
- Creation of new attributes on pre-existing objects (attributes).
- Creation of new typologies of relations among objects (domains).
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