Paris, France, November 14, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Since its creation in May 2016, Mobility Work has never ceased to expand. Today the application counts up to 6,000 users, more than 235,000 machines, 915,000 maintenance operations and 2,2 million hours of intervention registered, and these figures are expected to increase exponentially.
Many large industrial groups and OEMs have already successfully implemented the SaaS CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) for their daily maintenance routines, in order to improve their efficiency during interventions and their budget management.
Each member gets connected with thousands of professionals from a wide range of industries (automotive, railway, food & beverages, chemistry, buildings, materials, pharmaceutical, metallurgy, mechanics, textile, electronics and many more).
Since its very beginning, Mobility Work has been providing frequent updates to its customers, releasing important improvements and new functionalities.
“The platform now opens to equipment and consumables manufacturers, as well as service providers. They can register a company profile and add their products to our official catalogue. Maintenance technicians can though find the provider or product they are looking forin one click,” explains Morgane Guinot, Cofounder and Product Owner.
Mobility Work is to be the 1st Maintenance Management Platform, offering at the same time a CMMS, a social media and a marketplace, connecting various industrial players with maintenance technicians and managers. In the near future, service providers and freelancers will also be given the possibility to integrate the platform and connect instantly with the companies needing their services.
The purpose of Mobility Work is to establish a win-win exchange between maintenance professionals and machine manufacturers and to optimize information availability by providing all the actors with an access to the same communication channel. This is the future of the industry.