eMaint CMMS Facilitates Efficiency within Trinity Hall’s Maintenance Department
Customer Since: 2009 | Industry: Education
Trinity Hall is the fifth-oldest surviving college of the University of Cambridge, and provides educational and residential facilities for about 330 undergraduate and 250 graduate students. The College was using an inflexible CMMS system which lacked the ability to schedule planned maintenance tasks for assets. eMaints functionality matched the needs of Trinity Hall. The advantages of implementing eMaint include streamlined management input, and easy access to historical data on asset information.
Streamlined Management Input With Use of Single Database
Improved PM Regimes For 1,600+ Assets in Multiple Locations
Gained Historical Data On Maintenance Performed on Assets
Trinity Hall was founded by Bishop Bateman of Norwich in 1350, making it the fifth oldest surviving college of the University of Cambridge. The College currently provides educational and residential facilities for around 330 undergraduates and 250 graduates.