“Oil and gas operations often have extremely large equipment inventories spread around the globe, making accurate, centralized maintenance tracking a difficult proposition,” said Mike Edwards, founder of SaaSMaint.com. “Increasingly, companies in this industry are turning to SaaSMaint CMMS / EAM for its ability to effectively manage dispersed networks of equipment and ensure personnel are aware of pending maintenance issues no matter how far away the equipment might be.”

That’s exactly what drove WPP to adopt SaaSMaint CMMS / EAM. The company identified SaaSMaint CMMS / EAM as a solution when it launched its rental division, for which optimally performing equipment is mission-critical.

“We needed a way to keep track of our maintenance, and to make sure used equipment runs when it comes in,” said WPP IT Manger Andrew Adams. “This is the best automated solution for that. We can also track whether it is costing more to keep a unit rather than to replace, salvage and move it off inventory.”

WPP’s sales operations were already deeply integrated with Salesforce CRM, making SaaSMaint an ideal fit for WPP’s needs. “Our sales team uses Salesforce for creating quotes and keeping track of correspondence with clients,” says Adams. “The fact that we didn’t need to learn anything new was a definite benefit. And, since it is integrated into Salesforce, we didn’t have to worry about installing anything on a local server, either. We have assurance that everything will work.”

About SaaSMaint.com

SaaSMaint.com is a privately held company with deep domain expertise in Enterprise Asset Management. SaaSMaint CMMS/EAM is a native Force.com application, benefiting from the reliability, scalability and performance of salesforce.com’s trusted enterprise cloud computing platform. To test drive SaaSMaint CMMS / EAM, please visit the AppExchange at http://www.salesforce.com/appexchange/. For more information about SaaSMaint.com, please visit www.SaaSMaint.com or call 678-932-9286.

About Worldwide Power Products

Based in Houston, Texas, Worldwide Power Products was recently named one of the top 100 “Most Promising Companies” by Forbes magazine. The firm buys, leases, and refurbishes new and used power generation equipment for the industrial, marine, and petroleum industries. For more information, http://www.wpowerproducts.com.

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