This edition of the B2W Fleet Maintenance & Management Best Practices Series covers establishing maintenanc...
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Whether or not to adopt specialized software to manage equipment maintenance depends on more than fleet size. This article covers the factors small and mid-size contractors should consider.
Learn how B2W Maintain increases “wrench time” mechanics spend actually working on equipment while reducing their travel and administrative time and potentially even the number of mechanics needed.
This article in Equipment World magazine highlights advantages of the B2W Maintain application for equipment maintenance, including API connectivity that links equipment inspections and work orders.
See how contractors can generate repair requests automatically based on data from electronic forms by Using B2W Inform, B2W Maintain and an API connection - saving time and cutting maintenance costs.
B2W Software has introduced new capabilities within its ONE Platform that enable contractors to identify equipment defects and make repairs faster and more cost effectively.
Equipment experts say synergy between people, process and technology can cut costs and increase uptime
This one-minute video explains how heavy civil contractor Mohawk Valley Materials will cut costs nearly in half by using B2W Maintain to set up and stick to preventive maintenance plans.
GeoStabilization International (GSI) says using the B2W Maintain maintenance software program helped it put $5 million to the company’s bottom line in the first year of use.
B2W Maintain helps construction companies streamline processes and automate preventive maintenance to cut costs and increase uptime.
Watch this in-depth demo to learn how B2W Maintain can help you cut heavy construction equipment maintenance costs and increase uptime with streamlined processes and a proactive approach.
GeoStabilization International VP of fleet Jeff Bremer covers the benefits of B2W Maintain for preventive maintenance, uptime, cost reduction and vital historical maintenance data.
Highway construction, sitework and utility contractor using B2W Maintain to improve fleet maintenance efficiency, cut costs and increase uptime
Equipment maintenance experts discuss how synergy between people, technology and process can deliver industry leading uptime and cost reduction results
Heavy highway, sitework and utility contractor Severino Trucking has used B2W Maintain to cut equipment maintenance costs and downtime.
Industry expert and former CFO Herb Brownett presents a top-ten list of common equipment-related threats to the bottom line that are often overlooked and how to stop them.
Equipment manager Dan Corbett explains how the move to B2W Maintain improved preventive maintenance, linked maintenance with field tracking and scheduling and helped his team take uptime to 95%.
Trading clipboards for tablets can deliver efficiency, uptime and cost advantages at every step of the heavy construction equipment inspection process.
Cut costs and increase uptime with the B2W solution for construction fleet maintenance and management.
Review how to set up and use maintenance management software like B2W Maintain to manage large or small parts inventories more effectively across one or multiple locations
Industry consultant Herb Brownett explains how software helps contractors improve equipment ROI by minimizing downtime and maximizing scheduling efficiency