Although Shepherd’s CMMS lets you choose the modules you want to meet your needs, some of its features are consistently popular. Read to find out which and why.
Oracle’s “SuiteWorld” will be in Las Vegas this October. Shepherd will be attending to introduce attendees to the scope of its CMMS within NetSuite.
Shepherd implementations often coincide with NetSuite implementations. The latter implementation, of course, dictates the implementation schedule and key dates. Shepherd is also, however, a large product whose implementation may also require considerable time. Just how long your NetSuite and your Shepherd implementations take depends most on you, the client. You must define the requirements for
Shepherd’s focus is its customer’s operations: it starts from the very first meeting with client-centred demos and reps that use the system as well as sell it.
Reports need to be completed and filed in a timely manner, from services to Health and Safety requirements. Shepherd CMMS’ combination of mobile form-filling and reminders makes that process as painless as it can be.
The new update means your technicians no longer need large quantities of manuals or reference materials in their service vehicles that are costly to replace if worn, lost or outdated. They can now be saved digitally and accessed remotely via the Shepherd Mobile App.
Shepherd CMMS enables you to keep track of your teams, see inventory changes in real time, bill for parts automatically, and generate reports directly in your ERP system. It even makes scheduling easier, thanks to automatic task assignment, and even includes route optimization.