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Overview
CHAMPS is designed to deliver powerful functionality with logical features that enable the customer to set-up the system to match their work flow. Modular components are fully integrated to effectively address critical areas throughout the enterprise while offering the flexibility to operate as standalone solutions. Optional components work seamlessly in the application to create a comprehensive solution for the entire enterprise.

eMaint computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software is an award-winning solution for managing work orders, PM schedules and parts inventory. A Fluke company, 50,000+ users worldwide rely on eMaint to predict failures, eliminate downtime and improve reliability.

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Sample Customers
Appvion Inc., Hanford Tank Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant, Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company, Delaware North, Hershey Entertainment and Resorts, Muscatine Power & Water, The Port Authority of Jamaica, Quaker Oats, W&T Offshore, City of TallahasseeĀs Electric Company
Inframark, Martinrea, Tencorr Packaging

CHAMPS is ranked 23rd in Enterprise Asset Management while eMaint CMMS is ranked 3rd in Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS). CHAMPS is rated 0.0, while eMaint CMMS is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CHAMPS is most compared with , whereas eMaint CMMS is most compared with AVEVA Avantis.PRO.

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