Keep an eye on maintenance operations from your phone

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The UpLogs CMMS App allows managers and stakeholders of industrial, business, governmental, and residential installations, to keep an eye on maintenance operations from their smartphones 24/7. Create, assign, and track maintenance work orders.
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Mitchell DrimmerDoing collections for Condos and HOAs

I gave Uplogs a trial run and I am absolutely sold that this is a game changer in facility management


Maintenance teams do what is inspected NOT what is expected. With Uplogs you can follow the progress of your maintenance team.


So new and so good

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Dylan Goubin
Product Manager
For 20 years, Radoslav Petrovic worked for large pharmaceutical and cosmetic factories in the French cosmetic valley where he noticed that internal communication created a barrier between workers. Radoslav observed that technicians and operators hardly communicate and exchange operation reports with their colleagues. He pushed and advocated for better internal communication between co-workers and with managers to no avail. This was primarily because factory workers don’t have the time to sit in front of desktop computers to write and recap past operations. This inability to effectively pass information caused issues during technicians shifts and extended downtime that could have been avoided if the information was adequately disseminated. During the Summer of 2017, Radoslav and I exchanged our opinions concerning maintenance operations and resolved that if workers could have a tool to share information on the spot regardless of their languages and location, it could save them and manufacturers a lot of time and increase productivity. We figured out that every worker carries a Smartphone and that designing the tool as a Smartphone App will bring the best output. UpLogs was born! A computerized maintenance and management software App to make work easier. I developed a minimum viable product (MVP) and introduced to a pilot factory, and a few months later, version 1 for iOS was showcased at the CES of Las Vegas.