University of Miami
One of the primary reasons for purchasing TMA in 2002 was to automate the flow and accountability of work order processing for the multiple operating groups within the Facilities Administration Department.
In 2005, Walgreens was looking for a solution that could manage the assets at their 13 distribution centers throughout the United States and the Caribbean. Their goal was to find one solution that could track all their assets and effectively manage their maintenance operations.
Choctaw Defense Services
In 2018, Choctaw Defense Services implemented WebTMA. The fully integrated system provided a complete solution for their defense support services. This business unit supports government facilities such as military bases. The first implementation was the U.S. Coast Guard base in Kodiak, Alaska.
In 2018, Mary Kay, Inc., one of the world’s leading beauty companies, implemented WebTMA as their new Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). WebTMA is utilized by both their U.S. and Chinese Facilities Operations departments. The new system is viewed as an important tool that has enhanced both country’s technicians’ productivity by allowing them to more effectively manage their work order and preventive maintenance programs.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) wanted to upgrade their Management System for the Facilities Management Department. After an exhaustive search, they purchased TMA in May 2001 as their system-wide solution.
In 2009, QuikTrip selected TMA Systems to replace their existing computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). The existing system did not meet their needs and could not be supported because of the internal customizations that were necessary to meet their organization’s needs and demands.
Georgia Institute of Technology
In 2017, Georgia Institute of Technology announced they had selected WebTMA’s Custodial module to replace their existing custodial software. The selection of WebTMA stemmed in large part from the benefits other university departments had received by their use of WebTMA’s Custodial module, as well as TMA’s ability to easily migrate their existing application (Breeze) to the new custodial application.
Banner Health Systems
Banner Health has 24 hospitals, six long-term care centers, and an array of other service facilities, including family clinics, home care services, and home medical equipment services, in eight western states.
Bank of America
Bank of America was looking for a system to account for assets at more than 1,000 locations worldwide. In 2004, they determined a Web-based solution that could be accessed from locations throughout the world would meet their needs in the most effective manner possible.
UnityPoint Health, one of the nation’s highest ranked nonprofit health systems, made the decision to implement WebTMA because this mission-critical application provided a total solution that could be embraced by both Facilities Operations and Clinical Engineering. Accepted as a positive change by the organization, the software clearly enhanced the technicians’ productivity by allowing them to more effectively manage their work order and preventive maintenance programs.
Aramark – Chicago Public Schools
The decision by Chicago Public Schools to expand their use of WebTMA outside the Aramark managed facilities was driven by the success they were achieving with Aramark. The new system provided an important tool in enhancing workers’ productivity throughout the system by allowing Chicago Public Schools to more effectively manage their custodial operations.
Orange County North Carolina
In 2017, Orange County selected WebTMA as their new CMMS for their Public Works Department. The County utilizes WebTMA for online work requests, managing their preventive maintenance program, and to gain better control over their in-house inventory. The driving force for the selection was that WebTMA was secure, scalable, and accessible from multiple platforms, and integrated well with their existing business applications.
In 2001, American Airlines determined that they wanted a more robust solution for managing the maintenance operations of the American Repair Centers. In 2019, American entered into a contract for WebTMA to manage all the facilities maintenance operations including their airport facilities.
San Francisco Golden Gate State Park
The City & County of San Francisco was looking for a Maintenance Management Product that could meet the diverse demands of Golden Gate Park. In 2003, they chose WebTMA to manage the maintenance operations of their premier park.
Aerospace Corporation made the decision to utilize WebTMA for managing their facilities because of the ability to have access to critical information on a real-time basis. In addition, the BIM interface provided them with the ability to easily migrate data from their drawings.
The John F. Kennedy Center
In 2018, TMA Systems installed WebTMA at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. WebTMA is being used by the center for work process management throughout all their operations. The system has focused on providing management with the data they need to make timely and informed decisions.
New York Department of Environmental Conservation
(NY State Parks)
The department made the decision to award their Maintenance Management System contract to TMA for facilities, fleet, and equipment maintenance. This decision in 2001 came after an extensive selection process that included comparisons of the leading software solutions within the industry and reviews of other state and federal systems.
Brigham Young University – Idaho
BYU-Idaho’s search for a replacement Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) began in 2010 when the Facility Services department realized data collection and reporting capabilities were almost nonexistent in their legacy system. The implementation of WebTMA provided the valuable information necessary to run their operations.
University of Miami Health Sciences
In 2012, the University of Miami Health Sciences had a goal of more effectively automating their workflows within the Facilities Department. They achieved this goal by choosing WebTMA for managing the work order processing for the multiple operating groups. This included all departments within the medical environment and clinical engineering.
Naperville Park District
Naperville Parks needed a system that could be rapidly deployed throughout the entire park system. They recognized that WebTMA could provide the highest return on investment possible with the least amount of disruption to their organization.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Indian Health Service
In 2006, IHS selected TMA Systems for the implementation of WebTMA to support Facility Operations and Clinical Engineering. The primary objectives defined by IHS for this project included: reducing costs, managing service requests and maintenance procedures, meeting regulatory requirements, and increasing productivity through utilization of mobile devices. These objectives could be met with WebTMA.