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Keeping up with UpKeep in the News: December 6, 2019
Here’s a weekly round-up of UpKeep in articles, podcasts, videos and more across the world-wide-web!
Our CEO, Ryan Chan, shares his insights on setting Objectives and Key Results (OKR) system in his latest Forbes Tech Council monthly contributor column. Ryan argues that by increasing the cadence at which you collect important metrics (key results), you’ll not only desensitize your team to fear; you’ll also increase your odds of achieving your goal. We couldn’t agree more!
Our CEO, Ryan Chan, was featured twice in Forbes! Along with other members of the Forbes Tech Council, Ryan chimes in on the best tech conferences to attend in 2020. Learn more about why the SaaStr Annual Conference is the one you should be looking forward to this upcoming year!
The results are in.. UpKeep was ranked the #1 best maintenance management software by the SMB guide!
Here’s what they had to say:
“UpKeep is suitable for any industry and works on desktop as well as mobile devices. Users find the software intuitive and easy to use.
There is a wide range of features, including customization tools, tasks updates, alerts, and cost reports.
There are a few price plans available that should be affordable for any business, and these packages include scalable features for the complexity of your business’s needs.”
UpKeep recognized RK as one of the top companies revolutionizing mental health services for maintenance workers.
MTBF is one of the most commonly misapplied metrics in the manufacturing world. Global Electronic Services Inc. There’s often a gap between proper calculation and improper application, leading to misaligned expectations about machinery function and performance. Understanding the fundamental meaning of MTBF is key in applying it correctly.