December 7, 2015
EQ2, LLC Announces New Pricing Options for the Modular HEMS® CMMS
New Models Give Hospitals of All Sizes and Budgets Many Options
Burlington, VT – EQ2 – a leader in hospital computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) has unveiled new pricing models to meet the specific needs of the Biomedical/Clinical Engineering and Facilities/Plant Engineering markets. Modularly priced, customers now have several choices to find the best fit including a perpetual license; three different limited term license programs; and a SaaS cloud-based solution.
The flagship HEMS® CMMS has several modules that integrate to meet each customer’s specific needs for managing everything from work orders, to maintenance schedules on medical devices and facilities equipment, to compliance inspection preparation. Solutions are customized per specific hospital needs and pricing is now based on the license program selected, features selected, number of users, and number of locations involved.
Between the modular pricing and various license choices, HEMS can now be sized to fit almost every hospital and budget. Modularity allows users to add new functionality as they need it or grow into it. EQ2 Sales Director Kim Stovall said, “A user no longer has to settle for some spreadsheet starter program. With this pricing package HEMS becomes an option for every hospital who is serious about professional asset management.”
EQ2 also continues to offer services for data conversion, data standardization, and implementation. These services can be customized to fit the user’s needs, experience and budget.
EQ2 HEMS modular offerings include tablet compatible options and graphical, easy-to-use interfaces as well as a few new offerings recently released:
- EQ2 HEMS® Enterprise
- Web Enterprise
- Web Request
- Best Practice
- Alert and Recall
- Log Tracker
- Import Wizard
- HEMS Plant Preloaded
- Call Center
- HEMS Fire Extinguisher smart app
EQ2 and parent company AMT Datasouth also recently announced the integration of their sales and marketing teams, as well as enhancements to existing products, and a relaunch of their website eq2.com. All are efforts to better meet the needs of the hospital market.
The “HEMS®” CMMS was first developed in 1983 as a collaborative effort of the University of Vermont, ASHE (American Society for Healthcare Engineering), and the Kellogg Foundation. Then in 1993, EQ2 was formed as a private company to manage the continued growth of HEMS. AMT Datasouth acquired EQ2 in September 2013.
For more information go to www.eq2.com.
Director of Sales and Marketing