Computerized maintenance management system startup Limble Solutions LLC today announced an integration with connected operations cloud company Samsara Inc. that allows customers to bring data from their internet of things sensors into their CMMS.
The integration has been designed to address the challenge of predictive maintenance for companies operating a vehicle fleet. Previous reports have suggested that around 82% of truck fleets have faced service disruptions, with 14% marked as severe. The integration between Samsara and Limble empowers customers with a single, closed-loop system for all maintenance workflow needs.
The integration provides sensor-based task creation, with real-time sensor data automatically triggering preventive maintenance tasks, eliminating the need to manually check sensors to determine whether maintenance is required. Work orders are also synced, so when a Samsara maintenance event is created, a new work order is automatically created in Limble. Similarly, closing a work order in Limble automatically closes the event in Samsara.
The combination between the two companies also offers connected dashboards. Updates made in one system are reflected across Limble and Samsara, reducing duplicate data entry, errors and inconsistencies.
“Supply chain disruptions and chip shortages have further exacerbated the stress on fleets to ensure their trucks and equipment are in working order, yet few are empowering their maintenance teams with the proper technology to mitigate the impact of these issues,” said Scott Knudson, head of product incubation at Limble. “The future of maintenance management is with connected systems and Limble and Samara’s integration further highlights the commitment both organizations have to helping maintenance teams operate more efficiently.”
Limble is a venture capital-backed company, having last raised $58 million in June. Investors in the company include Goldman Sachs Asset Management LP, Elephant Venture Capital LLC and Album VC.
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