Limble Ranked #1 by maintenance experts in the field

G2 - Easiest to use 2021
Software Advice - FrontRunners 2021
Capterra - Shortlist 2021
G2 - Best Support 2021
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  • Dec 19
    5 Star Rating

    Very easy to use, access

    "I like the price, the fact I can see it on my phone or the computer. I like that it is internet-based."

    Aug 07
    5 Star Rating

    Wow. You guys are amazing...

    "Wow. You guys are amazing... your software really one-up's the competition. I've found several with some of the functionality, but much clunkier designs. I reviewed 16 CMMS packages, and yours was an easy choice. Thank you again. Well done."

    Nov 8
    5 Star Rating

    A must for any maintenance department

    "The thing that I loved the most right from the start was the ease of use of the Limble software. The customization options available when setting up PM's are great. I love the flexibility it gives to tailor the PM to exactly what your needs are."

  • Aug 09
    5 Star Rating

    A great tool for Facility Managers.

    "Limble is very easy to get involved in and no contracts, with simple monthly billing. I have auditioned other CMMS companies and they make it too difficult, to try out. Limble strategy is very simple - here is our software, you can customize it in most categories and let us know if you have any questions. As a multiple building County Facilities Director, I highly recommend trying it!"

    Jan 1
    5 Star Rating

    Limble CMMS is a great product and is very intuitive

    "This CMMS checks many boxes for what we were looking for. Flexible. Mobile App for in the field use. Cost-Effective. Reporting. Great Dashboard. Great Support. Cloud Based. Cost-Effective."

    Sept 17
    5 Star Rating

    Great Product, Even better support!

    "I started using Limble after trying out many other off the shelf CMMS software and I quickly fell in love with the ease of use, intuitiveness yet the power this tool provided me and my team. The ability to see automatically generated and customized reports meant that I could choose whether I wanted to see things at a micro level or a macro one, or both of them together."