When Stricklin came across Limble, he decided to try it by signing up for a free trial. After only 10 days, he knew that this was the right software for them. His team found it easy to use and flexible, which helps them be nimble when switching between redundant systems to keep water flowing.
Limble also had the robust customer service, resources, and support required to meet their current needs as well as future advancements, growth, and expansion.
After implementing Limble, Stricklin and his team began to see benefits almost immediately, including automated scheduling that reduces their risk of downtime. They are able to plan preventive maintenance and quickly resolve any issues that show up in their day-to-day work.
Responsible for a utility as essential as a city’s water supply, Stricklin found that Limble took some of the stress and uncertainty out of breakdowns and switching between redundant systems. “We have redundancy in everything. We have pump one and pump two — if pump one breaks, we go to pump two. It’s a little panicky when your first one breaks because you’re praying that the second one doesn’t break because we’ve got to put water out.” With a flexible and efficient maintenance management software, the team is equipped with a system supports their complex and critical job.
The water treatment plant in Lompoc works hard to maintain their high standards and provide this vital resource to their citizens. They rely on Limble to keep their maintenance team informed and organized, and clean water flowing to the members of their community.