Fiix is a web-based computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) created for businesses of various sizes. With Fiix, users can easily manage work orders, physical assets, inventory, schedules, and monitor maintenance. The software also includes access to the Fiix mobile app, used by technicians in the field.
Pros: Offers an easy to use software with basic functionalities. Packed with useful features.
Cons: Mobile application needs improvement. Unable to customize dashboard color.
Bottomline: Feature-packed with a user-friendly design. However, the mobile application could be better.
Fiix Key Information:
1 (855) 884-5619
35 Golden Ave Suite A-201,Toronto, ON, Canada, M6R 2J5
What is Fiix's price range?
Fiix plans range from $35.00 to $55.00 per month. If you want an Enterprise plan, you can contact Fiix to get a quote.
Is there a Fiix free trial?
No, Fiix does not offer a free trial. However, users can go to fiixsoftware.com and access a free tour. Fiix Software also offers users the chance to book a demo.
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Where can I find the Fiix login?
Go to fiixsoftware.com and click "Login" in the top right corner of the homepage.
Fiix News & Activity:
News or Activity
September 13, 2018
May 22, 2018
Reviews of Fiix:
The software is actually pretty decent, and I believe it can do much more than we need it to. However, if you ever need assistance or tech support, good luck. They recently just closed one of my tickets because they hadn't heard from me. I sent an email asking for assistance and you close it because you haven't heard from me?I have now given up as I don't have time to wait around for Fiix to get to my problems when it's convenient for them.I'm sure after they see my negative review, they will be quick to call or email and attempt to resolve my issues, but it shouldn't have to come to this.
I have been using Fiix since 2014 and it was a low cost alternative solution. I have since found that I am paying more per employee than my maintenance manager friends and I have noticed more bugs than a company this far along should really have. I will continue to use Fiix, but ultimately, you get what you pay for.