Fiix Reviews

Learn about Fiix maintenance management software for small businesses. Includes info on Fiix, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

5 min read • Last updated on October 31st, 2018

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.

Fiix Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing

Basic

$35.00

Professional

$55.00

Fiix Key Information:

Co-founders

Corbin Church, Daryl Sedgman, Marc Castel, Stephane Castel

Founded

2008

Headquarters

Toronto, Canada

CEO

James Novak

Parent Company

Fiix Software

Phone

1 (855) 884-5619

Address

35 Golden Ave Suite A-201,Toronto, ON, Canada, M6R 2J5

Website

www.fiixsoftware.com

Fiix FAQs:

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.

Where can I find the Fiix login?

Go to fiixsoftware.com and click "Login" in the top right corner of the homepage.

Reviews of Fiix:

Reviewer

Rating

Review

Tesha.

4.0

Pros include the ability to import and export for Excel, and to group by location.

Claudio Jr Z.

4.0

It is a great help to us especially when it comes to equipment monitoring and maintenance.

Dennis M.

5.0

Solid app on desktop and mobile, excellent how-to guides and support, great tracking and reporting. Smooth work order flow.

Yvon.

4.0

Overall very satisfied. Pros are ease of use and ability to select several different screens form the same page.

Randy C.

5.0

We've been using Maintenance Assistant for a number of years now, and I am very pleased with how it has been integrated with the smart device explosion that is currently going on.