ManagerPlus Reviews

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

Updated on February 25th, 2019

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ManagerPlus is a cloud-based computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) created for small businesses to oversee their maintenance schedules, inventory, and work orders. With this easy-to-use software, businesses have one single point of contact for all critical asset and maintenance data.

ManagerPlus Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing







Professional Cloud Package 5


Professional Cloud Package 10


Professional Cloud Package 15


ManagerPlus Review:

Pros: Easy to implement and navigate. Cost-effective option with great customer service.

Cons: Features are basic. Reporting and backup features need improvement.

Bottomline: User-friendly product! An affordable option with good customer support. Features meet basic requirements.

ManagerPlus Key Information:


Brad Smith, Grant Christensen




Sandy, Utah


Burke Plummer

Number of Employees



1 (800) 730-9965


9350 South 150 East, Suite 650, Sandy, UT 84070


ManagerPlus FAQs:

What is ManagerPlus's price range?

ManagerPlus plans range from $45.00 to $800.00 per month. If you want a customized plan, you can contact ManagerPlus to get a quote.

Is there a ManagerPlus free trial?

No, ManagerPlus does not offer a free trial. However, users can go to and schedule a free demo.

What are some ManagerPlus alternatives?

Where can I find the ManagerPlus login?

ManagerPlus does not offer a login option.

ManagerPlus News & Activity:


News or Activity

March 23, 2018

ManageEngine Adds Office 365 Monitoring to O365 Manager Plus.

Reviews of ManagerPlus:



613mitch -

You get what you pay for. I've been using mitchell1 ManagerPlus SE for the past seven years, but it's definitely lacking in a lot of areas for the commercial sector. That being said - if you have no employees it's fairly affordable and works well, and will probably be as cheap as you can get for automotive use (assuming that's your market). I switched two months ago to a more suitable management system.