Minimize your overhead and maximize your budget with eSSETS for schools.

When it comes to facilities management software for schools, eSSETS’ cloud-based software is easy to set up, updates data in real time, and helps your facilities team get the most out of your operational resources.

eSSETS helps dedicated teams like yours keep school in session.

eSSETS' facilities management software for schools keeps unexpected costs at bay so your budget goes further.

From keeping classrooms clean and in working order to monitoring dozens of asset warranties, eSSETS’ facilities management software for schools helps school campus managers and staff juggle the myriad of responsibilities it takes to eliminate environmental distractions and simply let learning take place. eSSETS’ powerful management software helps teams keep up with compliance requirements, get scheduled activities completed on schedule, and keeps buildings in A+ shape.

Best of all, eSSETS’ seamlessly integrated platform doesn’t require the addition of costly modules, making it an affordable facility management software system for schools.


Saint Joseph Academy
"eSSETS tremendously helps me manage a 27-acre campus facility built in 1959—with a staff of three."

John Patriaca - Chief of Maintenance Operations

eSSETS automates and maximizes your day-to-day operations.

Save Valuable Time

Through intuitive filtering and search, eSSETS makes it easy to search by places, asset types, or people. Plus, eSSETS' built-in equipment database holds thousands of brands and models of equipment so you spend less time on setup and more time putting eSSETS to work.

Streamline Input

Make electronic action lists, find the information you need quickly, and reduce paper handling and input time thanks to mobile- and tablet-friendly functionality. Real-time database updates and asset records eliminate the need for clunky transcriptions or spreadsheets.

Minimize Overhead

Small investments add up quickly. eSSETS minimizes them by helping you plan for preventive maintenance over emergency repairs, preemptive inspections over hefty government fines, and of course, a simple web app over internal IT equipment and personnel.

Get Organized

eSSETS helps substantially reduce the burden of paper handling by giving you the option to compile invoices, receipts, purchase orders, and other critical documents electronically. Sort newly filed documents by facility, asset ID, or asset category and find them anytime, anywhere.

Reduce Risk

From minimizing workplace accidents and costly downtime through routine maintenance to identifying trends in condition metrics and cost measures that help you anticipate problems before they happen, eSSETS' documentation helps you reduce risk—and anticipate it.

Enjoy Reliability

eSSETS' cloud-based infrastructure and automatic updates keeps its app running smoothly and delivering results—without IT headaches, costly server installations, or licensing fees. All you need is an up-to-date web browser and you're ready to roll.

Try eSSETS with your school facilities—for free.

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