Limonest, 3 September 2019 – DIMO Maint, the CMMS and after-sales service software publisher, announces a 12% increase in turnover for 2019. A noteworthy performance on the market.
DIMO Maint owes these results mainly to the consistency of its external growth strategy and the relevance of its technical innovations. As a result, 2019 was a dynamic year with great sales achievements and strong international momentum.
A sustained growth rate for the 10th year in a row
The 2018-2019 financial year confirms DIMO Maint’s excellent sales momentum with three key indicators:
• the acquisition of more than 200 new clients across all business sectors,
• the acceleration of sales in cloud mode: 1 out of every 2 new sales,
• the continuation of our international development with nearly 45% of sales achieved outside the French market.
• The successful integration of acquisitions and the retention of employees who have joined the project.
“We are not changing direction. Our aim is still to increase our turnover at a sustained pace to reach 15 million euros by 2022. This will take place by fostering our clients’ loyalty with increasingly innovative solutions (cloud, mobility, IoT, predictive maintenance, BIM, augmented reality, etc.) by increasing the number of people using our software as well as by making targeted acquisitions. We would like to become a global benchmark publisher on the maintenance management solutions market”, confirms Jean-Paul Genoux, Managing Director of DIMO Software and its subsidiary DIMO Maint.
45% of orders from overseas markets and a new office opening in Malaysia
45% of DIMO Maint’s sales occurred internationally during the 2018-2019 financial year. This wonderful performance is part of a buoyant global context and is explained by:
• the dynamism of its global partner network
• the deployment of our CMMS solution by very large global groups in nearly 100 countries (covering Europe, Asia, North America, Africa and Australasia)
With its unicode, multi-company, multi-currency software solution translated into 17 languages (French, English, Spanish, Catalan, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Slovak, Polish, Russian, Chinese, Turkish, Japanese, Thai, Czech and Vietnamese), DIMO Maint effectively supports the deployment of its clients’ CMMS projects abroad.
Having successfully set up in North America, DIMO Maint is announcing the opening of an office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in September, in order to accelerate its growth on the Asian markets. This decision offers proximity and service to local clients.
DIMO Maint is therefore strengthening its existing distribution partnerships and can respond more quickly and suitably to the growing demand for CMMS solutions.
“We are delighted to announce the opening of our Malaysian office. This investment is a strong indicator of the long-term commitment that we are establishing with our Asian clients, and the Asia-Pacific region in general”, said Jean-Paul Genoux, Managing Director.
Towards maintenance solutions of the future
Aware of the strategic importance of maintenance software and its tools in future industry practices, the DIMO Maint teams innovate and develop new partnerships to guarantee the convergence of new technologies applied to CMMS 4.0, such as, for example:
• predictive maintenance with contributors specialising in IoT (connected objects) and AI (Artificial Intelligence)
• augmented reality with solutions based on connected glasses
• the integration of building information modelling (BIM)
The most important developments are aimed at those working in the field, to assist them better. CMMS is being developed into the convergence platform for all digital data related to companies’ equipment, networks and buildings. The move to CMMS 4.0 will be based on several major principles: the digital circulation of information, the general digital exploitation of assets, strengthened security, the energy analysis of equipment, the exploitation of connected objects and finally, data sharing in real time.
The DIMO Maint CMMS is already rising to a certain number of new technological challenges with its Cloud offer, its DIMO Maint App mobile application that already meets the assistance needs of technicians in the field, the integration of monitoring data (alarms, precautions) for a conditional maintenance policy, and finally, interoperability with the information system already in place.