See how much you’ll save moving from your existing
software to ML Work Orders™ K12 Software

Calculate your District’s potential annual cost savings from switching its current Work Order software to ML Work Orders™ K12 Facility Maintenance Software.


Note: It is helpful to have the following information available to accurately enter in the calculator:

  • The number of students in your District
  • What your district spends annually for its current Work Order System including any additional costs for Asset Management and/or Preventative Maintenance modules.

Calculate your district’s potential savings

1 Enter the total number of full-time students enrolled in your district.
2 Enter your district’s total annual cost for it’s current Work Order
    software subscription including any costs for optional Asset
    Management and Preventative Maintenance modules.
3 Select the Calculate button.

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New Features

Create Projects for multiple Work Orders

ML Work Orders™ Software now allows users to track multiple Work Orders against a specfic project.

For example, a project may require one Work Order for the electrician, one for carpentry, and a third for mechanical work.

This new feature allows Admins to create custom-named projects with estimated start and end dates. Both existing and new Work Orders issued from the software can then be linked to projects.

Reports can easily be run for specific projects to see all associated work orders for easier tracking and management.

Related capabilities include:

  • Manage Projects (setup with unique name and start & end dates)

  • Add a new or existing WO to a Project

  • Run Project Reports for all related WOs and associated costs (sample shown above for "Stadium Turf Field"project)

“I am incredibly impressed with the responsiveness of MasterLibrary Software staff and the timely manner in which things are handled and we are contacted. We are very impressed with the Support and software in the short time we’ve been using it in our district. We’re loving it!”
- Sean W., Technology Director, West Geauga Local Schools, Chestertown OH