Team Introduction Template Option

Communicate to your team that you are implementing a new system with this quick template that you can edit!

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Written by Ben On
Updated over a week ago

When introducing a new system for your team, communication is key! To ensure successful adoption, it's crucial to have the whole team on board. To make this process easier, we've prepared a quick template you can use to share more information about UpKeep with your team. This way, everyone will be well-informed and ready to embrace the change! 📝🗣️ Let's set the stage for a smooth and successful transition together! 🚀🌟

Team Introduction Template

Hi Team,

As some of you know, we’re moving to UpKeep for our internal Facility and Asset Management. UpKeep is a maintenance management tool where we can track assets, manage work orders, and work together.

Why are we moving to UpKeep?

We want to use the best Facility and Asset Management tools to make our lives easier and be more productive. Having everything in one place will help us work together better and faster, rather than jumping around. Everything you share in UpKeep is trackable and reportable.

Here’s what UpKeep can help us with:

  • Communicating transparently across the company

  • Providing greater visibility

  • Quicker feedback and better decision making

  • Easy access to information, documents, and files

  • Bringing all our data into one place

Before we get started, please get yourself set up:

  1. You’ll receive an email from us inviting you to join UpKeep. This will include your username (email), DO NOT CREATE AN ACCOUNT.

  2. Complete Sign-up process – Create Password by clicking the blue link in the email you received with your user name. If you forget your password after setting it, you can reset it here or reach out to [email protected].

  3. Download the UpKeep app for mobile: iOS or Android. DO NOT CREATE AN ACCOUNT.

  4. Check out UpKeeps Help Center for basic how-tos and training information at

Thank you,


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