Computerized Maintenance Management Software is constantly being updated. If you haven’t audited the efficiency of your maintenance management processes in some time, you may be missing out on some great updates that have become industry-standard.
If you’re still using paper to keep track of your maintenance management, the truth is you’re burning, time, money, and compromising the safe and effective operations of your facility.
SaaS, or Software-as-a-Service, is a software solution built to overcome some of the challenges businesses encounter with traditional on-premises software.
It's time to let go of the old-fashioned way and step into the future.
Are you still keeping track of your maintenance tasks with spreadsheets and logbooks? Because if so, it's only a matter of time until something happens that CMMS could have prevented.
One of the main causes of poor reporting in maintenance management is because the right data never made it in there in the first place.
Having dependable equipment is integral to running a smooth, efficient maintenance department. By combining CMMS and predictive maintenance, you have less downtime, a better idea of your equipment’s dependability, and make better decisions on repairs versus new equipment.
Today's typical executive wastes 150 hours a year — almost one month — searching for missing information.
Vocabulary is important. Saying that might seem too academic, but when it comes to maintenance and equipment, it really is. Why? Because using the right words can be the difference between a quick repair and an expensive replacement.