Your maintenance equipment is one of your biggest investments if not the biggest investment. This is why protecting your assets is so important whether it's theft, the elements, or simply knowing when to repair and when to replace your equipment.
Predicting asset performance can help save your organization thousands of dollars every year. Start the new year off right with the proper tools to keep yourself organized.
It takes a lot to run a maintenance shop. There is planning, budgeting, hiring, assigning work, keeping up with inventory, and that's just a fraction of the work that has to be done in order to do your job successfully. One thing that almost always affects your business is spikes in operational costs.
It can be cost effective to rent certain equipment rather than buying it. There are many variables in this equation so hopefully we can share some of the pros and cons of renting versus buying equipment for your facility.
If you run a Maintenance department, then you know how important it is to have everything working, when you need it. Whether it's backup for your computer system, an UPS system, or generators, it is important to know that your backup power is in good working condition and if you don't already have backup power, it is a good idea to check out your options.
If you own a vehicle then you probably have a set maintenance schedule. You have the oil changed on a regular basis, the air filter changed, the tires rotated, and the transmission fluid changed. Along with all of that you also have to keep up with the appearance and you most likely have a place in your glove compartment where you keep your paperwork or at least a filing cabinet in your home.
Being in charge of a maintenance facility is more than just setting up maintenance tasks for your employees; you also are in charge of your equipment. Whether it is a maintenance facility in charge of handling a healthcare center or you run a processing plant, the equipment is important to your bottom line as well as your return on investment.
It's common knowledge that workplace theft is prevalent no matter what the industry. From small acts of theft such as stealing pens or office supplies to large thefts when equipment is involved, Asset Management Software helps combat the problem in maintenance facilities.