We all know that CMMS or Computerized Maintenance Management Software is a good idea if you run a maintenance department, but what exactly are the benefits? Here are a few important ones that may set your mind at ease when making the decision to take the plunge.
Running a restaurant is hard work and a larger one is even more hectic. When things break, it is imperative to get going again or profits and customers are lost. If your restaurant is large enough to have a regular maintenance crew then CMMS is a must in order to make things run easier and more efficiently.
One of the most important aspects of a business is security and safety and as a maintenance manager, one of the areas is the parking lot.
Another new year is upon us and really, where does the time go? If you are still using a paper trail to schedule work tasks, are behind on preventative maintenance, or find it hard to keep up with repairs and new equipment – then CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management Software) is for you.
When it comes to any type of “new to you” product, sometimes you may think something that isn't exactly true. If anything makes you second guess getting a CMMS program, then hopefully this will set your mind at ease.
Training new employees to how your maintenance department works is simply part of doing business. That doesn't mean that it's always easy.
In Austin, Texas, Building Services Officer Eric Stockton and representatives from the Parks and Recreation Department and the Austin Public Library have stressed the need for funding that has been given elsewhere instead of its promised areas. Avoid the budgeting collision with CMMS.
A family vacationing in Palm Springs, California had a major tragedy recently when the father was killed while in a swimming pool that was not grounded. While there is no word yet on what caused the short, a faulty motor, a wet junction box, faulty wiring, or a light perhaps, there is an easy fix that would have saved his life.