If you were asked about your asset management plan, what would you say? Do you have a proper maintenance plan in place? Is it working? How are you tracking it? What is your return on investment (ROI)? These are questions most companies face. A CMMS answers these questions while also helping your business save money.
An essential element when selecting a cloud-based computerized maintenance management system is up-time and availability. A CMMS helps us manage things like assets, planning and scheduling, inventory, preventive maintenance, inspections and work order tickets. In fact, a CMMS should be the hub of your reliability program. That is why CMMS system up-time and availability is so critical.
Thursday, 16 February 2017 by eaglecmms
Asset management affects all aspects of your business and ultimately the bottom line. A good asset management strategy is about ensuring you have the right systems and processes in place to limit downtime and keep your production equipment running smoothly and in a way that’s also cost-effective. CMMS Software (Computerized Maintenance Management Systems) will help
What You Need to Know CMMS and EAM systems can gather data all year capturing costs, reasons for failure, and other strategic to help the facility manager control maintenance costs. Did yours? Using CMMS Data for Year-End Reporting and Strategic Planning When you add up the true costs of maintenance for any size or type
Last week we discussed ‘Why You Should Upgrade Your Legacy System to a CMMS’, now let’s examine what information and data a new CMMS could manage for you. Complete List of Current Assets For a CMMS to function properly, it needs to contain a complete list of the company’s assets. But it isn’t simply a