Today, maintenance managers are challenged to keep pace with changing industry trends and economic demands, while at the same time being in-tune to profit margins and returns on investments (ROI). These factors have resulted in an increasing number of companies turning toward to a Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) systems for their maintenance management needs. Read 9 ways that a CMMS software reduces the costs of maintenance.
Thursday, 21 June 2018 by Anish
While a new CMMS might be an expensive expenditure during one purchasing cycle, legacy systems tend to become more expensive over time. They may need special programming to connect to the newest machinery and finding programmers who are familiar with legacy programs becomes more expensive over time. A CMMS also has enhanced functionality over legacy systems. It will send notifications to tablets or cell phones, for example, while older systems cannot.
Thursday, 14 June 2018 by Anish
CMMS software for manufacturing plants gives you better control and helps prevent equipment breakdown and failures.