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What you need to know about computerized maintenance management system

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Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS) is a software that helps businesses in different industries monitor and maintain operations. It keeps a record of all assets, delegates and monitors responsibility for such tasks, and tracks the progress of everything happening in the business.

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What you need to know about computerized maintenance management system

  1. 1. What You Need to Know About Computerized Maintenance Management System Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS) is a software that helps businesses in different industries monitor and maintain operations. It keeps a record of all assets, delegates and monitors responsibility for such tasks, and tracks the progress of everything happening in the business. Why Use CMMS? 1. Accountability – Managers don’t have the time to monitor everyone’s movements, but they can see if the task is completed on time. 2. Prevention –CMMS enables managers, operators, and technicians to monitor equipment conditions. This way, they can prevent system breakdowns from happening. 3. Documentation – CMMS programs will record all problems and solutions and archive all details for future reference. It allows managers and technicians to put information into writing for everyone’s access. 4. Analysis – Managers will have an overview of the entire process to see what uses the most energy and which equipment needs maintenance for better productivity. It helps them plan all future operations.
  2. 2. 5. Savings –Most CMMS platforms have a user-friendly inventory feature that lets managers monitor available stocks. It lets them plan when and how many items the business needs. Who Uses CMMS? 1. Production Industry – Businesses that use heavy equipment, such as forklifts and assembly lines, to create consumer products. 2. Facility Maintenance –Those that deal with the cleanliness of an area, such as apartments, government buildings, and business establishments. This also includes those that fix HVAC and water supply systems. 3. Fleet Maintenance – All businesses that use and take care of automobiles, like car rentals and delivery vehicles. Towing trucks, city buses, long-haul trucks, and other means of transportation are also included. 4. Linear Assets – Those that handle maintenance of tangible materials that are significantly long. For example, an energy supplier that uses long electrical wiring or businesses that repair water pipes and expressways. CMMS helps businesses become more organised with their operations. This way, they have an idea what’s going on to provide immediate solutions. Sources: http://www.plant-maintenance.com/articles/CMMS_systems.shtml http://www.wbdg.org/om/cmms.php http://www.mainpac.com.au/asset-management-software/

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