Monthly Archives: January 2013

Too small for CMMS? think again!

Too many companies think that CMMS is overkill for their small sized company. At an apartment building that had 50 units, the property manager was overheard complaining about the expenditures for spare parts related to a pool filter. “The filter … Continue reading

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Eight quantifiable ways that a CMMS can save you money

Properly implemented CMMS systems provide a multitude of benefits. These range from the easily quantifiable to those that are qualitative, such as improving the customer experience through more reliable goods and services. This article deals with eight quantifiable CMMS benefits … Continue reading

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If you want new thinking, ask new questions.

A computerized maintenance system may sound interesting. But before you make a move, please read through the questions your company should consider before selecting a solution. We will be sending new questions out daily to further educate our clients and … Continue reading

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If you do not improve, you are not good anymore

Any improvement initiative within reliability and maintenance is a journey towards a state of continuous improvement. You will never reach a final destination. You might state that your goal is 96% planned and scheduled maintenance and 95% reliability. In my … Continue reading

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Why Preventive Maintenence Makes Sense to the Bottom Line.

Installing a good Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) can have a profound impact on your maintenance operations – and your bottom line. Sure, the software can streamline work order processing, purchase order generation, and the creation of preventive maintenance tasks. … Continue reading

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