Unleashing the Power of Your CMMS
Facilities best can be summed up as a vast array of moving parts, pieces and people all working toward the common goal of helping to build a successful organization. This complex mix often makes managing a facility a challenging task. At any point in the day, something can (and usually does) go wrong and the impact has the potential of being felt throughout your organization.
Monday, it’s an AC unit that goes out, Tuesday you walk in only to find a worn roof with an annoying leak. Wednesday comes and the pipe system bursts and you spend the rest of the week trying to fix that mess. Whenever any of these things need repairing, they fall into the lap of the facility manager.
Over the years, new technologies have been introduced to lessen the challenge of managing a facility, including CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System). CMMS have several different functions including:
- Equipment data management—Storing key maintenance data including processes and warranties and technical documentation.
- Preventive Maintenance—Preventive care scheduling that preserves the life of the equipment used to manage the facility.
- Labor—The labor component of a CMMS gives managers the ability to best manage their human capital resources.
- Work order system—Phone calls, spreadsheets, and meetings become obsolete when a CMMS is used.
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Published White Papers 2018-11-02T07:08:56+00:00Share This On 11/01/2018 to