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Use a Computerized Maintenance Management System to Improve Predictive Maintenance Performance
Companies that have moved from a highly reactive environment to a more planned one notice significant improvement. A computer maintenance management or

planned maintenance  for the ratio of planned to unplanned maintenance is 80:20. Clearly, many manufacturing environments have far to go to achieve this target. Companies that have moved from a highly reactive environment to a more planned environment notice significant improvements, such as significant reductions in total downtime lower inventory of spare parts required in stores increased production capacity, as fewer machines lie idle or are in the shop less space requirements for spare parts and equipment that's down Read More...
CMMS – EAM
Enterpise asset management (EAM) solutions support maintenance management tasks. Asset management systems typically enable planning, controlling, and monitoring of physical asset events. ...
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Continuous Improvement Offers CMMS Maintenance Benefits
Computer maintenance management system (CMMS) packages are excellent tools for collecting, analyzing, and reporting data and can offer insight into a process

planned maintenance  to compare actual versus planned times for completing a work-order, especially for repetitive tasks. For example, this applies to preventive maintenance (PM) routines. Reports can be generated to highlight any serious anomalies. In turn, analysis of the root cause can lead to corrective measures, such as training for more junior maintenance staff and replacement of deteriorating equipment, etc. Quality control For some companies, the biggest opportunity for improving processes is to do it right the Read More...
What Is the Value Proposition of Support and Maintenance?
Mature systems in any enterprise require an approach different from newer implementations to software support—one that focuses on customization

planned maintenance  fees than they had planned to. It was indeed interesting to note that some IT executives within the surveyed group indicated that they view maintenance agreements as insurance policies. Because it is hard to predict what and when something could go wrong with a system, these executives felt that paying the maintenance bill lowered the IT risk for their companies. Clearly, this value is a function of how any one company looks at risk—as in how much it is willing to accept. Vendors will continue to play Read More...
How Airlines Can Stop Getting Murdered by Maintenance Costs
Patchwork maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) systems can cost large airlines millions in duplicated effort, extra inventory, and delays. But with round-the

planned maintenance  subsequent maintenance activities, whether planned (e.g., A/B/C/D checks) or unplanned (e.g., emergency repairs), can then be associated as a subordinate or child project. You can track the progress of maintenance activities based on the assigned tasks and their associated costs. However, such a solution truly makes a significant impact when you combine APS capabilities with calendar functions to manage the various resource allocation constraints, such as maintenance bays, equipment, mechanics, parts, Read More...
Maintenance Scheduling 101
Many organizations have tried to address their maintenance scheduling woes by introducing new and sometimes very advanced technologies. The reality is that

planned maintenance  scheduling and execution of planned maintenance work is an imposing challenge. I, too, was a skeptic. I had seen my maintenance organization fall into a quagmire of never-ending emergency work and we were constantly struggling to keep our heads above water. Scheduling planned work seemed like a distant planet. But this was about to change. A new maintenance manager was hired and his first decree was that planned preventive maintenance (PM) work was going to be the order of the day. When creating weekly Read More...
Service Parts Planning for Maintenance Management
Whether you have a small network with a couple of printers and a fax machine, or a sophisticated shop floor using robots, cranes, etc., you have to make sure

planned maintenance  Parts Planning for Maintenance Management Whether you have a small network with a couple of printers and a fax machine, or a sophisticated shop floor using robots, cranes, etc., you have to make sure your assets are functioning properly. One of the main challenges is finding the right spare part to repair your equipment. There are two facts that are certain in the enterprise asset management (EAM) world: 1. your equipment will break sooner or later; and 2. it will eventually become obsolete. It is Read More...
How to Overcome SQL Server Maintenance Challenges
For SQL server administrators, it is very important to analyze SQL server performance and storage structure regularly, and get information that will help to

planned maintenance  to Overcome SQL Server Maintenance Challenges For SQL server administrators, it is very important to analyze SQL server performance and storage structure regularly, and get information that will help to manage SQL server capacity, performance and storage issues, as well as its forecast future requirements. Administrators should be completely aware of the entire SQL server environment and the status of different performance and storage parameters. Download the white paper. Read More...
Computerized Maintenance Management Systems: A Tutorial Part One: Challenges and Features
Companies are looking for more areas to squeeze savings out of operations. One such area that may be fertile ground to explore is equipment maintenance. The

planned maintenance  demand is equipment downtime, planned or otherwise. A CMMS provides equipment and tool state modeling, planning and scheduling, performance analysis, preventive maintenance, and paperless operation to maximize needed equipment reliability. And it's not getting any easier. In push industries, like process manufacturing, you need to react nimbly to changes in the marketplace and the needs for your customers. Equipment outage means lost opportunity, lost revenue, and lost customers. Automation has increased Read More...
Lean Maintenance: Best Practices to Turn Asset Management into a Profit Center
It’s common knowledge that asset downtime disrupts production and drives up both process and per-unit operating costs. However, executives often lose sight of

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An ERP Vendor Poised to Overtake the Services Market
Companies in the services industry need both asset and field services management, but current integrated asset and field services maintenance systems often fail

planned maintenance  ERP Vendor Poised to Overtake the Services Market As the US and European markets continue to drive away from manufacturing toward a more services-centric model, the twin factors of workforce mobility and inherent “change” that are tied to people-based industries have spawned a host of new technologies, software applications, and support structures. Simple customer relationship management (CRM) strategies have birthed new wired and wireless field services management, remote asset management, and Read More...
Spinnaker Support Announces New SAP Third-party Maintenance Customer
Spinnaker Support, a a provider of third-party maintenance for JD Edwards and SAP products, announced D+M Group as its latest customer. This win has multiple

planned maintenance  Support Announces New SAP Third-party Maintenance Customer Spinnaker Support, a a provider of third-party maintenance for JD Edwards and SAP products, announced D+M Group as its latest customer. This win has multiple meanings for Spinnaker. For one, as a recent entrant into the third-party support and maintenance market for SAP customers (compared to a veteran provider like Rimini Street), this win adds to Spinnaker’s budding list of SAP reference customers. In addition, D+M Group is a Read More...
Areas of Growth for After-market Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul Initiatives
Increasingly, companies in the aviation industry are outsourcing their maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) operations, especially for engine and component

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Color Spot Nurseries Expands SAP Footprint with Rimini Street
Third-party software service and maintenance providers continue to peel off lucrative maintenance contracts from large vendors one customer at a time. Color

planned maintenance  Spot Nurseries Expands SAP Footprint with Rimini Street Third-party software service and maintenance providers continue to peel off lucrative maintenance contracts from large vendors one customer at a time. Color Spot Nurseries has been  successfully expanding  its SAP footprint while leveraging Rimini Street Inc. for maintenance and support. Rimini Street is a leading third-party maintenance and support provider for enterprise software, including SAP’s Business Suite and BusinessObjects Read More...
What Are the Support and Maintenance Options?
Enterprise software licensees do have a choice when it comes to software support and maintenance (S&M) providers, with several, less expensive options existing

planned maintenance  Are the Support and Maintenance Options? Enterprises can remain at the mercy of vendors' high-priced support and maintenance (S&M) agreements for only so long. If vendors continue playing hardball with their customers, they are likely to face substantial customer defections, with customers seeking alternative options. To learn more about software maintenance and support, please see Will User Enterprises Ever Get onto an Easy (Support and Maintenance) Street? , Support and Maintenance: No Longer the Read More...

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