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Maintenance Connection Onsite/Online
Maintenance Connection is web-based maintenance management system that can be deployed on-line via the Internet or on-site on a company@s Intranet. The

plant maintenance procedures  Connection Onsite/Online Maintenance Connection is web-based maintenance management system that can be deployed on-line via the Internet or on-site on a company's Intranet. The system allows a maintenance organization to manage assets, keep track of work orders, schedule preventive maintenance, store standard operating procedures, maintain spare parts levels, and ultimately develop good reports to make better long-term business decisions. With over 150 reports and a built-in report writer, any i Read More
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In this model, we assume the municipality controls water, sewers and roads. We assume also that it collects municipal or county taxes and manages many of its own assets such as vehicles and wate...
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Process Manufacturing: Ensuring Food Safety through Active HACCP Management
As a result of publicized food contamination and product recalls, food safety regulations are under increasing scrutiny. Process manufacturers in the food and

plant maintenance procedures  at its Sylvester, Ga., plant since October 2004 after the product was linked to hundreds of cases of salmonella across the United States. As a result of these incidents, and others, food safety regulations have come under increasing scrutiny. Process manufacturers may soon find themselves facing much stricter rules-including having to report possible contamination within 24 hours. These manufacturers can proactively prevent food contamination by leveraging existing technology to automate and ensure the Read More
If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It!!!
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” If this proverb were applied in today’s operations, every organization would be in a reactive mode of maintenance and work

plant maintenance procedures  is outside the manufacturing plant. Lastly, reporting capabilities are vital for asset management. By using analytical tools, asset key performance indicators (KPIs) and measurements can be created to make decisions about equipment life cycles and projected investments. EAM applications provide a three-dimensional view for decision makers. EAM includes what needs to happen, when it needs to happen, and what is going to be needed in the form of resources, material, training etc. It is similar to the way Read More
Maintenance Software--How to Negotiate Successful Contracts with CMMS Vendors
When negotiating a contract with a computer maintenance management system (CMMS) vendor the guiding principals and definition of the project must first be

plant maintenance procedures  founding president of the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada. For more information call (416) 362-6863 ext. 237; email: david@wmc.on.ca or visit www.wmc.on.ca . Reprinted with permission from Plant Engineering and Maintenance magazine. Read More
10 Tips for Perfect (Nearly!) Inventory Accuracy
Even though we have made enormous advances in technology and business processes, many organizations and manufacturers still cannot perform basic warehouse

plant maintenance procedures  prioritized in the manufacturing plant; reduce operating costs; and provide accurate data for financial records. Inventory accuracy is one of the major performance factors in any warehouse or distribution center. To have the appropriate amount of inventory (i.e. not carrying too much at a time) is a major success factor for an organization. Inventory can only be maintained effectively with the right processes and with proper material handling procedures in place. Most inventory control problems arise 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

plant maintenance procedures  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
MES: Unlocking Information Silos of Plant Level Data
Global manufacturers want an integrated view of the shop floor. In response, manufacturing execution systems (MES) have emerged as a powerful tool for

plant maintenance procedures  Unlocking Information Silos of Plant Level Data Global manufacturers want an integrated view of the shop floor. In response, manufacturing execution systems (MES) have emerged as a powerful tool for integrating plant-floor data with information provided by applications, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM). MES can connect the world, and it has an exciting future when combined with promising technologies such as business process management (BPM) and Read More
The Business Value of Plant Floor Visibility
Best-in-class manufacturers are driven to improve plant floor data management by the need to enhance performance improvement program effectiveness, as well as

plant maintenance procedures  Business Value of Plant Floor Visibility Best-in-class manufacturers are driven to improve plant floor data management by the need to enhance performance improvement program effectiveness, as well as operational performance visibility. Up to two-thirds of these manufacturers address these pressures through technology. If you want to lead the pack—instead of getting buried under it—read this white paper to find out which technologies are right for you. Read More
Rimini Street: The End of Full-price Software Maintenance Is Here!
In a recent press release, Rimini Street boldly declared the end of full-price software maintenance. The vocal and upbeat third-party software maintenance

plant maintenance procedures  Street: The End of Full-price Software Maintenance Is Here! In a  recent press release , Rimini Street boldly declared the end of full-price software maintenance. The vocal and upbeat third-party software maintenance provider for various popular SAP and Oracle enterprise systems believes that a tipping point has finally been reached in the market for annual maintenance (certainly, the public cloud enterprise software providers have long been preaching even the outright elimination of maintenance Read More
Data Mining and Predictive Modeling for Condition-based Maintenance
Today’s military logistics agencies must sustain diverse fleets of costly, complex, and indispensible weapon systems and platforms. Modern predictive

plant maintenance procedures  Mining and Predictive Modeling for Condition-based Maintenance Today’s military logistics agencies must sustain diverse fleets of costly, complex, and indispensible weapon systems and platforms. Modern predictive maintenance solutions can integrate with existing IT infrastructures to collect and transmit data from various platforms to a centralized condition-based maintenance (CBM) database. Learn more about how these solutions enable better-informed decisions regarding specific maintenance actions. Read More
Enterprise Resource Planning Vendor Gains Connectivity through Acquisition of Plant Intelligence Provider
SAP has gained connectivity to virtually any source on the plant floor and analytical functionality through its acquisition of Lighthammer's products for plant

plant maintenance procedures  and warehousing real-time transactions, plant maintenance data, ERP master data, etc.), are rarely in sync, making timely decision-making difficult and often inaccurate. This concept holds true any time information is kept in more than one location, since without a highly advanced method of synchronization the chances of having accurate data stored in more than one location are small indeed. If data is only synchronized on a batch mode basis daily, or even by shift, managers have a difficult time making Read More
Top Ten Steps to CMMS Deployment Success
This paper examines the roadblocks to a successful computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) implementation, including user adoption and training, as

plant maintenance procedures  Ten Steps to CMMS Deployment Success This paper examines the roadblocks to a successful computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) implementation, including user adoption and training, as well as the ten steps organizations must take to reap all the benefits of their new CMMS solution. Instead of scrambling to put out fires, staff will be able to focus on maintenance, all with a properly implemented CMMS. Read More
The Best Gets Better: Automated Disk Maintenance
Most operating systems use logical file systems optimized for traditional magnetic hard disk drives (HDD). As a result, users adopting newer solid state drive

plant maintenance procedures  Best Gets Better: Automated Disk Maintenance Most operating systems use logical file systems optimized for traditional magnetic hard disk drives (HDD). As a result, users adopting newer solid state drive (SSD) technology often see poor write-speed performance caused by free space fragmentation. Learn how new automatic disk maintenance technologies can improve SSD performance and extend the life of SSD devices by minimizing free space fragmentation. Read More
Maintenance Connection Onsite/Online for CMMS-EAM Certification Report
Maintenance Connection Onsite/Online (v. 5.0) is TEC Certified for online evaluation of computerized maintenance management system (CMMS)–enterprise asset

plant maintenance procedures  Connection Onsite/Online for CMMS-EAM Certification Report Maintenance Connection Onsite/Online (v. 5.0) is TEC Certified for online evaluation of computerized maintenance management system (CMMS)–enterprise asset management (EAM) solutions in the Asset Management Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, Read More

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