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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

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ERP for Municipalities

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 water treatment plant. ERP software for Municipalities nearly always includes Finance, Customer Care and Billing For a complete municipal ERP suite, the following modules are usually included: - Human Resources - Maintenance Management - Asset Management - Project Management ( including Grant Management) - Quality Management - Analytics - Product Technology Of the above, Project and Quality Management modules may not be required for smaller Municipalities.    

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If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It!!!


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DPSI


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