In terms of energy asset management, companies collect data from energy systems across the entire organization. This data is then evaluated by management so that the efficiency of the systems can be classified and measures taken to improve energy use.
If you run a factory or facility with high value equipment or if you own large fleets of company vehicles, asset management software might be a worthwhile investment for your enterprise. The following article helps evaluate under what circumstances EAM software is the best fit.
I recently spent some time helping a well-known yogurt manufacturer improve their visibility into their daily maintenance process. Their CMMS product is 10 years old, not updated with the correct patches, and the reporting software is equally as ancient. The manager in charge of maintenance performance seemed less stressed this time as compared to last. During my first visit he was newly appointed as the person who would take their CMMS and revamp the plant maintenanceRead More
These days many companies are scaling back on expenditures of any kind. And, why not? It just makes sense. Obviously, the severe economic downturn has impacted organizations across the United States and the Globe. Capital conservation has become the rule and cutbacks are inevitable. Yet, this is the just the kind of environment that completely justifies investment in Computerized Maintenance Management Software for organizations seeking to lower costs and protect vital plant and equipment assets.Read More
I do quite a bit of training on MP2 CMMS across North America. As I visit sites and work with maintenance teams, there are some similaritieis worth sharing. Regardless of whether the maintenance business I am working with is tasked to maintain assets within either Manufacturing or Facilities, the underlying challenges remain similar. My point today is to stress that maintenance improvements can be realized WAY before CMMS is installed and configured. In fact, without someRead More