Computerized Maintenance Management Solutions (CMMS) Tips
Developing a proactive approach to Maintenance Management is a challenge facing every organization that requires maintenance on its assets.
However, the benefits are clear: production uptime is optimized and costs are significantly reduced.
There are many tools in the marketplace to assist with this challenge. Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS), Vibration Analysis and Building Management Systems (BMS) are some examples. No matter the combination of technology and databases chosen there are 10 basic rules that need to be understood.
Designing an effective CMMS requires following these top ten rules:
- Case Sensitivity
- Naming Conventions and Coding Structure
- General to Specific
- Asset Hierarchy
- Special Characters
- Database Sort
- Garbage In Garbage Out
- Resource Management