(CMMS) Tips – Garbage In Garbage Out

The amount of information you put in against an equipment record will determine down the road how effective the software will be for you.

 

The less you enter the less effective your database will be in the future. Enter garbage, get garbage. Make an extra effort, reap profit and rewards in the future.

 

For example, if you identify the date the equipment started, and the cost to replace a piece of equipment, Capital Replacement Programming becomes a Microsoft Excel exercise of comparing maintenance costs against replacement costs for the financial analyst of the organization.

 


TRO employees are detail oriented.


TRO can train your staff to avoid costly data errors when inputting data.