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How Medical Device Manufacturers Prove Compliance with CMMS

Every day, healthcare professionals rely on medical devices that diagnose, treat, prevent and cure medical conditions and diseases. Hospital managers and medical device manufacturers partner to ensure that each part is compliant with regulatory standards.  

For medical device manufacturers, using a computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) is a must. Those with complete systems in place see decreased medical device-related accidents and improved efficiencies.
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7 Key Questions to Ask About a CMMS Vendor Before Investing

Choosing a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) is not a simple process.

Many times, the focus of the selection will stay on the solution itself. The CMMS project team may answer questions like:

  • Will the features meet all the needs of the organization?
  • How will the data be stored?
  • Is the system flexible enough to handle my business as it grows?

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Top Benefits of Integrating CMMS with an ERP System

It’s no secret that software systems benefit businesses of all types, especially those in manufacturing. In fact, manufacturing output has reached a record high thanks to software advancements like robotics and automation.

These facts prove that adoption of manufacturing software has resulted in higher productivity and output, and lower production costs across the industry. But, don’t stop while you’re ahead; there are many more ways to capture productivity improvements. Continue reading

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Top 5 CMMS Features for Facility Managers

Facility managers have a lot on their plate. From planning maintenance strategies to setting budgets to satisfying work order requests, the priorities and tasks seem endless.

With the help of a CMMS, managers can improve the facility’s asset health, team efficiencies and downtime, reducing headaches and freeing up large amounts of time. A CMMS has five features that will alleviate a facility manager’s stress by improving day-to-day tasks and team processes. Read on to learn how. Continue reading

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Is Reactive Maintenance the Norm?

What You Can Learn from 450+ Facilities Maintenance Professionals

Does your facility rely on a maintenance strategy in which assets are only serviced if downtime occurs? If so, you may be stuck in the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” scenario of reactive maintenance.

Reactive maintenance negatively impacts employee morale, productivity and job safety. Continue reading

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How L’Oréal Improved Asset Life and Performance Reporting with a CMMS [Case Study]

With five major manufacturing facilities and 15 distribution centers in the U.S. alone, L’Oréal has thousands of employees to keep track of—not to mention assets. At a time of high growth, the company recognized its need for better maintenance management.

L’Oréal sought out an easy-to-use solution to help maintain the lifespan of its equipment and track asset health, so they chose Maintenance Connection’s CMMS. Continue reading

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How Lucky Eagle Casino Reduced Maintenance Costs with a CMMS

Customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance in the hospitality industry, especially for casinos. Vegas Inc states that the revenue of a casino comes from more than gambling—it depends heavily on the non-gaming experiences like operations.

As the operations of a casino become more elaborate thanks to today’s technology, there’s an even stronger need for smart maintenance. That’s because a casino’s customer satisfaction depends on the health of thousands of assets within—from slot machines to behind-the-scene equipment like lights and HVAC systems. Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from the Maintenance Connection Team: 2016 Get Together Recap

With the holiday season quickly approaching and another year coming to an end, we’d like to take the time to reflect on 2016. This was a big year for the Maintenance Connection team: We welcomed our new CEO, volunteered in cities across the country, enjoyed team-building activities this summer, and spent time with our customers in Baltimore. Continue reading

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How Stanford University Medical Center Saved 50,000 Sheets of Paper by Making One Maintenance Change [VIDEO]

The number of assets within a healthcare facility is only growing, as more technology and medical devices are developed to improve patient care. In fact, in the number of assets patients are surrounded by has grown from only eight in 1995 to now more than 13. And, that’s just within a patient’s room.

The maintenance team knows the struggles with the growing amount of assets in healthcare facilities, as downtime negatively impacts day-to-day labor costs, expenses incurred from lack of productivity and, most importantly, patient care. Continue reading

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3 Types of Maintenance Strategies and When to Implement Each [WEBINAR]

We’ve all heard the old saying, “Work smarter, not harder.” This carries over to the maintenance industry, one field that is in constant search of ways to decrease asset downtime without increasing the needed manpower.

But without broadening our range of strategies, how can any maintenance team improve if they’re following old, reactive ways? As FacilitiesNet states, one of the hardest parts of implementing a new maintenance strategy is simply getting started. Continue reading

About Maintenance Connection

Since 1999, Maintenance Connection has been delivering quality Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS Software) to organizations around the world. Our Facility Maintenance and Asset Management Software (Browser-Based CMMS) is designed to help your organization manage maintenance, not software. Packaged in a simple, user-friendly, yet powerful application, Maintenance Connection connects maintenance professionals to their operations with a unique style that continues to revolutionize the way maintenance is performed.

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