The manufacturing industry is the sixth largest employer in the United States. In 2016, the manufacturing industry contributed $2.1 trillion to the economy. Because of this, a solid maintenance strategy is critical for manufacturing facilities to perform at peak performance and meet customer demands.
Unplanned downtime in the delivery and production process can cost maintenance managers significant time and money.
With a CMMS, maintenance managers can perform routine maintenance throughout the manufacturing plant that extends asset life, and prevents and predicts equipment failures. Continue reading
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.
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?