3 Ways Mobile CMMS Streamlines Maintenance Operations

3 Ways Mobile CMMS Streamlines Maintenance Operations

Time is of the essence when it comes to managing mobile maintenance operations. To enhance productivity and performance, maintenance teams utilize mobile computerized maintenance management software (CMMS).

By having mobile CMMS at your fingertips, you too could make better maintenance decisions with the right information at the right time. In fact, FacilitiesNet states that mobile CMMS helps both technicians and managers remotely gain access to data, work orders and other decision-driving information.

In our 2017 State of CMMS Report, we found that fewer than half of maintenance pros rely on mobile CMMS. What’s more startling is that these maintenance teams are missing out on top CMMS functionality enabled by mobile, like accelerated workflow and improved team communication. Continue reading

2017 State of CMMS Report: Top 3 CMMS Healthcare Insights [Free Download]

From servicing equipment to demonstrating compliance, managing maintenance in a healthcare facility is no small task. To ensure day-to-day operations run according to schedule, healthcare facilities rely on computerized maintenance management software (CMMS).

In an effort to reveal how CMMS implementation directly affects industries like healthcare, we created the 2017 State of CMMS Report. Through our findings, we discovered what sort of return on investment (ROI) professionals experience from CMMS, and how operations improve as CMMS usage increases. The survey also exposed healthcare as one of the more maintenance-intensive industries. For example, 63% of healthcare respondents reported they have more than 500 assets to manage. With more assets comes greater responsibility. Continue reading

From CMMS Apprentice to Master: How to Create Change Across Your Maintenance Team

We have a few questions for you:

  • Were you the team member who first researched CMMS?
  • Did you go above and beyond during the CMMS implementation phase to ensure team members understood the system?
  • Did you fight technology resistance to win ultimate buy-in for your organization’s CMMS?

If you answered yes to these questions, congrats, you may be your maintenance team’s CMMS change agent. Now that you’ve implemented your CMMS, it’s time to champion for success to ensure the team is fully utilizing the system to reach total maintenance mastery.

While it may seem like a daunting task to inspire change across your organization, imagine the benefits that full CMMS implementation would mean to your organization (hint: less downtime, fewer emergency work orders, higher customer satisfaction and less risk of going over budget).

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