CMMS Explained - Made Simple

A Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) is one of the critical foundational elements necessary for the implementation of Best Practices for Maintenance and Operations. The CMMS is designed to automate standardized business processes, collect historical information and leverage the computer’s ability to quickly sort and analyze large amounts of data. This proactive tool when properly implemented and utilized provides accurate and timely data, enabling informed maintenance and operational management decisions.

The effectiveness of a CMMS is directly proportional to the types, consistency and integrity of the data input to the system. The system configuration, implementation and subsequent utilization will establish the quality and effectiveness of this data. This book helps explain what those foundational elements are and how they are best used.

Dave Bertolini is a Managing Principal with People and Processes, Inc. He has over 30 years experience in improvement initiatives. He is recognized as an industry expert in the implementation and utilization of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)

Content

  • Dedication
  • Introduction 
  • Chapter 1 CMMS Purpose
  • Chapter 2 Tips, Tricks and Hints
  • Chapter 3 CMMS Implementation Sequence of Events
  • Chapter 4 Dissecting a Typical System
  • Chapter 5 Previously Published Reliabilityweb.com
  • CMMS Tips
Auteur:
Dave Bertolini
Gepubliceerd:
2012
Categorie:
Books on Maintenance Management & Strategies
Taal:
English

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