CMMS: A Timesaving
Implementation Process - $109.95
- Explains the differences between ERP systems and EAM systems
- Describes what role each member of the maintenance department plays, as
related to the CMMS functions and processes
- Provides a standardized approach to the management of maintenance
organizations including the planning, scheduling, prioritizing and
execution functions of maintenance delivery
- Provides a standardized approach to measuring maintenance performance
- Includes examples of the standard functional reporting that is required
to monitor and report on the various aspects of the maintenance management
- Includes case histories of companies that have implemented this type of
system in large corporations for quite some time, Computerized Maintenance
Management System (CMMS) is now penetrating moderate to small corporations
on an international level.
These corporations need an efficient method to
implement this effective but complicated system.
However, most of the texts
currently available are written by theorists and involve complex approaches.
In CMMS: A Timesaving Implementation Process, a
practitioner-turned-consultant presents his field-proven, practical approach
that can dramatically reduce the amount of time and cost needed to implement
and maintain CMMS in any corporation.
The book presents a comprehensive template process that can be used in order
to implement and maintain CMMS in any business, industry, or facility, thus
dramatically reducing the amount of time and the cost needed to implement the
The text sets up
a solid foundation, then moves into the nuts and bolts of the development of the
program itself in a smooth, logical format. It provides guidelines for
installing quality checkpoints and outlines best practices for common
maintenance management functions.
The time saved
by implementing the procedures and processes outlined here will make the
investment in an enterprise level system a safer investment and will guarantee
the achievement of benefits that otherwise may have been missed.