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Computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) today are user-friendly, easy-to-customize, and may help to ensure that manufacturing assets operate at peak efficiency.

6 Ways a CMMS Can Maximize Machine Uptime

Switching from manual methods to a feature-rich, computerized maintenance management systems can help save up to 18% in repair costs, reduce HVAC energy consumption by 20%, and save at least 15% of time spent processing information.

Whether your manufacturing operation includes dozens or hundreds of machines, or is a fully-equipped production process involving vital infrastructure equipment, the maintenance management system entails the same processes — generating work orders, tracking asset condition, scheduling PM tasks, generating reports, and analyzing data. Managing these processes and procedures manually using spreadsheets in a constantly churning business world significantly increases the margin of errors

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