Unlocking the full potential of your CMMS/EAM

Are you prepared to avoid getting sick this flu season? We might not be experts in your personal health but we are the experts when it comes to the health of your CMMS/EAM.

Our self-diagnosis checklist is the first step of the process in identifying some common issues for our clients as part of their annual System Health Checks.

By consistently being in check with best practices our clients are able to get a better understanding of how-to better manage their systems and unlock the full potential of their CMMS/EAM.

Check out our list below to see how you shape up:

1. Appropriate naming conventions or protocols are not been used or adhered to.

This has made identification of Assets, Inventory, Procedures and PMs difficult and has resulted in duplication and poor results when searching or reporting.

2. Asset data being left incomplete.

Important information relating to specifications, dates, manufacture and supply are missing or incorrect. Time is wasted in sourcing this data on site and Asset reports are either incomplete or misleading.

3. Classifications are too general, not appropriate or have not been assigned correctly.

This effects reporting for Assets, Work Orders and Failures and can add or not assign Assets to Procedures and Work Orders

4. Preventative Maintenance schedules are too complex.

Many users often set up a complicated number of PMs, Procedures and Assets which could be simplified to decrease errors and to make future changes easier.

If you’d like to see the complete list of common issues and our best practice solutions, visit our website below: