Equipment management plans are important for well-run facilities seeking to reduce costs while improving efficiency.
A Computerized Maintenance Management Software system (CMMS) is one of the most powerful tools you can have when it comes to enterprise asset management. CMMS reporting can be a major determinant to your organization’s success, as there are countless insights a CMMS can reveal. Here’s how, and why, you should be using a CMMS for your organization.
Facilities management is one of those professions that has undergone more than its fair share of changes over the years. This is mainly thanks to new technologies that change how facilities management is performed, but it’s also the way workforce expectations have changed over this time as well. This means that the evolution of facilities management has gone through a number of different stages to where it is today — and where it’s going in the future.
Are you using all of your assets to your advantage? Do you know how you’re utilizing your assets? Can you account for every individual asset that might affect how your business operates? If not, it’s time to invest in an asset management system.
Even if you’re not completely familiar with what physical asset management is, there’s a good chance you’re already doing it, at least in part.
Maintenance management is an important facet of any worksite. Keeping a workplace clean and its equipment in good working order makes it a safe place to work for employees and a productive, profitable site for management and executive staff.
Your facilities management team is one of the most important (and underappreciated) elements of your workplace.
Facilities managers often find that CMMS software is a versatile tool for managing assets, inventory, processes, and maintenance in complex and highly accountable sectors like utilities, higher education, public works, manufacturing, and more.
It’s a real rarity that your company doesn’t need at least some type of facilities management. In fact, in more than one industry you’re going to need either at least one or two workers devoted to it — or even a number of highly specialized staff members.