'CMMS' is the abbreviation for 'Computerized Maintenance Administration System.' A CMMS application is a software platform that keeps teams up to date. It also archives all assets, schedules and tracks maintenance tasks, and maintains a record of your team's activities..
When you implement a computerised management system, you will benefit from the following features:
Almost every type of company requires some level of maintenance. This is why CMMS systems are highly recommended. There are four kinds of users for these types of systems:
Production upkeep: Maintenance of production: These are businesses that produce tangible goods. They have machines, production lines, forklifts, and other heavy machinery that need to be serviced on a regular basis.
Service/Facilities Maintenance: These are businesses that take care of buildings. Apartment complexes, theatres, and federal government buildings all need ongoing maintenance. These businesses use CMMS systems to deal with structural, HVAC, and water supply issues, and often use contractors to work on their sites.
Fleet maintenance: There are businesses that manage transportation and vehicles. Car rental companies, parcel delivery vans, city buses, transportation and towing fleets all need routine maintenance.
Linear resource maintenance: Maintenance for companies with assets that tend to occupy larger spaces falls into this group. A city's linear property, for example, requires roads and water pipes, and a telecom company must maintain fiber-optic wiring that can extend over kilometres.
With a CMMS system in place, you can quickly and efficiently keep your employees up to date and control your jobs, tasks, and assets - all in one place!