Whatever you decide to measure, CMMS software gives you the tools you need to determine if your maintenance team is doing the right things to support or improve productivity—and if they're doing those things correctly.
For example, Ari uses his CMMS data to identify if his team has what they need to do their jobs—such as the right training, the correct tools or equipment, the necessary time to complete their tasks, and the right materials to do the job.
Ari also measures planned versus unplanned maintenance and number of “comebacks”—or work that needs to be redone because something wasn’t fixed completely the first time. He also looks at wrench time versus billable hours to see if his team is producing what they should be.
And, finally, Ari compares the actual time his team members take to complete specific maintenance tasks, and then compares it to benchmarks. Over time, he can see if his team is performing these tasks faster, indicating that maintenance productivity is improving.
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