Maintenance intervals can be scheduled based on asset or part condition, which triggers a work order just before the point when system inefficiencies or failures begin to occur. Facility managers can also schedule preventive maintenance work for off hours by tracking equipment use time.
When a maintenance team establishes and regularly performs PM tasks that contribute to the upkeep of assets, an organization may be able to sidestep serious problems that arise as a result of neglect as well as delay more expensive maintenance.
Reduce Costs & Downtime
When you use CMMS software for maintenance scheduling, you’ll reduce emergency maintenance issues and unexpected production stoppages. This, in turn, cuts overtime costs for emergency repairs and reduces production losses.
CMMS software also helps accurately estimate labor hours for PM tasks, making sure staffing levels match the workload and decreasing overtime costs. This type of labor cost analysis can determine when it’s more efficient to add more staff members instead of paying current employees more overtime.
Preventive maintenance software is cost effective and beneficial for organizations of all sizes—lowering costs, improving reliability, and helping with compliance reporting.
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