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CMMS – EAM
Enterpise asset management (EAM) solutions support maintenance management tasks. Asset management systems typically enable planning, controlling, and monitoring of physical asset events. ...
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Aligning Business with IT through IT Portfolio Management and IT Governance
When business uncertainties are frequent and compliance with regulations is mandatory, it can be a challenge to keep information technology (IT) synchronized

it maintenance  same or similar requirements. IT managers can more effectively control costs related to upgrade, maintenance and licensing as a result of better visibility about what kind of applications are present in the enterprise portfolio. APM+ PPM + ITG: ENSURING A CONTINUOUS PERFECTION LOOP With a portfolio that is rationalized and optimized, organizations can look for further opportunities of optimization of assets. Balancing the asset and project portfolio would require implementing an application and project Read More...
Lean Maintenance-Does It Impact Reliability? Lessons Learned and Best Practices
The main cause of lean maintenance failure is that companies fail to focus on asset reliability. The reliability approach to capacity, which includes risk

it maintenance  productive maintenance (TPM) practices. It uses maintenance strategies developed through the application of reliability centered maintenance (RCM) decision logic and is practiced by empowered (self-directed) action teams using the 5S process, weekly Kaizen improvement events, and autonomous maintenance. Multi-skilled, technician-performed maintenance is also done through the committed use of a work order system and computer managed maintenance system (CMMS) or enterprise asset management (EAM) system. Read More...
If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It!!!
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” If this proverb were applied in today’s operations, every organization would be in a reactive mode of maintenance and work

it maintenance  Don’t Fix It!!! “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” If this proverb were applied in today’s operations, every organization would be in a reactive mode of maintenance and work against the lean manufacturing concepts. Any breakdown or downtime on the manufacturing floor, in the warehouse, in transportation, or any other business process will create missed customer commitments, failed deliveries, idle time, and lost labor hours. Instead of taking the risk and being in reactive mode, wouldn’t it Read More...
Reliability Driven Maintenance--Closing the CMMS
Reliability driven maintenance (RDM) focuses on understanding the

it maintenance  fixing the asset when it breaks down. If the cost of failure is low but the cost of maintenance is high, one has to minimize the amount of maintenance required and this may again be best done by waiting for the asset to break before expending any maintenance cost. Where the cost of failure is high and the cost of maintenance is low, one logically has to be more proactive and accept more maintenance cost in order to insure that the asset will not fail. Here, a time-based preventive maintenance strategy Read More...
How Airlines Can Stop Getting Murdered by Maintenance Costs
Patchwork maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) systems can cost large airlines millions in duplicated effort, extra inventory, and delays. But with round-the

it maintenance  complex manufacturing projects, but it can also bring enormous value to complex maintenance operations, as within airline settings or even oil platforms. While a project management solution can possibly replace some legacy systems, that is not its primary function. Some legacy systems such as those that manage asset maintenance history are often specific to the airline industry, thanks to their ability to track very specific criteria such as flight cycles (takeoff-landing) that are attached to certain Read More...
Replenishment: What Is It exactly and Why Is It Important?
Replenishment is an area within operations where retailers can find a competitive edge. Excelling at replenishment enables implementation of promotional

it maintenance  What Is It exactly and Why Is It Important? Replenishment: What Is It exactly and Why Is It Important? If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Retail Replenishment can be defined as acquiring product on a recurring basis to support anticipated need. Replenishment is best served as an automated process given the huge number of combinations of items and store locations. Systematic creation and updates to demand Read More...
Aftereffects of Recession on IT Investment: Building a Robust IT Investment Model
The global economic recession has put immense pressure on companies to cut costs—particularly IT-related expenditure. Companies were often forced to run only a

it maintenance  of Recession on IT Investment: Building a Robust IT Investment Model The global economic recession has put immense pressure on companies to cut costs—particularly IT-related expenditure. Companies were often forced to run only a few projects with regulatory impact and immovable deadlines, proceeding against very lean budgets. Recently, key economies such as the US and China have started to show signs of recovery. Learn more about how the recession has had an impact on IT investment. Read More...
An Integrated Maintenance and Logistics Solution for Defense
Today’s defense industry needs maintenance and logistics software that increases the self-sustainability of weapons systems and allows system operators to

it maintenance  Electronic Technical Manual (IETM). It provides soldiers with all of the diagnostic, service and repair information needed to support a combat vehicle or weapon system while in the field. Source : Enigma Resources Related to An Integrated Maintenance and Logistics Solution for Defense : Logistics (Wikipedia) An Integrated Maintenance and Logistics Solution for Defense Maintenance and Logistics Solution is also known as : Logistics Solution , Total Logistics Solutions , Logistics Software , Logistics Read More...
IT Epidemic: Treating IT Client Relationship Breakdown
The frequency of breakdowns in the IT client relationship is reaching epidemic proportions. Indeed, an IT client breakdown is comparable to the onset of an

it maintenance  Epidemic: Treating IT Client Relationship Breakdown The frequency of breakdowns in the IT client relationship is reaching epidemic proportions. Indeed, an IT client breakdown is comparable to the onset of an illness. If caught early enough, treatment is often relatively painless. However, if left to advance to the later stages, or full maturity, the treatment will not only be invasive, but also require significant recovery time. Read More...
IT Investments and Business Value
The view of technology has evolved over time—from a strategic enabler and a competitive weapon to an operational overhead. IT projects that come in over budget

it maintenance  to an operational overhead. IT projects that come in over budget and with missed deadlines and lackluster results do not help matters. It is up to the CIOs to restore the perception of IT in the enterprise, by understanding the company’s goals and showing business leaders how IT projects and services can help reach them faster. Read More...
CRM: What Is It and Why Do It? Part One: Historical Background
Many consultants, vendors, and analysts today define CRM in terms of being a customer-centric business strategy that is enabled by a set of applications that

it maintenance  What Is It and Why Do It? Part One: Historical Background Historical Background Customer relationship management (CRM), a concept that has been around since the mid 90s, has its roots in the technology of sales automation and call center operations. At that time, it was thought that merging the customer data from the field (sales) with the call center interactions would result in more informed interactions with the customer. The concept resonated with user organizations and soon mergers and Read More...
Supply Chain RFID: How It Works and Why It Pays


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How to Choose a Service and Maintenance Application
If you’re not using a service and maintenance application, you may have reached the point where manual systems no longer support the pace of business. Where to

it maintenance  industry don't skimp when it comes to their service and maintenance applications. A good service and maintenance application can be used competitively to: Empower, and therefore retain, higher-quality staff than your competitors. Improve your reputation with faster customer service. Leverage the most up-to-date mobile and wireless technology for higher-quality customer interactions. Be perceived as an industry leader. Cut costs with greater overall efficiency and turn profits into greater market share. Read More...

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