Asset Management and Maintenance is the art and science of making the right decisions and optimising the delivery of value. A common objective is to minimise the whole life cost of assets but there may be other critical factors such as risk or business continuity to be considered objectively in this decision making.
In a manufacturing environment, a Work Order Management is converted from a sales order to show that work is about to begin on the manufacture, building or engineering of the products requested by the customer. In a service environment, a work order can be equivalent to a service order where the WO records the location, date and time the service is carried out and the nature of work that is done. The type of personnel (e.g. job position) may also be listed on the WO. A rate and also the total amount of hours worked and total value is also shown on the work order.
Manufacturing is one of the most core industries in any economy. The equipment required to run a manufacturing plant is expensive to replace and costly when it goes down. Replacing what becomes maintenance in reactive mode with a preventative maintenance program will give you more control of the plant and the failures that occur. Implementing a CMMS for Manufacturing Company solution for your locations, equipment and machinery can be one of the best decisions you make as a maintenance manager. The benefits to implementing a CMMS are numerous and specific to each organisation. If there are any equipment failures or downtime, you can use the CMMS to create an asset downtime report or to figure out your mean time between failure.
The combined know-how of the CWorks team enables CWorks Systems to produce a CMMS for Company that is truly fit for purpose as it is produced by practitioners for practitioners. CWorks is the sensible approach to maintenance management not only for its affordability but because it is designed and implemented by experienced practitioners who understand the costs associated with asset maintenance, operational effectiveness, and the need for continuous improvement.