Why Facilities Managers Will Like FastMaint CMMS
- Manage unplanned & planned maintenance (PM) work
- Fast to setup. Simple to use
- Suited for small to mid-size teams
- Identify missed jobs, reduce breakdown/ emergency work
- Inventory management, vendors, re-ordering & purchasing
- Available for one-time fee (download) or a monthly Cloud subscription
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Useful Facilities Maintenance Features
- Pictures and detailed instructions can be printed on work orders. This helps personnel perform tasks correctly.
- Create a heirarchy of locations/ equipment and use this to manage them, create roll-up reports, etc.
- Create & schedule all types of jobs with the same simple interface. Schedule unplanned work due to equipment breakdowns. Regular preventive maintenance on equipment & facilities can be scheduled by time (e.g. every three months) or by meter readings on the equipment (e.g. every 500 run hours, every 100 uses, etc.)
- Track parts used and inventory availability to reduce out of stock situations
- Work request module to submit & process work requests available as an add-on
- Store pictures and links to manufacturer documents on each equipment/ location
- Offers a variety of reports to review work done on different equipment & facilities
You can use FastMaint CMMS software to not only for facilities but also for general equipment maintenance and for other enterprise assets.
1. CMMS Software Selection Tips – What Should You Be Looking For?
Maintenance management covers a wide area since regular maintenance is required for a variety of assets. A CMMS software program is not only useful in locations with a lot of machines (e.g. manufacturing plants, mining operations, etc.) but useful where you have a lot of facilities needing maintenance (hotel, resorts, restaurants) as well as those with other equipment (e.g. utilities, vehicle fleets).
2. How To Analyze Machine/ Equipment Breakdown Reports From CMMS Software
As an operations manager or maintenance manager you will regularly look for problem equipment. These cause frequent shutdowns or incur big repair costs. When you have hundreds of equipment it can be hard to do.