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To optimize your PM schedule with a CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System), key stakeholders at your company must be moved to invest time and money and commit to changing the way things are done. Without this support, you will not be successful in implementing a CMMS.
As your company’s maintenance manager, you are in the best position to champion the necessary buy-in to shift to a modern, data-driven solution. Consider each stakeholder’s top concerns. Identify the time, money, and resource savings each division will reap from this investment. Think about how a CMMS will minimize risk to their division while making their decisions based on analytics.
Reliable data from the CMMS in minutes vs. time-consuming and varying paper reports allows for insight, analysis, and data-driven decisions to drive profitability. With a CMMS, the Plant Manager can:
They need to know how a CMMS program eases the maintenance burden on production:
They need to know how a CMMS program makes expenditures more predictable, and thus part of a planned budget.
Your team needs to know how a CMMS will make their job easier.
Company-wide buy-in on your predictive, preventative maintenance plan is a must because you’ll be asking for time and money in the short-term. Equally as important, the long-term success of a CMMS is dependent upon leadership in each division backing workflow and behavior changes to drive profitability.
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