Jacob Molz en Preventive Maintenance, Software Director, Marketing & Sales Operations • 24/7 Software 14/11/2017 · 3 min de lectura · 2,8K

HOW PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SOFTWARE HELPS BOOST UPTIME

HOW PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SOFTWARE HELPS BOOST UPTIME

Keeping your property humming is a must.

You’ve got this primary responsibility. But, it’s wearing you down.

Why?

The cost to maintain equipment is breaking the bank.

One thing after another is breaking, and when that happens, you have to fix it or buy a new one!

Fixing the problem costs a lot of money. That’s your biggest issue, right?

But, you can ‘fix’ the more significant problem.

How?

By using preventive maintenance (PM) software.

It’s your operations best solution to this recurring setback.

This software will help you counter the cyclical problems of having to fix or buy new equipment.

It will help you reduce downtime and increase your efficiency, which takes your maintenance operation from a cost center to a profit center.

Wouldn’t it be nice to know your property is running smoothly?

We think so, which is why we’ve put together the following insights on how PM software can help your property boost uptime.

Are you ready? Let’s get to it.

7 WAYS TO INCREASE YOUR PROPERTY’S UPTIME

Forecasting is a practice often overlooked by busy leaders.

It makes sense why you wouldn’t have time for finding ways to increase efficiency when you’re always stressed.

You’re looking for equipment failures and tracking down problem employees.

Do you feel like you’re cleaning up the mess and putting things back together?

Many leaders still wait for the next piece of equipment to break before using necessary resources to fix it.

It’s not that you don’t want to be proactive. You just haven’t figured out the right way to do it, or you don’t have the best software at your fingertips.

We get it; this can be quite frustrating.

So, here are seven ways to quickly improve your uptime and maximize the efficiency of your maintenance operation:

  • Outline, and then prioritize work to be done with the purpose of eliminating operational waste. Reduce steps and unnecessary tasks that are slowing your operation down and costing you money.
  • Identify mission-critical activities and tasks. Then, develop checklists inclusive of specific steps for completing them. These steps must supplement #1 on this list. Use only value-added steps to complete
  • Give your team the necessary equipment and materials to complete work assigned to them. Hav