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Computerized Maintenance Management Software CMMS
Computerized Maintenance Management Software CMMS

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Discover how The Asset Guardian helps Puma Energy to reach outstanding #maintenance standards - Case Study https://bit.ly/2KC6q3K #CMMS #EAM #MSDynNAV #MSDyn365 #MSDynBC
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#Azure #IoT Edge generally available for enterprise-grade, scaled deployments. We actually integrated IoT to our predictive and preventive #maintenance solution The Asset Guardian . Now devices can act immediately on real-time data—whether it be recognizing a crack in a #pipe from an aerial view or predicting #equipment #failure before it happens. https://bit.ly/2Iz8pEX #CMMS #MSDyn365 #MSDynNAV
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With just a quick look at the Tag Maintenance Dashboard, managers can get a comprehensive analysis of their facility’s performance and equipment. With this information, they can proactively formulate a complete action plan before upper management asks the tough questions. Moreover, you’ll communicate more specifically than ever before by customizing your Tag Maintenance Dashboard to every level of management:

Floor technicians can receive feedback on specific tasks.

Middle management can manage the team’s priorities and the performance of individual employees.

Upper management can get a comprehensive view of the facility’s activities and performance to pinpoint any area of improvement.

Altogether, the data informs all levels of management and executives on where, when and how to make investments that will improve the overall performance of the facility.

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Increase your #maintenance #staff effectiveness by providing them with role-based features specifically designed to their role. https://bit.ly/2mSjclh #CMMS #MSDynNAV #MSDynBC #EAM #Technician #request
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Preventive and Predictive Maintenance

Preventive and predictive maintenance are two closely related maintenance strategies. However, the two are not interchangeable. Understanding the difference between these two strategies will help managers deploy the correct strategy for every situation.


A Closer Look


Preventive maintenance aims specifically to safeguard against a range of known failure scenarios. It takes place according to time, meter, or in response to a particular event. For instance, proactively changing the oil in a vehicle every 9,000 miles is a form of preventive maintenance because mean time between failure (MTBF) statistics can be referenced for this interval.

Predictive maintenance has some other characteristics. These include:

Occurrence according to the condition of the equipment rather than operational hours or other metric
Sample readings are used to determine the condition of a piece of equipment
Maintenance strategies are not deployed until the sample readings indicate that action is required


Predictive maintenance is becoming a must-have. According to IoT Analytics GmbH, Predictive/Prescriptive Maintenance of machines is considered as the most important application of Industrial Analytics in the 3 coming years for 79% of industry leaders. (Report: Industrial Analytics 2016/2017, December 2016)



Applying Maintenance Strategies


A CMMS can help equipment managers select the most effective maintenance strategy. Both predictive and preventive maintenance have a valuable role to play.

Read more: http://www.theassetguardian.com/preventive-predictive-maintenance/
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Creating and Implementing Detailed Inspection and Detection Strategies


Most industrial operations require some sort of detailed strategies and inspection processes to detect problems and improve efficiency. While it makes sense to have a properly trained person or personnel to oversee the inspection process, most strategies are not very effective when implemented and can leave your organization at a severe disadvantage.

One common reason detailed inspections are not very effective is because employees do not utilize the right observation techniques and resources when inspecting equipment. As a result, many deficiencies that should have been noticed are overlooked. To improve the inspection process and eliminate potential problems employees need to receive more thorough training so they can identify any deficiencies and problems with the equipment. They need to be trained to anticipate and look for problems during inspections instead of assuming that everything is in order because a piece of machinery appears to be working properly.
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Tips on Maintaining the Maintenance Spare Parts Database

When you neglect your computerized maintenance management system, the information can easily go from helpful to useless. During the initial data input, your employees most likely took great care in properly naming and describing the parts. Over time, the data input may no longer be as precise, leading to problems. By maintaining your maintenance spare parts database, you can avoid having to perform a massive cleanup.



Use Standard Practices



The best way to do this is to properly train your new and existing employees on the standard practices for your CMMS so that it remains uniform over time. It also helps to minimize the number of employees who can enter data. Additionally, you want to implement regular audits so you can make any corrections before you have an insurmountable number of errors. With an accurate database, you can improve the efficiency of your company.
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TAG webinar presented by Microsoft Canada, November 24, 2016


We are delighted to announce that Microsoft Canada has listed The Asset Guardian (TAG) as an industry changer in its Digital Event Series on Thurday, November 24, 2016 at 1:00 PM (EST).

The webinar titled “Predictive maintenance transforms the industrial world” is an educative and informative session on how TAG is changing business practices and impacting customers, products and all stakeholders in manufacturing companies.

This webinar will be hosted by Microsoft Canada and co-animated with our partner BDO Solutions (Canada).
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