Is It Time To Invest in a CMMS?
April 26, 2013 (Marlton, NJ) – The introduction of new technology system-wide can seem daunting when staffing is tight and budgets are even slimmer. However, in the case of a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), the cost of not investing often is far greater. A May 2 session at the Airport Council Spring Conference in Seattle will explain why.
Leading the workshop, titled “Is It Time To Invest in a CMMS?”, will be David Galante, Account Executive for the GSH Group, and Gene Pargas, Vice President for Strategic Accounts for eMaint Enterprises. GSH supports a variety of companies, including airports, with facilities management and energy-control services. Since it made the switch to eMaint’s X3 in 2008, GSH has experienced a 25 percent boost in productivity.
“When GSH came to eMaint, its mechanics and engineers reported spending significant amounts of time away from their real work, creating a ‘paper trail’ to track work orders and putting out fires that could have been avoided with more systematic preventive maintenance,” says Pargas. “GSH isn’t unique. The before-and-after success story it achieved for its clients can be a model for airports — and other businesses — everywhere.”
Pargas and Galante particularly credit the “mobile” features of the CMMS — allowing data to be entered or tracked anytime, anywhere via portable tablets or smartphones — for the business transformation at GSH.
In their 9:30 a.m. May 2 workshop, Pargas and Galante will offer a step-by-step guide to help airport maintenance managers decide when and how they should convert to a CMMS. The conference, sponsored by the International Facility Management Assn. (IFMA), is designed to address the challenges of managing airports in a global economy. For more information on the conference, visit http://airp.ifma.org/events/2013/01/03/airport-council-spring-conference-2013.
About eMaint Enterprises, LLC
eMaint is a global software solutions provider established in 1986 with its headquarters based in Estero, Florida and operations centers located in Marlton, New Jersey and Dublin, Ireland. As the leader in Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS), eMaint’s client base consists of over 4000 companies and 35,000 users in 55 countries. Our portfolio of clients range from small & medium sized organizations to Fortune 500 corporations representing manufacturers, service providers, fleet operators, energy and utility companies, healthcare facilities, universities, municipalities, and facility and property managers. eMaint provides the tools for these organizations to manage their maintenance operations to control costs and increase overall productivity.
eMaint has been recognized by the Inc. 5000 2014 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies in America, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 list and the 2014 Stevie Customer Service Award that honors the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide. For more information, please visit www.emaint.com.
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