Increase in on-time work completion rate
Increase in PM compliance
Annual savings due to 1% downtime reduction
Planned maintenance schedules
The first step in an effective preventive maintenance program (sometimes called ‘Preventative Maintenance’) is to create the task. Next, associate the task with a PM schedule. You can then automatically generate PM tasks based on time (days, weeks or months) or usage (hours, miles, units or kilometers).
Auto-trigger a PM work order to be created (excluding identified “skip-days”) when a calendar date or meter point is met, eliminating manual preventive maintenance scheduling.
Access a view of current and future preventive maintenance activities in order to track the completion of PM tasks.
Automate email notifications to be sent to the assigned technician or any other email address when a PM is generated.
eMaint customer success in preventive maintenance
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