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Plant Cost Reductions with CMMS

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
11:00am – 12:00pm ET (10:00am CT, 9:00am MT, 8:00am PT, 4:00pm GMT)
Scott Rojas, CRL, Account Executive at Fluke Corporation

For any facility or plant, profitability depends on continuous cost reductions at the physical asset level using a data-driven strategy. That’s where computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) helps answer the call.

A CMMS is an essential tool to help manage asset lifecycles, carry out asset management plans, manage risk, measure and improve asset and worker performance, and derive understanding by analyzing data. These activities have a direct impact on profitability.

During this session Scott Rojas, CRL, account executive at Fluke Corporation, will provide an overview of methods for using a CMMS to manage strategies for reducing maintenance costs that can result in significant return on assets (ROA) such as:

  • Implementing a continuous improvement strategy
  • Developing asset taxonomies and asset criticality
  • Using inventory management, part associations, metrics, and workflows
  • Generating reports for data-driven capital planning

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Scott Rojas, CRL

Account Executive at Fluke Corporation

Scott Rojas enjoys 3D product design and rendering as a hobby using Solidworks. He is an Audio engineer (Music and Video Post Production). In his free time, Scott and his wife Eliana frequently go on day trips on their Harley Davidson motorcycles. Scott’s sales background is in Aerospace & Defense Manufacturing and Electronics Manufacturing, as well as investments and finance. His technical and management background is in Telecommunications.

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