CMMS Implementation Planning
To achieve desirable outcomes in any asset-intensive enterprise, computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) systems or enterprise asset management systems (EAM) are indispensable. A CMMS system facilitates the common day-to-day activities of a skilled maintenance and asset management workforce.
Join Scott Rojas as he discusses CMMS implementation planning and targeting a fit-for-purpose system build within a high-value CMMS implementation. Rojas will provide an overview of the important tasks, tips and potential pitfalls that should be considered when using a CMMS to support continuous improvement and connected reliability strategies.
Scott Rojas, CRL, specializes in CMMS/EAM implementation, operational excellence, business process analysis, and quality management. He has consulted within a variety of industries such as petrochemical, mining, discrete manufacturing, municipal wastewater, distribution, and others.
Rojas’s approach is grounded in Total Quality Management (TQM) and Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM). He teams up with operations and maintenance organizations to construct Op-Ex program strategies for deploying their own unique matrix of business competencies according to a variety of unique situational contexts and needs.
Original session held on May 29, 2019