Cactus Drilling Company moved from manual parts inventory management to eMaint CMMS because they wanted to gain better inventory control and manage purchasing. Inventory evaluations and reports are shared with leadership, increasing visibility and enabling support for repair, replace, or rebuild decisions. Centralized and streamlined document storage makes it easier to keep an accurate parts inventory, even across multiple departments.
“The commitments from the eMaint team help us reach our goals.”
-Kenny Boyanton, CMMS Coordinator, Cactus Drilling Company, L.L.C.
Crown Holdings, Inc. used eMaint to reduce their parts inventory by $1.02 million through centralized part accessibility. The packaging products supplier uses eMaint in 45 locations around the world.
Crown also reduced their service operations expenses by more than $100,000 per year and improved their repair parts inventory turnover by 34%.
“At the plant level, practitioners use eMaint for spare parts, inventory control, equipment and maintenance management. At a business unit level, eMaint provides senior management with global visibility of plant operations.”
-Tom F., Senior Project Manager, Crown Cork & Seal, Inc.
The Great Lakes Water Authority contracted with the New England Fertilizer Company (NEFCO) to design, build, and operate a Biosolids Dryer Facility (BDF). NEFCO uses eMaint to order supplies, track spare parts, itemize all loose and packaged items, and analyze key business metrics.
“About 100 employees interact with eMaint, and everyone in NEFCO appreciates eMaint’s ease of use and 24/7 access.”
-Bill Hollman, Corporate Operations Manager, NEFCO