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Moving to Level Three of the Maintenance Maturity Model: Successful CMMS Adoption

Companies who have successfully moved beyond the first two stages of the Maintenance Maturity Model, which included both the transition away from pen, paper, spreadsheet and other manual systems as well as the actual implementation of a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), are ready for this stage. In Level Three, we focus on extracting valuable insights from the CMMS and ensuring that the new system is fully embraced across the business.

Amissa Giddens
Published on February 12, 2024

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