A computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) delivers a wide range of benefits to any business that has to repair, inspect, and maintain equipment. Here’s a rundown of some of them:
Each one of these CMMS benefits can affect the bottom line significantly. For many organizations, maintenance management can be nearly half of a business’ operational budget. According to ReliabilityWeb, facilities can increase their reliability from 35 percent to 50 percent after CMMS implementation. Additionally, work order management improvements boosts savings another 5 percent to 15 percent and optimization of inventory can reduce cost by another 20 percent.
Perhaps the biggest bottom line savings is the reduction of downtime. According to a survey by ITIC, nearly all businesses report that one hour of downtime costs more than $100,000. Implementing a CMMS has the potential to save hours of downtime each year.
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