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CMMS – EAM

Enterpise asset management (EAM) solutions support maintenance management tasks. Asset management systems typically enable planning, controlling, and monitoring of physical asset events. EAM typically includes computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) functionality, fleet maintenance, workflow, reporting, and other areas that touch upon asset management practices. 

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TEC Lean and Green Manufacturing Buyer’s Guide


While the need for sustainable development is affecting how organizations do business, the idea of environmental and corporate responsibility as value drivers is still relatively new. Many companies are just beginning to adopt an approach that provides measurable results. Learn how reducing waste and creating efficiencies within your company can make a difference to the environment, the economy, and your bottom line.

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Global Asset Sustainability: Breakthrough Lean Best Practice Counters Rising Energy Costs


Leading companies are reducing energy consumption and costs as a top-priority initiative—with benefits ranging from more efficient operations to increased shareholder value, improved environmental conditions, and new market opportunities. A global asset sustainability approach will give you opportunities to further lower costs while ensuring reliable operations in all your properties, plants, and equipment. Learn how.

continuous lean eam  management. GAS strengthens current continuous improvement and lean initiatives with strategic energy-saving opportunities. Operational effectiveness is the price of entry for businesses today. Companies must keep costs low and revenue-generating capabilities high. Until recently, companies have held separate views of asset performance and energy consumption. This has now changed. Companies are taking a new approach to improve asset operating performance: Global Asset Sustainability. Companies that Read More

If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It!!!


“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” If this proverb were applied in today’s operations, every organization would be in a reactive mode of maintenance and work against the lean manufacturing concepts. Any breakdown or downtime on the manufacturing floor, in the warehouse, in transportation, or any other business process will create missed customer commitments, failed deliveries, idle time, and

continuous lean eam  or trying to achieve continuous flow manufacturing must be able to keep all of their assets in tip-top shape. It is crucial to have a complete understanding of which assets an organization has available at any given time in order to achieve business success. Many organizations need to understand that equipment is not only an asset, but a resource as well. Organizations that adopt best practices for asset use can meet on-time delivery requirements for customer orders; maximize manufacturing  throughput; Read More

Lean Maintenance: Best Practices to Turn Asset Management into a Profit Center


It’s common knowledge that asset downtime disrupts production and drives up both process and per-unit operating costs. However, executives often lose sight of this because they focus on output, not on the assets used to create it. The irony is that companies can use asset performance management not only to make more widgets, but to make each widget more profitably.

continuous lean eam  those problems impact operations. Continuous Improvement Throughout the Maintenance Spectrum: Once lean methodology is initiated, all stakeholders must buy-in and contribute not just at the outset, when progress can be most visible, but as a part of daily routines. That is why cross-training personnel can provide the impetus for continued reduction in wasted time, e ort, material, and production capacity. Each member of the maintenance team must be encouraged and empowered to initiate improvements. All Read More

Lean Tools and Practices that Eliminate Manufacturing Waste


A number of lean manufacturing tools and practices have long been used to reduce manufacturing waste. These include the five S's, visual controls, standardized work, mistake proofing, total productive maintenance, cellular manufacturing, single-digit setup, pull systems, sequencing, activity-based costing, and leveled production.

continuous lean eam  material handling, and promote continuous flows (see Lean Asset Management—Is Preventive Maintenance Anti-lean? ). TPM is operator-oriented maintenance that involves of all qualified employees in all maintenance activities. Its goal, hand in hand with the aforementioned five S''s, is to ensure resource availability by eliminating machine-related accidents, defects, and breakdowns that sap efficiency and drain productivity on the factory floor. This includes setup and adjustment losses, idling and minor Read More

Technology Enablers for the Lean Supply Chain


Transforming an enterprise to a lean supply chain requires both enabling technology and discipline. By following some specific guidelines to extend lean methodology, you can proceed through your supply chain transformation to become effectively lean.

continuous lean eam  supply networks to new, continuous demand management applications and practices that predict, mange, and reduce variability on the demand side. The impact on business is that by linking supply and demand, the right products get to the right places at the right times. As the flow of goods more closely matches demand conditions, companies are able to trim inventories, avoid surprises, and improve customer satisfaction. Deploying this technology is the adoption of technology enablers toward a lean supply Read More

IFS Applications (version 8.0) for CMMS/EAM Certification Report


IFS Applications (v. 8.0) is TEC Certified for online evaluation of computerized maintenance management systems/enterprise asset management (CMMS/EAM) in the Asset Management Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth analyst commentary.

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continuous lean eam  the Shop Floor—Efficient Organizations Have Lean Offices Lean is not only for the shop floor—the principles are also well suited to driving improvement in the office. Although some of the concepts can seem alien to office workers, the right technology and educational support can help your administrative teams realize significant savings in time and effort. Read More

Supply Chain Planning - Issues for Continuous Chemical Companies


The continuous chemical industries typically share an objective of running at near 100% utilization. This and other realities yield unique requirements for a Supply Chain Planning (SCP) system. This article discusses some of these unique needs.

continuous lean eam  Planning - Issues for Continuous Chemical Companies Why SCP for a Continuous Chemical Company? Why does a continuous chemical company need a supply chain planning system? Because the high fixed cost of the plant drives a management objective of 100% capacity utilization. A common approach to this utilization objective is to set prices at a low enough level to drive to 100% utilization. As utilization approaches 100%, the demand for perfection in the supply chain plan increases. This, and other operating Read More

Continuous Improvement Offers CMMS Maintenance Benefits


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continuous lean eam  on results, which implies continuous improvement. A CMMS package provides an excellent tool for collecting, analyzing, and reporting unlimited amounts of data. However, the difficulty is distilling the information into a form that can be used to make better decisions, and to continuously improve processes. Take, for instance, the process by which work is requested. Is maintenance operations satisfied by the average response time? Is there a disproportionate percent of rush orders, especially from a few in Read More

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continuous lean eam  Ways Robots Enhance Lean Manufacturing Environments Traditionally, robots have not played a prominent role in the implementation of lean strategies. However, due to their repeatability, speed, accuracy, and flexibility, the role of robots in lean implementations is constantly increasing. Automation equipment, which includes robots, is rapidly becoming a core component to lean manufacturing and the reduction of manufacturing costs. Download this white paper to learn more about the 10 ways large and Read More

EAM Versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part One


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continuous lean eam  of fixed, mobile, and continuous assets Recording unexpected events for further analysis Statistical analysis of equipment performance and reliability, and providing a variety of reports from static and dynamic sources (i.e. equipment utilization, equipment downtime, MTBF—equipment mean time between failure, MTTR—equipment mean time to repair, etc.) EAM software encompasses these functions and, in most cases, extends their capabilities but EAM software offers many features that can provide additional Read More

What Your Refrigerator Can Teach You about Lean Inventory


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continuous lean eam  Your Refrigerator Can Teach You about Lean Inventory A lean supply chain consists of two major components—lean manufacturing and lean distribution—which focus on satisfying customer demand efficiently, at the lowest cost, with the least amount of waste. But what if your replenishment strategy is your distribution center’s weakest link? To improve customer satisfaction and achieve efficiency and balance, your replenishment strategy must consider all the key variables. Read More