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it advanced maintenance systems  instead of waiting for it to steamroll over you. Features In this section we will focus on some of the key features of a CMMS in the sequence you might encounter them in installing and using the software. A CMMS provides a database for identifying, recording, and categorizing equipment and their components. So what''s the big deal? First, embedded in this database is a hierarchy. The hierarchy structure permits you to view repair parts at a facility level, an equipment level, or down to the basic Read More

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