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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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How to Choose a Service and Maintenance Application


If you’re not using a service and maintenance application, you may have reached the point where manual systems no longer support the pace of business. Where to start? You should know the five important questions to ask before implementing. The ten essential features to look for. How to prepare for product demonstrations. And the five most common mistakes people make.

system under maintenance  business, when your manual system will no longer support the pace of business. Or you may already have some software support, but you''re finding that it no longer fits the size, quantity, or complexity of your current activities. In either case, it''s time to find a new service and maintenance application, one that suits your needs for today and will continue to support you through significant future growth. Before starting the selection process, it''s important to understand your needs and the benefits of Read More

Maintenance Software--How to Negotiate Successful Contracts with CMMS Vendors


When negotiating a contract with a computer maintenance management system (CMMS) vendor the guiding principals and definition of the project must first be determined. Deliverables, pricing options, payment terms, continuance, product and service quality, and liabilities are additional areas that must be considered in negotiations.

system under maintenance  a computer maintenance management system (CMMS) vendor the guiding principals and definition of the project must first be determined. Deliverables, pricing options, payment terms, continuance, product and service quality, and liabilities are additional areas that must be considered in negotiations. Many people find negotiating contracts intimidating, regardless of which side of the table you happen to be on. This is understandable given what''s at stake — a price, quality of product and service to be Read More

Maintenance Software--Plan Ahead to Maximize CMMS Vendor Web Site Visits


For those looking for a computer maintenance management system (CMMS) vendor, the Web is often the first place to start. There are a number of web site features one should examine in order to maximize web site visits. Reprinted with permission from Plant Engineering and Maintenance magazine.

system under maintenance  all computer maintenance management system (CMMS) vendor web sites are the same. The first potential turn-off is home page response times. If it takes longer than a few seconds to get something on screen, users get anxious. That''s why most sites bring up at least a title, framework, and some basic text followed by the progressive filling of empty spaces with buttons, graphics, and further text. The entire process should take only under a minute. Once the entire screen has materialized, users can explore Read More

Support and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry's "Best Kept Secret"?


Support and maintenance (S&M) contracts mean very different things to vendors and to users. With user enterprises' growing awareness of how these S&M agreements affect their bottom lines, vendors need to reassess their pricing and value proposition strategies.

system under maintenance  realize that an enterprise system is a mission-critical infrastructure or platform for an entire business, as opposed to a mere appliance purchased for individual use. In any case, vendors'' best kept secret status (see Will User Enterprises Ever Get onto an Easy (Support and Maintenance) Street? ) is no longer tenable, given many recent quantitative findings and analyses. One such finding from International Data Corporation ( IDC ) shows that, in US dollars, businesses will have paid nearly $100 Read More

How One Vendor Addresses Support and Maintenance Issues


SAP is addressing the problem of customers wanting support that vendors are either not providing, or providing at unjustifiable prices. Support and maintenance customers are committed to service contracts, but only to a point. New options are thus available.

system under maintenance  to play out over system architectures, new middleware, and service-oriented architecture (SOA) technology standards, as experience teaches us, see Architecture Evolution: From Web-based to Service-oriented Architecture . Lastly, many customers are concerned that choosing one vendor will leave them with a potentially weak or unviable solution in the coming shake out. Although existing enterprise systems'' customers are a locked-up audience, they can be only to a point. If vendors continue playing hardball, Read More

8 Rules for Investing in a New Accounting System


Find out if your current system is a drag on your company in Eight Rules for Investing in a New Accounting System.

system under maintenance  in a New Accounting System Are you sure your financial and accounting system is helping your company grow? It might actually be holding it back. Find out if your current system is a drag on your company in Eight Rules for Investing in a New Accounting System . You''ll learn about the warning signs of a financial and accounting system that is dangerously outdated or lacking in critical functionality—and what you can do about it. You''ll also discover the eight rules for choosing a system that will take Read More

9 Important Business Phone System Buyer Questions


In 9 Important Business Phone System Buyer Questions, you'll find the key questions to help you get the right business phone system at the best possible price.

system under maintenance  Important Business Phone System Buyer Questions Getting the best deal on a new business phone system doesn''t have to be difficult—if you know the right questions to ask. In 9 Important Business Phone System Buyer Questions , you''ll find the key questions to help you get the right business phone system—at the best possible price. From hidden costs to scalability, compatibility, and support issues, you''ll know what to ask to make the right choice in a cluttered, sometimes confusing marketplace. Learn Read More

The Old ERP Dilemma: How Long Should You Pay Maintenance?


After a company has decided to keep an existing ERP system, the next decision is how long should they continue to pay the vendor for maintenance.

system under maintenance  would think their ERP system was old (it was introduced in the 80''s and the average length of time that these companies had been using the product was approximately eight years). Over the last few years, most of the individuals in the group had faced the issue of replacing their existing ERP system (see The Old ERP Dilemma: Replace or Add-on ) and each had decided to keep their existing system. These individuals were now facing a new decision, how long should they continue to pay the vendor for Read More

SMB Phone System Buyer's Guide


The SMB Phone Systems Buyers Guide makes it easy.

system under maintenance  Phone System Buyer''s Guide Purchasing a phone system for a small or midsized business is getting increasingly complicated. With so many new features and capabilities and a multitude of vendors to choose from, how can you be sure to get the right system for your company’s needs? The SMB Phone Systems Buyers Guide makes it easy. In this complete guide to business phone systems, you’ll learn about cost considerations, key vendor information, basic and advanced features and options, tips and advice Read More

Maintenance Planning... Getting Back to Basics


Proper maintenance planning is the first step in moving from a reactive to a proactive mode. Yet organizations continue to struggle with establishing proper planning processes. This paper provides back to basics perspective on the key elements of maintenance planning.

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GMS Accounting and Financial Management System


The GMS Accounting and Financial Management/Reporting System integrates all accounting activity into an entity-wide system. The GMS Accounting system is not sold as separate modules, but rather as a package containing all the necessary functions to run your not-for-profit on a daily basis. Our underlying system design is entity-wide, providing you an integrated accounting system that performs all accounting activities. Systems are available in a 1–2 user version, a 3–4 user version, and a 5-or-more user version, either in Access or SQL Server applications. GMS has add-on software that can be purchased in addition to the basic package, including accounts receivable (AR), purchase orders (POs), direct deposit, fixed assets, and report writer. GMS also has a myriad of additional supplements to enhance your reporting features and that fit specific applications within your agency. GMS is designed to handle activity accounting. It is not a fund accounting system, but a grant and contract accounting system created and written specifically to account for grants, contracts, and activities. Key features include compliance with Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) 116 and 117 (requirements that all not-for-profit organizations follow); accounting, reporting, and budget monitoring for multiple grants and contracts, even if they have differing funding periods; multiple ways to handle important cost allocation issues for common costs, general and administrative costs, indirect costs, fringe benefits, leave costs, and various specialized cost pools; and a variety of ways to comply with all major Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars. Our clients are exclusively not-for-profit and public organizations. They range in size from two to more than 1,000 employees.      

system under maintenance  Accounting and Financial Management System The GMS Accounting and Financial Management/Reporting System integrates all accounting activity into an entity-wide system. The GMS Accounting system is not sold as separate modules, but rather as a package containing all the necessary functions to run your not-for-profit on a daily basis. Our underlying system design is entity-wide, providing you an integrated accounting system that performs all accounting activities. Systems are available in a 1–2 user Read More

Continuous Improvement Offers CMMS Maintenance Benefits


Computer maintenance management system (CMMS) packages are excellent tools for collecting, analyzing, and reporting data and can offer insight into a process’ problem. Critical success factors for the effective use for the CMMS involves clear support from management and measurable drivers involving time, quality, and cost.

system under maintenance  a computer maintenance management system (CMMS) or generating numerous reports. Instead, management is focused 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 Read More

Application Development and Maintenance Services


Luxoft divides its services into two groups: standard and premium. Its standard services include application development and maintenance; product engineering; embedded systems development; software quality assurance; and IT infrastructure management. Luxoft premium services include architecture consulting; security consulting; performance services; and process consulting.  

system under maintenance  maintenance; product engineering; embedded systems development; software quality assurance; and IT infrastructure management. Luxoft premium services include architecture consulting; security consulting; performance services; and process consulting. Read More

10 Golden Rules for Choosing a Telephony System


Now that phone systems can be delivered over a network, even smaller companies can have access to enterprise-grade calling features. Like any business-critical system, a telephony system is a major deployment that should be undertaken only after a thorough discovery of both your existing infrastructure and users’ needs. This checklist offers 10 rules to help you choose a new telephony system for your organization.

system under maintenance  for Choosing a Telephony System Now that phone systems can be delivered over a network, even smaller companies can have access to enterprise-grade calling features. Like any business-critical system, a telephony system is a major deployment that should be undertaken only after a thorough discovery of both your existing infrastructure and users’ needs. This checklist offers 10 rules to help you choose a new telephony system for your organization. Read More