The Simple answer is No, before implementing any technology or even perfoming a major upgrade to your scheduling solution you should consider the following:
Assessment of Current Maintenance Strategy – Have you determined whether it’s more cost effective to perform maintenance or to run equipment to failure? To repair in-house or buy a replacement? These and many more questions are answered.
Schedule Variances Cost Evaluation – Do you know the costs associated with last minute schedule changes like lost time, expedited shipping, and lost production? Identifying these costs is the first step to reducing or eliminating them.
Maintenance Value Realization – Recognizing inefficiencies is the first step in correcting them. No matter which EAM/ERP/CMMS system you use, we have the experts to assist your team in developing a solution that works for your organization.