The first objective of setting up a CMMS is to know your technical assets.
Whatever the sector of activity, whatever the type of maintenance, it must be identified, mastered and updated.
The second objective of CMMS maintenance management is to be able to manage your maintenance activities. Which technician carries out which Maintenance work, when and where?
Finally, the third objective of implementing a CMMS is to be able to analyze dashboards to control and steer maintenance activity in the future. By providing clear indicators, CMMS facilitates decision-making.
All these factors mean that a CMMS offers solutions for increasing efficiency. By digitizing all existing paper-based processes, it centralizes information and makes it accessible to as many people as possible.