In today’s world, no matter your industry, manufacturers are pressured to achieve maximum efficiency to stay competitive in the global market.
Maintenance personnel needs to significantly increase their return on assets while reducing overall maintenance and inventory costs. Manufacturers must also adhere to the growing government and environmental guidelines. The increased functionality requirements, as applied to the support of manufacturing industries as well as related services, are critical. This is where an effective computerised maintenance management system (CMMS) comes into play.
In our live webinar on 29 June 2021, we will explore the main challenges facing manufacturers as well as the solutions Realworld Systems can provide to alleviate these issues.
Discover how you can increase labour efficiency and mitigate compliance and safety risks by streamlining your maintenance processes.
Reduce delays and improve uptime to efficiently deliver quality products.
Optimise asset management and extend asset longevity.
Prevent on-site design mistakes and lower personnel safety risks.
Reduction in unplanned downtime.
Increase in workforce efficiency
Equipment life extension.
This results in better-informed business decisions and helps you to achieve document regulatory compliance.
According to analyst firm Aberdeen Research, 82% of companies had experienced unplanned downtime over the
past three years in 2018, which can cost a company as much as £200,000 an hour.
Labour inefficiencies exacerbate the problem. Not having the most up-to-date documentation or access to the correct
spare parts will turn a two-day downtime into a week.
Adding COVID-19 into the mix, where many manufacturing jobs cannot be carried out remotely, and additional PPE and safety regulations
need to be in place, means having the most up-to-date documentation andasset and labour productivity at its most efficient is crucial.
More than 10,000 customers worldwide trust us with physical asset information and maintenance lifecycle management.