What can the MP be integrated with?

Sensors and gauges

Condition-Based Maintenance uses sensors and gauges to track actual equipment usage, operating hours and mileage. Sensors and meters also allow us to know the conditions of the equipment in real time, such as vibration, temperature and pressure. By integrating your CMMS MP with any of these systems you will eliminate the uncertainty of entering readings manually.

ERP Systems

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software organizes all the different elements of a business, such as inventory, accounting, sales, human resources, and more. By integrating your maintenance software with your company's ERP you will be able to share maintenance data, asset life cycle, spare parts inventories and all PM fields

Other third-party integrations

Many organizations have their own specific applications that they would like to integrate with their CMMS. Many technologies are used today to connect CMMS software with other software applications, but the integration of the systems depends on the needs and budget limitations of the company. This world of third-party CMMS integration has opened up new opportunities for maintenance managers who want to further automate their operations.

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Feasibility study

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