Davis, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2017 -- Maintenance Connection, the industry’s leading computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) provider, recently released an exclusive report that details the state of preventive maintenance and the implications of reactive procedures on assets, efficiencies and overall budget. Maintenance Connection collected data from more than 450 industry professionals for the report titled, Is Reactive the Norm? An Exclusive Report on the State of Preventive Maintenance.
“Maintenance Connection’s CMMS and company as a whole is built around our customers’ needs,” said Brian Kincaid, Chief Customer Officer. “That’s why we turned to those who know it best: maintenance professionals. This report helps us to truly understand how the industry is operating—and how our CMMS can solve for professionals’ most critical challenges.”
According to the report, companies that operate in a reactive maintenance mode experience increased overtime, shorter equipment lifespan and incur costlier maintenance budgets. In turn, facilities that implement preventive maintenance minimize open work orders, save money by reducing costly breakdowns, and improve efficiency.
“Our customers who implement preventive maintenance are pleasantly surprised at the benefits, right out of the gate,” explains Kincaid. “We’ve seen preventive maintenance help CMMS users organize thousands of assets, pinpoint the cause of downtime, increase technician utilization, and save money.
Respondent’s industries ranged broadly, from process manufacturing and building management, to government and hospitals. Other industries of interest include discrete manufacturing, colleges and universities and school districts.
Maintenance Connection’s report on the state of preventive maintenance provides an in-depth look at the industries plagued by reactive maintenance and includes information about how a CMMS improves specific challenges, such as asset management and work order tracking.
To download Maintenance Connection’s report, Is Reactive the Norm? An Exclusive Report on the State of Preventive Maintenance, click here. For more information on Maintenance Connection’s CMMS software, visit maintenanceconnection.com
Heather Frame, Maintenance Connection, Inc., http://www.maintenanceconnection.com, +1 (888) 567-3434, [email protected]
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