Manufacturing Maintenance Software for unlimited assets parts and bins
Manufacturing Maintenance CMMS Software
- Save time and money on day one
- Perform your Maintenance procedures proactively rather than reactively
- Decrease downtime, increase uptime, reduce company costs
- Comply with regulatory requirements such as USDA FDA EPA, OSHA, QS9000, ISO 9000, ISO
- Reduce labor, parts and overtime costs
- Create a plan for return on Investment (ROI) immediately
- Planning and Scheduling versus putting out fires
- Your ROI begins in months not years. One missed task leads to multiple breakdowns
- Reduced maintenance and operating costs on day one
- ISO International Standards impact everyone, everywhere.
- Track total costs per asset using Maxpanda CMMS
- Physical Plant Maintenance Software
Maxpanda CMMS was designed with the end user in mind. Help is given with your set up and data entry anytime to get you up and running the same day. Why spend a week going through the learning curve of other programs when we can have you up and going in an hour or less. Simple to use, 5 minutes a day to do what typically may take hours. Industrial Plant Maintenance Facility & Building Maintenance, Utility Maintenance (Water/ Sewage/ Power), Hotel & Restaurant Maintenance, Aircraft, Vehicle Fleet Maintenance, Enterprise Asset Management & General Equipment Plant Maintenance is what Maxpanda helps you with to decrease your admin costs starting on day one. Running an efficient manufacturing plant requires machines and equipment in excellent working order with little downtime. Maxpanda's Preventative Maintenance (PM) Software module provides the tools necessary to implement a complete maintenance program for machines, tools, dies, auxiliary equipment, gages and your building's infrastructure. Maintenance tasks are assigned to the equipment, with a scheduled time frame and associated skill level and material inventory requirements. The relationships between equipment and maintenance intervals are completely user definable based on cycles, hours (defined by the ADMIN) on machines and tools. Integration with Manufacturing Production Reporting brings visibility to machine downtime and cost associated with out of service tools. Usage of machinery is maintained on a daily basis and a complete maintenance history and audit trail is automatically maintained for each PM in your dashboard. Maintain accurate maintenance cost history as inventory items are consumed daily. Link multiple tasks with multiple pieces of equipment. Preventative, repair, emergency and user-defined work orders supported for your convenience. Take control now! Seamless integration with Enterprise software modules such as Asset Costing, Accounting, Labor Reporting and Inventory allows monitoring of all current activity against the equipment. Our Preventative Maintenances Software module will ensure maximum life for your valuable resources. Assets, Parts, Requested & PM Work Orders all in one safe place. Convert from paper requests and spreadsheet reporting tools to a digital ROI.
ISO Certification and Auditing
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is an independent, non-governmental membership organization and the world's largest developer of voluntary International Standards. We are made up of our 165 member countries who are the national standards bodies around the world, with a Central Secretariat that is based in Geneva, Switzerland. Learn more about our structure and how we are governed. What are standards? International Standards make things work. They give world-class specifications for products, services and systems, to ensure quality, safety and efficiency. They are instrumental in facilitating international trade. ISO has published more than 19 500 International Standards covering almost every industry from technology, to food safety, to agriculture and healthcare.
10 Habits of Successful Facility Managers in Manufacturing
1. Make decisions quickly Successful leaders are expert decision makers. A General Manager's day is filled around the clock with meetings and exchanges with staff, guests, vendors, suppliers and new recruits, etc. The goal of each meeting and encounter is to make decisions. Successful manufacturing plants either empower their employees to reach a desirable outcome or they do it themselves. They focus on “making things happen” at all times – encouraging progress and keeping their manufacturing plant above par.
2. Get out of the office Years of hands-on experience in the trenches have finally led to a nice, large office, but don't get too comfortable. With so many meeting, emails, and administrative tasks to attend to, it's easy to get trapped. Spend too much time in the office and you may lose track of what is happening in the "front of house." So make it a practice to spend a little time each day walking around the manufacturing plant, helping the front desk, directing and motivating employees, inspecting rooms, interacting with a guest or two. This will help you understand your employees, guests and manufacturing plant better.
3. Lead by example People truly follow only those they trust. If you want to gain the trust and confidence of your employees you must set an example for them. This may sound easy, but few leaders are consistent with this one. Successful leaders practice what they preach and are attentive of their actions.
4. Surround yourself with the right people This is easier said than done as high employee turnover continue to plague the hospitality industry - wreaking havoc on productivity, morale and the manufacturing plant's bottom line. Reports show that 54% of organizations see greater new hire productivity and 50% higher retention rates for new hires when they have a well-planned onboarding process in place. You already know that first impressions are so important when it comes to manufacturing plant guests, well the same goes for new recruits: Give them an exceptional first experience; so you can both know you made the right choice.
5. Motivate your employees - The ball is in your court. According to a recent study by Dale Carnegie Training, less than 20% of non-management employees are fully engaged (aka, fully motivated and productive) and the single most important factor influencing engagement is an employee’s relationship with his or her direct manager.
6. Delegate Don't try to do everything yourself and don't micromanage. Communicate the manufacturing plant's mission, vision, values, and goals, etc., then step back and let your staff take it from there. Setting this example will encourage your department heads and managers to do the same.
7. Measure and reward performance Studies show that a lack of praise and recognition is a top reason that employees are unhappy at their jobs. Successful managers are active in recognizing and acknowledging hard work and are mindful of rewarding top performers. These employees and their efforts should not be taken for granted - they are the ones who will help you achieve your company goals and, potentially, motivate others to become more engaged. They are also the examples other employees look to when trying to improve themselves professionally.
8. Implement the right technologies Technology is the key to running a highly effienct manufacturing plant in this modern day and age, from managing experience, to property management, to employee training. While rolling out new technologies can be daunting, the benefits are worthwhile and often necessary to remain competitive.
9. Take Responsibility Great leaders know when to accept that mistakes have been made and take it upon themselves to fix them. It doesn’t help to point a finger or place blame, if you are the leader, you need to take responsibility, attend to the matter, learn from the situation and then move on.
10. Love your job Successful CMMS users love being leaders, after all, making a difference in other people's lives is why you chose the manufacturing industry in the first place. Being a successful Manger is all about your ability to serve others and this can’t be accomplished unless you genuinely enjoy what you do.
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