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PM Tip of the Week

We take a lot of tech calls regarding PM’s. Planning your lead time to enable you to do the required PM is an art form, and this tip using Web PM’s should make it easier. If you are having problems with PM Schedules and want an easier way to determine when a PM will generate, […]

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Creating Maintenance KPI’s in Three Easy Steps

The easiest way to track maintenance numbers is using a CMMS. Some maintenance departments use a different vendor for assets, work orders, inventory and PM’s, but we like to make it easy and provide all of those with our product. All of the CMMS information is integrated and easy to retrieve and look at. But […]

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Calendar Tip of the Week

Our tech support guys work hard to make our customers happy, and the calendar function is frequently cited as the ‘most amazing’ tip they can give. Of course, no one calls us because of the calendar. They mostly call us because the PM’s they thought they set up are doing something unanticipated or event scheduler […]

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The Marvelous CMMS Secret

Capital planning and budgeting are on everyone’s minds these days and we have a secret to share with you. It will save you money and time – two precious resources in any facilities department. Or so we’ve been told by our customers. So, what’s the big secret? When you budget and buy your CMMS, no […]

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3 Integration Success Tips

Everyone here at TeamWORKS keeps up-to-date with current issues in purchasing and implementing a CMMS. We read an interesting blog the other day on tips to transition to a new CMMS and it got us thinking about integration. We do it – with a variety of vendors including PDI, Fuel Man and Parson’s, but what […]

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The Excuse Metric

Purchasing a CMMS system can be a big expense – something to be considered seriously, certainly. It naturally begs the question of why would anyone other than the maintenance professional make that decision? By taking the decision out of the hands of the people that will have to use the software every day, you are […]

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Do You Track Your Mulch?

Did you know there is a requirement for how many inches of mulch you must have on a playground at any given time? It’s a safety measure for public spaces such as schools and parks and recs. Mulch is normally delivered commercially by the cubic yard and not by the bag, so envision the truck […]

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The #1 Reason for Record Keeping

There are many hidden benefits to your Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). One of the benefits is the record keeping inherent in the system, or the ability to document and validate all the work you do. As the system of record for work performed within your enterprise, the CMMS system can be a useful tool […]

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Fact: Integration Saves Money

We recently wrote a recommendation for a software system for one of our longstanding clients. Although there was no mention of integration with our system we found ourselves looking at the system’s ability to integrate. This is a major purchase for the client, and they know we’ve done and seen a lot of software. Eventually, […]

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Five Truths You Need to Know to Succeed

We’ve learned a few things over the years. We learned that we can learn a lot from each of our clients. They use our software every day and understand the day to day life of a maintenance software user in a way that we never can. We also think that we have some expertise we […]

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