Computerized maintenance management systems made easy: how to evaluate, select, and manage CMMS

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McGraw-Hill, Jun 27, 2006 - Computers - 267 pages
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Computerized Maintenance Management Systems Software programs are increasingly being used to manage and control plant and equipment maintenance in modern manufacturing and service industries. However, 60% to 80% of all programs fail because of poor planning, costing millions of dollars. Written by an expert with over 30 years of experience, this book employs a step by step approach for evaluating the company’s needs then selecting the proper CMMS.

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Kishan (Kris) Bagadia, a leading expert on computerized maintenance management systems, provides CMMS consulting to manufacturing and healthcare organizations and conducts maintenance seminars around the world. He is a frequent speaker at industrial organizations such as the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Association of Facilities Engineering, and Manufacturing Week Show and Conference, as well as at a number of universities. He makes complex topics easy to understand. He can be contacted at