Strengthen Control of all Asset Maintenance Costs
Thriving in the global marketplace requires improving productivity while controlling every cost, including asset maintenance. You get the most out of your assets when diligently keep up maintenance on assets and boost Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE). Dynamics Maintenance Management can help optimize the operations process and offer insights into the financial impact of preventive and correct maintenance activities.
The full work order history is available on the Service object. This will display a complete overview of all service activities ever done against this service object. By using this historical data, this view shows the complete service history, taking into account corrective, preventative and predictive maintenance.
Preventive work orders can be planned by using the Maintenance schedules in Maintenance Management. With the Maintenance schedule, future work order dates can be determined, based upon time and/or consumption. Expected future dates are simply displayed in the Planned Maintenance overview of Equipment level.
Equipment Cockpit view
The Cockpit view on Equipment level displays all financial transactions and Maintenance Management enables monitoring and managing Equipment. With the Cockpit view, businesses are better informed regarding purchases, repairs, and overhauls throughout the entire lifecycle. They also kept up to speed on the total cost of maintaining of an Equipment.
Multi-selected Equipment Cockpit views
Through the Multiselect Cockpit view, Maintenance Management users can easily compare the financial data of similar equipment directly in the system. A user can go the origin of the transaction for more information and quickly find the description of a transaction.
Financial Analysis via PowerBI
In Dynamics Maintenance Management, all transactions are stored in one database, providing views of full financial performance data. With the information fed from Maintenance Management, perform a variety of financial overviews on any (or even multiple) level(s). This example shows the sum of all work orders, the statuses and the top three assets relating to time and spare part consumption.
Having these features at your disposal empowers you to dive deeper into all aspects of your maintenance costs, giving you the tools to execute the most comprehensive cost analysis. Moreover, these features enable you to leverage actionable data to perform preventative maintenance and avoid costly equipment failure, increase scheduling efficiency and enhance the customer’s experience—all are factors to help you beat out the competition in the short term and the long term.