Reporting and Compliance
Extensive Reporting and Analysis
CMMS reporting and analysis
functions can drive the most benefit to the maintenance team - increasing the accuracy and timeliness of information available to those on the front line and their managers. With better information available sooner, people can react quicker to suboptimal situations. This ability translates into greater asset availability and performance, improved asset reliability, higher and more consistent quality of output, and a lower asset life cycle cost. In turn, this means a lower cost of doing business and higher return on capital employed.
' powerful performance reporting allows managers to carefully monitor status against KPIs in addition to managing, reporting and demonstrating performance against Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Idhammar MMS Dashboards are also available for use with any CMMS, delivering clear reporting and wider visibility of performance against KPIs for continuous improvement and real-time decision making.
The enterprise class trend of outsourcing value added manufacturing activity is an encouraging reality for SME manufacturers - and another reason to invest in a CMMS. Supporting third party audits and inspection (including the BRC audit) Idhammar’s CMMS software provides catalogued evidence that compliant safety measures are in place in your organisation which can prove a real incentive at tender. Furthermore, customers (and supermarkets in particular), will impose large fines for any form of non-compliance. The competent management of permits and visibility of equipment maintenance records shown on-demand can avoid these penalties. Keeping stringent track of PM inspections and jobs, the Idhammar MMS can schedule PM jobs automatically based on schedules and/or meter readings. This level of control and personal ownership of data is vital to the Maintenance Manager to demonstrate high levels of professionalism to ever more demanding clients.
The Idhammar MMS supports statutory and quality compliance standards including ISO 9000, GAMP and FDA 21 CFR Part 11.