CMMS seminar is April 26-28
The three-day seminar, “Evaluating, Implementing and Optimizing Computerized Maintenance Management Systems” will be held April 26-28, at the University of Wisconsin School of Business in Madison, WI.
The attendees will learn how to use CMMS to gain control of maintenance costs, increase equipment up-time, maintain production schedules and improve customer service. Through practical demonstrations attendees learn how to use their system to improve the bottom line by:
• Utilizing your system for equipment/asset and spare parts identification
• Making timely purchasing decisions
• Improving work order scheduling and control
• Making more efficient use of personnel
Instructor: Kris Bagadia, president of PEAK industrial Solutions, Brookfield, WI, has more than 20 years of experience in CMMS
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