Mobile devices enable technicians to complete tasks and record notes directly at the machines they are maintaining and repairing.
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Combine smart devices with flexible technology to provide real-time alerts.
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Implementation is not only practical, but now is a competitive necessity.
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Mobile apps are becoming a part of the manufacturing experience by providing users with a natural extension of the browser-based CMMS that workers on the plant floor use on a day-by-day basis.
The benefits of total predictive maintenance (TPM) and mobile CMMS can enhance a plant's efficiency and optimize the use of existing labor such as labor, capital, and materials.