A flexible computerized maintenance program for a micro, mini or mainframe

CIM Bulletin, Vol. 79, No. 893, 1986

KEN MUSGRAVE, Partner, Woods Gordon, Toronto, Ontario

A program is described that helps managers and supervisors control maintenance more effectively. Work-order generation, preventive maintenance, repair parts inventory, planning and scheduling, reporting, analyzing costs, printing purchase orders and other functions are covered. Flexibility often permits integration with other programs such as payroll, cost accounting and materials management.
Mots Clés: Computers, Maintenance technology, Management, Planning, Scheduling, Materials management.