Brisbane based IT company Maintenance Experts are holding six free Maintenance Software Seminars in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Auckland.
The Seminars will explain Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS), system set ups and provide delegates with an insight into MEX as a CMMS via a demonstration.
Mr. Stephen Ninnes, Managing Director of Maintenance Experts is excited to host the Seminars. Mr. Ninnes believes a CMMS has become an essential tool in the control of maintenance and the management of assets.
He says that as budgets become tighter and manpower resources are ever decreasing, the need for maintenance software to do the 'grunt' work and control your maintenance management becomes more apparent.
The need for a CMMS raises many questions that need to be addressed, from understanding what a CMMS is; through to trying to make a CMMS work more effectively, and how to successfully implement a system.
This series of seminars presented by Mr. Ninnes will give delegates the ability to identify how a CMMS will enable them to take control of their maintenance. This will be achieved by demonstrating how they can gain access to data and statistics to increase plant availability, lower operating costs, enhance asset life, improve customer service and meet safety and audit obligations.
This Seminar is aimed at those who work within maintenance and believe that there are areas within their operation that could be improved with the implementation of a Computerised Maintenance Management System.
MEX software systems are proven to be a valuable tool in the areas of processing plants, factories, building facilities and contract maintenance services.
By attending this free Maintenance Software Seminar delegates will gain an understanding of why and how a CMMS can be utilised in their organisation. The topics covered in the seminar are:
* What is a CMMS?
* The Benefits of a CMMS
* Setting up of your System
* System Management
* MEX core functionality and System Demonstration
Maintenance Experts is an Australian owned company with over 13 years dedicated to the provision of maintenance applications and software, and over 4000 MEX users worldwide.