MAINPAC has released a suite of new applications that will support the emerging discipline of business-driven maintenance and asset management.
The newest release of Mainpac's foundation computerised maintenance management system (CMMS) features more than 150 enhancements to functionality and navigation.
The system is now complemented by a comprehensive asset register and a balanced scorecard and data warehouse facility.
These applications enable all tiers of management to support CEOs in meeting the so-called triple bottom line goals of economic, social, and environmental sustainability.
Version 6 of Mainpac continues the evolution of an Australian software system that has a customer base of more than 800 sites in local and international markets.
The new version of the core CMMS includes functional and navigational enhancements to maintenance management, inventory control, purchasing, remote job entry, document register, rotables, tyre management and import/export utilities.
Mainpac's new Asset Register can be used standalone or in conjunction with the CMMS. It records all assets to track whole of life costs, supports 'keep or replace' decisions and obviates the need to use and manage cumbersome spreadsheets.
The Asset Register provides a Total Asset Management view of an asset or group of assets. Combining maintenance costs with financial costs and key performance indicators (KPIs) such as condition, downtime, utilisation and production, enables analysis of asset contribution and life-cycle planning.
Mainscore and a data warehouse provide senior management with a set of graphical indicators to compare maintenance outcomes across the organisation, map performance changes and highlight opportunities for improvement.