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A CMMS is designed to give facility managers a full picture of the systems and equipment in every area of the building. That way when an issue arises, they have all the information they need to solve the problem. Unfortunately, many CMMS are not populated with complete data.
Facility managers are being pulled in so many directions that the idea of preventative maintenance feels impossible. The good news is that the computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) they already use to create, and track work orders can help.
By optimizing the CMMS, facility managers can cut utility costs, streamline operations, and even stay on top of preventive maintenance. Read more in our Blog, Master Preventive Maintenance by Optimizing your CMMS!
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ADA is a complicated regulation and full compliance can be expensive. Also, some facility managers may be operating under the false assumption that their facilities are grandfathered when there is no such thing with ADA. All public facilities were mandated to begin “readily achievable barrier removal” on January 26, 1992, regardless of when they were designed, constructed and/or renovated.