Through our in house capabilities we are able to provide software developed to customer requirements, ensuring an end system that is powerful, flexible and easy to use.
We liaise with customers to produce their system, not one “off the peg”. To date we have provided systems in the fields of:
- Computerised Maintenance
- Delay Analysis
- Management Information (please see more information below)
- Diagnostic Analysis (Expert Systems)
- Production Efficiency
- Main Frame / PC Data
- Interchange and Processing
- Maintenance Costing and Invoicing
- Health Care Administration
In software terms, Maintenance Manager a visual application designed around a data centred model, sounds wonderful !!, so what does it mean. The software enables users to effectively apply a maintenance schedule to any plant system, this is achieved by structuring up to five visual plant levels and accessing the data via a series of pictures or ‘ bitmaps ‘.
Information on the plant is held in a relational database and this ‘ data ‘ is speedily accessed from the series of bitmaps. The data can also be displayed via a ‘ treed ‘ structure, presenting a hierarchy of the plant and information such as plant specification , reports, reports etc. all attached to these levels.
A key feature of the system is its ease of use, being structured on plant diagrams, users quickly become familiar with the layout of the system and are easily able to gain access to the information contained in the database. The system has the ability to evolve as the needs of the business change, allowing alteration of schedules and changes in structure.
In operation, the system is designed to minimise the amount of ‘ keyboard ‘ work, with access to all information being controlled by a simple ‘ point and click ‘. This is further developed in both the issue and the feedback of information, where the system applies a logic based on exception. The system does not need to be told ‘ what is right ‘, but only ‘ what is wrong ‘ and when a maintenance schedule has been completed and must be ‘ fed back ‘ into the system, only tasks with comments on require further narrative and hence the use of the keyboard.
Containing all the features demanded by modern industry but not requiring the dexterity of on octopus to operate, Maintenance Manager is an essential tool, but not an extra burden for those in the maintenance game.