The Smart Way To Do More With Less
Organizations that can maintain a clear view of their assets and accurately track different cost categories associated with them are in a much better position to manage their assets' total cost of ownership from requisition to retirement. Services Information and Management System (SIMS) is an enterprise asset management software suite that will allow your organization to proactively manage your assets to keep them aligned with business strategies, reduce your total cost of ownership and improve regulatory compliance
Accurately Track Your Costs
SIMS gives you the ability to automate your equipment maintenance system, monitor operating costs, and schedule future maintenance with this flexible easy to use program, including the ability to accurately track equipment maintenance history and identify certain repair patterns to make necessary cost saving decisions. SIMS integrates preventive maintenance work orders, scheduled work orders, and inventory control to reduce equipment downtime, improve resource utilization, and streamline your service operations.
Equipment maintenance control software, like all properly applied tools, will result in greater productivity by increasing up-time and reducing unplanned downtime, but only if the system you use serves you and not itself. This is where SIMS leaves other systems behind!
SIMS is the core of our Field Service and IT departments. All equipment inventory, maintenance, and cost accounting are tracked through the SIMS software...
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For a limited time, we are offering a free seat of our SIMS Hosted Solution, for each seat that you purchase. Our hosted solution is an easy and affordable option for any size organization...
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While the core concepts of Lean have been around since the early 1900's, it didn't become the dominant strategy until the 1990's. In short, Lean is about eliminating waste in any business process. Waste comes in many forms. Materials, time, idle equipment and inventory are all factors in waste.
The Lean concept takes a system approach to business processes. The core elements of a plant or facility: people, machines, and materials are all interdependent.
Technology plays a major role in helping businesses achieve 'Lean' status. It is only through the use of information that companies can identify and eradicate waste in their operations.