FOUR WAYS YOU CAN BENEFIT FROM EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT
Automated data collection and reporting lets you see what your real costs are, so you can take concrete steps to reduce them.
Find and eliminate unproductive idle time to reduce fuel costs and limit total machine hours for improved resale value.
Spot and fix small problems before they develop into major failures to save big on service costs.
Keep up with maintenance schedules to maximize machine life and reduce total owning and operating costs.
When you can see exactly where your machines are and when they’re due for maintenance, you can make better, more informed decisions.
Find the best time to bring a machine in for service or preventive repairs.
Decide how you can move equipment around between jobs so it doesn’t sit idle.
Determine whether you can take a machine off of a job and still meet your deadline.
Technologies can tell you a lot about how well and how much your people are working…and how they should be working instead.
Monitor your operators to see who is running their machines like a pro and who could use some more training.
Allocate service personnel so they stay busy without becoming overtasked.
Reward good performance to promote employee pride and a culture of safety
Equipment data helps you deal with day-to-day uncertainties more effectively. You can use it to:
Track machine locations to help keep your equipment safe and secure.
Get accurate feedback on your operations to make tighter, more competitive bids.
Decide when to replace older equipment to get the most advantageous deal for your business.
Maintain regulatory compliance to avoid fines and complications.