Understanding the Importance of Solid MRO Foundational Data

Join John Ferguson (CMRP) to learn more about the risks associated when there is no emphasis on data quality and accuracy.

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Understanding the Importance of Solid MRO Foundational Data

Join John Ferguson (CMRP) to learn more about the risks associated when there is no emphasis on data quality and accuracy.

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Would your executive management allow operating your company’s financial or payroll systems with a partial, incomplete and/or inaccurate Chart of Accounts, Personnel Master, Tax Tables, etc.? Of course not! So many organizations do not apply the same logical and sound business decisions to an equally important and costly part of their business as it is with MRO (Maintenance, Repair&Operations). The unfortunate fact is that companies do not understand the positive effects of managing their MRO foundational data with the same rigor as their financial data.

This Best Practices Webinar recording from eMaint features John Ferguson, CMRP, and will outline the following:
• Risks associated with the lack of emphasis put on MRO data quality
• Importance of having solid MRO Foundational Data
• The business benefits companies gain from partnering with industry experts

Original session held on March 21, 2013

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2018-03-23T17:20:12+00:00July 23, 2015|Proactive maintenance|