Get more value from your CMMS (Part I): Best usage models for business impact and user adoption

Some of the most game-changing features and usages of a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) often get overlooked. That’s a drag on your ROI and can be rectified by simple instruction and training. In this webinar, Michael Mills, a senior solutions engineer for Fluke Reliability, breaks down a typical company’s CMMS usage model. Then, he demonstrates how easy it is to add inventory control, condition monitoring, mobility, and other functions to your CMMS practices. Multiple people on the team stand to gain from small changes as system visibility and familiarity increases. This is part one of a two-part, CMMS-focused webinar series.

Michael Mills, Senior Solutions Engineer, Fluke Reliability

Michael Mills is a Senior Solutions Engineer with Fluke Reliability. He focuses on CMMS/EAM and condition monitoring software, sanitization software, and Fluke’s IIoT devices. His vast CMMS/EAM experience ranges across roles such as Customer Success Manager, Solutions Engineer, subject-matter expert on integrated systems, and providing solutions for Workplace Safety, Packaging, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Public Sector, and Utilities.

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Original session held on March 17, 2021

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