Get more value from your CMMS (Part II): Integrations for improving machine health

You may be surprised by how supercharged your CMMS can be when connected to more powerful sensors, software, and other compatible systems. Your CMMS is designed to support maintenance and reliability, and the outcomes only get better with systems that interoperate. Integrations can be painless and can set your company up for years to come. In this webinar, senior solutions engineer Michael Mills and Fluke Reliability colleagues Mike Ciocys, Jeremy Guo, and Brian Harrison demonstrate the robust synergies of integrating eMaint CMMS with VibGuard IIoT for vibration monitoring and analysis, Fluke Connect sensors for condition monitoring, and Fluke Connect2Assets software for data integration. This is part two of a two-part, CMMS-focused webinar series.

Michael Mills, Senior Solutions Engineer, Fluke Reliability
Mike Ciocys, Prüftechnik U.S. Technical Service and Support Manager, Fluke Reliability
Jeremy Guo, eMaint Sales Engineer, Fluke Reliability
Brian Harrison, Industry Lead for IIoT, 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.

Mike Ciocys is the Prüftechnik U.S. Technical Service and Support Manager for Fluke Reliability. His Prüftechnik career began during his college years in 2009 as a member of its co-op program. After time as a Senior Alignment Engineer and an Application Engineer, he was promoted to his current role in 2016. He launched the Technical Support department in 2016 and continues to manage it. Ciocys obtained his CAT III Vibration Analyst certification in 2019 and his Certified Reliability Leader certificate in 2016. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Temple University.

Jeremy Guo is a Solutions Engineer with Fluke Reliability. He joined Fluke in 2017, specializing in software management system and condition monitoring tools. He has worked closely with Fluke Reliability’s electrical and vibration tools and sensors teams and the software management teams, participated in several internal startup and innovation teams, and holds nearly a decade of experience in the software management space.

Brian Harrison is the Industry IIoT Lead for Fluke Reliability. He has more than 10 years of enterprise asset management experience, applying best-of-breed solutions and current industry-leading practices. He has worked on enterprise projects across industries, including the public sector, manufacturing, and aviation. Deploying a blend of EAM, Mobile, and IIoT solutions, he has delivered high-value projects leveraging reliability-centered maintenance (RCM) to support ISO55001, CBM, and ICM.

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Original session held on March 24, 2021

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