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CMMS implementation: tips and pitfalls to avoid

The implementation of CMMS is a crucial stage in the computer-assisted maintenance management project, where all the tim

e invested upstream pays off.
Benefit from implementation support

Without adequate support, the failure rate for implementing a CMMS can reach 50%. We see this every day when we meet maintenance managers who are still bogged down in a previous poorly managed CMMS project.

DSDSystem capitalizes more than 20 years of experience in maintenance management and 10 years of development of its CMMS software, during which it carried dozens of very different CMMS projects until success.

This expertise is put to use during the implementation of Altair Enterprise and will allow you to avoid the pitfalls that can undermine your CMMS project until the last moment.

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The main pitfalls to avoid

1. Badly prepared data. CMMS software structures the data so as to access it more efficiently thereafter, which presupposes an organization of the data before its import.

DSDSystem provides you with tools that greatly facilitate the integration of data into the CMMS, in order to be more quickly operational.

2. Reluctant staff. We cannot impose a (r) evolution of the work tool without preparing those who will benefit from it.

DSDSystem, an approved training organization, initiates your users in real conditions, shows tips that make life easier at work and offers in-depth training at any time.

3. A precipitous migration. It is better to change the system gradually, process by process, in order to avoid confusion in the service.

DSDSystem lice will help you to set up your processes and optimize the CMMS step by step. This assistance is very useful for large-scale projects.

4. Non-existent follow-up. A CMMS that does not evolve with your needs will end up being neglected, and forgotten …

Altair Enterprise is a CMMS born from the needs of the profession and evolving with the problems of its users, integrating new functional responses to each version.