Maintenance has Evolved from reactive simple preventive maintenance to sophisticated philosophies that rely on condition monitoring, data analysis, and key performance indicators that help maintenance become proactive and hold the line on costs in the complex environment that maintenance is performed today. Unfortunately most "so called" EAM vendors do not understand what EAM really means.
Today Enterprise Asset Management is supported by CMMS, current philosophies such as TPM, RCM, and all the systems in the entire enterprise that together provide the data to support the complex problems faced by today’s modern maintenance groups.
Gaining momentum Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) has risen to become a philosophy that focuses on critical equipment monitoring and a proactive approach eclipsing the reactive basis of CMMS.
TPM a philosophy and practice born in Japan reshaped for use in North America with a heavy focus on Team building (maint. & prod.) as well as operator performed maintenance
The late 1960’s thru the 70’s gave rise to Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS), relying heavily on Preventive Maintenance and Corrective Maintenance more reactive than proactive
Enterprise Asset Management is supported by Computerized Maintenance Management Systems, current philosophies such as Total Productive Maintenance and Reliability Centered Maintenance, and all the systems in the entire enterprise that together provide the data to support the complex problems faces by today’s modern maintenance groups.
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