The Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) or Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) is essential to optimize and integrate the maintenance operations of any power generation facility. By complementing operating history, the CMMS provides plant and asset managers with the historical maintenance information required to make effective O&M decisions and achieve superior asset performance and longevity.
A well implemented CMMS:
- improves plant availability
- reduces overall maintenance costs
- optimizes scheduled work order management and purchasing
- enhances equipment, inventory, spare parts, and corrective maintenance management
- generates timely and accurate reports for a complete picture of maintenance activities
NAES Delivers the CMMS Expertise You Need!
NAES has implemented all major CMMS platforms and applications throughout its fleet of power plants, and has conducted conversions and upgrades at more than 30 facilities. NAES delivers a robust, reliable, and easy-to-use CMMS flexible enough to accommodate changing business processes and growing needs.
CMMS Configuration - Using proven best practices and conventions specific to the power generation industry, NAES configures numbering systems, sets up component, location, and system hierarchies, defines useful classifications, and links equipment with spare parts.
CMMS Implementation - NAES provides an all encompassing, turnkey implementation including database development with data migration and/or data loading, onsite software installation and setup, conversions, and upgrades. NAES also integrates the CMMS with purchasing, inventory and accounting systems.
Maintenance Plan - NAES can also create a comprehensive preventive maintenance (PM) plan, including maintenance instructions, and integrate that data into the CMMS.
Training - NAES provides effective onsite training for users at any level, including system administrators, by incorporating live production data into every CMMS module.
Support - NAES provides CMMS support that is as local as the telephone, email, and the Web including remote access and Web-based collaboration technologies, such as virtual private networks, WebEx and GoToAssist.