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How to Measure the Efficiency of Your Maintenance Program

Making headway with maintenance and fleet management budgets today requires that companies start collecting and leveraging big data to drive their decisions. This is what makes comprehensive software for asset management a tactical investment; it’s a tool for making informed … Continue reading

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The Importance of CMMS in the Agriculture Industry

In honor of National Agriculture Day, the maintenance experts at ManagerPlus have put together an overview of how a strong Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) can dramatically improve efficiencies, increase uptime, reduce cost, increase safety, and simplify regulatory compliance in … Continue reading

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ManagerPlus Highlights Facilities Management Imperatives Ahead of NFMT Show

There is just one day left until the NFMT tradeshow in Baltimore, and the ManagerPlus team is excited to give attendees a first-hand look at our easy-to-use, powerful software products. Proper, routine maintenance is key to ensuring that facilities are functioning … Continue reading

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ManagerPlus Looks Forward to a Big 2013

ManagerPlus held its first all-hands company meeting of the year today to discuss the rapid growth ManagerPlus has experienced to date, and to recognize the outstanding performance of key members of the ManagerPlus team. ManagerPlus is committed to continually enhancing … Continue reading

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10 Tips to Keep Your Fleet on the Road

Whether you’re managing a handful of cars and trucks or an entire fleet of diverse vehicles, the success or failure of your maintenance program (and therefore your budget) is dependent on the little details. If they aren’t already, these 10 … Continue reading

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Improving Scheduled Maintenance to Ensure Mining Safety

Mining safety should always be at the forefront of everyone’s mind, from the operators all the way back to the office staff. From 2000 to 2008, there were 14 fatalities in coal mines related to poor maintenance of mining equipment. … Continue reading

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