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February 26, 2009

Industrial Sand Company Purchased Work Order Software

Wisconsin Industrial Sand purchased a 6 User MAPCON Computerized Maintenance Management System. MAPCON's Work Order system, Bill of Material feature and the ease at which information is able to be extracted were some of the reasons they chose MAPCON for their CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System). For many years employees at Wisconsin Industrial Sand carried all the information on equipment in their minds. Their goal is to have all that information at their fingertips.

Wisconsin Industrial Sand (WIS) is a division of Fairmount Minerals. WIS mines industrial sand primarily used in the oil and gas industry. Through their state of the art processes their quality and consistency are the reasons industrial companies depend on them.

MAPCON is assisting them in keeping that quality high. By building a bill of materials for equipment in MAPCON they are able to see if other locations that use MAPCON have the part that they may need to fix a piece of equipment. That way they are able to keep their plants up and running.

Welcome to the MAPCON Family, Wisconsin Industrial Sand!


Chris Kane

About the Author – Chris Kane

Chris Kane is a management consultant and former business owner with broad experience in marketing and sales in service industries. He is also a former U.S. Army infantry officer and avid outdoorsman, including rock climbing and motorcycle riding.

Since 2008, Chris has been involved in web consultation for one of the original and most innovative Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) software development firms in the industry. He especially understands how best to articulate the purpose and uses of CMMS software for potential end users across the globe. Kane appreciates and smoothly details the compelling financial and customer satisfaction advantages of CMMS software as do few others in the maintenance management field.

Filed under: Industrial Sand, work order software — Chris Kane on February 26, 2009