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June 21, 2024

Maintenance Success With The MAPCON Academy

Have you heard about The MAPCON Academy?

The MAPCON Academy provides a wealth of training information in the form of short instructional videos.

Have you ever watched a how-to video online and then said, "That wasn't so hard, I can do that!" Now, you can learn the same way with MAPCON.

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Going through each of the modules in The Academy, users can learn at their own pace how to properly enter data in the system. You'll learn best practices, that will provide insight into features that may have previously been unknown.

Help your maintenance team become more efficient and productive when it comes to closing work orders and tracking everything involved to get the job done.

From equipment to parts to purchasing, The Academy will guide you along the way. Want to learn more about Failure Analysis, creating Checklists, or how to count spare parts and inventory? Al this and more are now available as training videos from experienced instructors from Mapcon Technologies.

Contact us today and let us know that you would like to experience The MAPCON Academy. We’ll get you set up with a login and create your very own training course that you can view at your own pace and track your progress.

MAPCON Support: 800-223-4791 or email MAPCON Support

 

     
Stephen Brayton
       

About the Author – Stephen Brayton

       

Stephen L. Brayton is a Marketing Associate at Mapcon Technologies, Inc. He graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College with a degree in Communications. His background includes radio, hospitality, martial arts, and print media. He has authored several published books (fiction), and his short stories have been included in numerous anthologies. With his joining the Mapcon team, he ventures in a new and exciting direction with his writing and marketing. He’ll bring a unique perspective in presenting the Mapcon system to prospective companies, as well as our current valued clients.

       

Filed under: maintenance, maintenance management, CMMS — Stephen Brayton on June 21, 2024