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MAPCON CASE STUDIES

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Case Study: Conestoga Energy

Planning, prioritization of repairs ensures critical machines are looked at first

According to Maintenance Manager Allen Bryant, Conestoga begins planning for their annual plant shutdown three months beforehand. While planning, work orders and preventive maintenance tasks can be entered into MAPCON under a project, which keeps shutdown tasks and costs separate from regular work. While planning, prioritization of the repairs is done. This ensures critical machines are looked at first. Read the whole story…

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Case Study: Corteva Agriscience

Workers needed a system they could use to track and maintain inventory

Initially, Corteva used a hybrid maintenance management system which had limited maintenance management capabilities, and no inventory tracking. The system was relatively cumbersome and not at all user-friendly, and users found it difficult to get accurate maintenance reporting metrics. Workers needed a system they could use to track and maintain inventory items, which was something their hybrid system just couldn’t do. Read the whole story…

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Case Study: Garden City, Kansas

How Can a Local Government Get Control Over Costs?

Originally, they maintained all 3.5 million dollars worth of inventory through a home-grown internal system created by one of their I.T. employees. All purchase orders and work orders had to be done on paper, which proved difficult to track. Their old system got the job done in the beginning, but as the city started to grow, so did their maintenance, inventory, and purchasing management needs. Read the whole story…

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Case Study: Red Star Yeast

What is the Best Way to Migrate from Excel to a Professional CMMS?

When the plant first opened in 2005, they did not have a dedicated maintenance management system in place, so they used Excel spreadsheets, which caused a number of issues. For instance, one of the major problems with the spreadsheet were how repairs and inventory were tracked and managed. The spreadsheets made it very difficult to find anything, and there was a lot of duplicate information. Read the whole story…

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