CMMS


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AcronymDefinition
CMMSComputerized Maintenance Management System (aka Computer Maintenance Mangement System)
CMMSComputerized Maintenance Management Software
CMMSComputer Maintenance Management Systems
CMMSCenter for Medicare and Medicaid Services
CMMSConference Manuscript Management System (software; International Federation of Automatic Control)
CMMSConceptual Model of the Mission Space
CMMSCenter for Multilingual Multicultural Studies
CMMSCentre for Mechanics of Micro-Systems
CMMSCorps Materiel Management System
CMMSComprehensive Military Medical Surveillance
CMMSCentral Maine Morning Sentinel
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A CMMS is not just a means of controlling maintenance; it is one of the primary tools that improves the productivity of maintenance.
His CMMS, from vendor TMA Systems, tracks maintenance and repairs.
It is not unusual to see a maintenance organization implement a new Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) with the hopes that this new computer software will improve plant reliability.
Essentially, Zeiss engineers have developed a dynamic bending model of the entire system--the machine and the probe head--for its scanning CMMs. Not only does the probe bend when it is being moved across a workpiece during scanning--and Legacy points out that when measuring things like the inside of automatic transmission cases the probes can be 600-to 800-mm long, and consequently liable to bend--but there is another aspect that needs to be taken into account: "You have to understand the dynamic bending in the machine itself.
The project executive also handles work-order close-out, which includes ensuring all required inspections are accomplished and all job order accounting and work data are input into the CMMS.
Computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) are proving a great boon to food plants struggling to wring the most out of every maintenance dollar.
Also available is the CMMS User Handbook, written to help users justify, plan for, compare, select, implement, and use a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS).
Maintenance organizations review CMMS software program benefits and conclude it is the solution to resolving their maintenance headaches.
It was, therefore, decided that the Columbia Mental Maturity Scale (CMMS: Burgemeister, Blum, & Lorge, 1972) may well be adapted in Pakistan, rather than constructing altogether another/new test of similar shape and design.
Computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) is typically a software package premeditated to preserve a computer database for a business's human resources operations and maintenance functions.
Chicago, IL, June 01, 2019 --(PR.com)-- CMMS Data Group is proud to announce the promotion of Jonathan Clark to chief operating officer (COO).