Efficient Maintenance With Conmitto CMMS

No more should maintenance teams keep a decentralized record of asset repair and maintenance they perform, miss a scheduled maintenance, or lose track of previous maintenance activities. With a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), you can guarantee fluid and efficient maintenance of all your organization’s assets.

What is a CMMS?

A CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) is a software that helps industries improve the efficiency of organization-wide asset maintenance management. From simple asset stock records to maintenance scheduling and tracking, and recording asset maintenance history, a CMMS takes the guess-work away from asset maintenance.

Conmitto designs simple-to-use, sophisticated CMMS tailored to help your organization:

Assign, monitor, and complete maintenance work orders
Using a CMMS, managers can now create maintenance work orders to identify a faulty machine, assign a technician to fix it, and be notified when the technician marks the order as “complete”.  

Perform timely preventive maintenance
A CMMS can help your team schedule routine preventive maintenance work, send out notifications to team members involved, and improve productivity. The CMMS scheduling capabilities help managers spread out maintenance work orders so there are no missed preventive maintenance activities.

Log-in and track urgent maintenance requests
Maintenance teams often receive proactive, unplanned and often urgent maintenance requests from equipment or facility users. It is the CMMS that helps the maintenance team record, assess, assign and track these requests until completion.

Safely record asset history
A CMMS helps to ensure your organization’s maintenance history and processes are not employee-dependent. This means that through the CMMS, maintenance successes are easily replicated by any technician who has access to view the asset history log in the CMMS to avoid complications.

Manage maintenance inventory
The Conmitto CMMS system holds inventory records to help ensure maintenance tools, gears, replacement parts are always tracked, and in stock.

Enforce maintenance accountability.
CMMS systems enable proper audits of a maintenance team’s work history, documenting all assets usage, repairs and replacements. An auditor or inspector can ascertain if maintenance was properly carried out at different points on different machines.

Cloud-based CMMS
A cloud-based CMMS software deployment makes the full capabilities of the CMMS available to authorized team members anywhere in the world through an internet-enabled computer. This deployment model allows the CMMS software provider do the heavy-lifting of design, hosting, security, maintenance, and backup of the CMMS data. With the cloud-based CMMS deployment, your CMMS is updated automatically and frequently.

Why cloud-based CMMS?

A cloud-based CMMS has the following advantages:

  • Cost-effectiveness: having a cloud-based CMMS eliminates the cost to set up and run on-premises servers, requesting and effecting updates, and maintaining an on-site support personnel.
  • Safer, smarter: enjoy the freedom of never having to worry about the safety of your servers and data with the latest encryption methods.
  • Manage multiple sites with one tool: a cloud-based CMMS lets you manage all your assets from multiple sites around the world with one CMMS.
  • Carry your CMMS everywhere you go: managers don’t have to be on-site to create, assign and schedule work orders. With a cloud-based CMMS, you can use and track assets and work orders from your mobile device, tablet or personal computer anywhere.


What are the benefits of a CMMS?

Less downtime, more productivity

CMMS makes preventive maintenance scheduling easy and consistent to keep your machines up and running, thus increasing productivity.

Better planning, lower cost:

Inventory function enhances proactive and planned maintenance inventory supply thereby cutting extra costs often incurred from emergency inventory purchases.

Reduced redundancy, less overtime:

The work order and task management feature of a CMMS helps to reduce staff redundancy, improve timeliness, and cuts the need for overtime.

Reliable data recording, better analysis, and planning:

Asset and work data records stored on the CMMS provides managers with data for in-depth analysis, performance assessment, and smart planning.

More accountability, overall efficiency:

CMMS enforces accountability as it keeps track of tasks, completion time, inventory, asset repairs, maintenance costs and a number of additional useful metrics that promote overall organizational efficiency.

Agile manufacturing:

CMMS is an invaluable tool to help maintenance teams across an organization respond quickly to keep assets in top shape for manufacturing demands while retaining quality and controlling cost.