MaintMaster blog - 10 September 2019


Autumn trainings 2019

Autumn trainings 2019

We hope you’ve had a great vacation, welcome back to an exciting fall! If you haven’t already done so, it’s time to plan for the courses that you or your colleagues will attend this fall. For many, fall is as much a new start as is the New year. We can see this because the …

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MaintMaster blog - 5 September 2019


Economic benefits of using SaaS

Economic benefits of using SaaS

We are frequently asked about the difference between a SaaS and an on-the-premises service/ product. In today’s post we want to highlight the economic benefits of using a SaaS service. No hidden costs Roughly speaking, on-the-premises systems account for only 10 percent of the total cost of their product. A much larger portion (90 percent) …

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MaintMaster blog - 28 August 2019


Measure downtime or number of downtimes?

Measure downtime or number of downtimes?

There are countless books describing key performance indicators that are used to measure and to influence. We recommend using a few for each part of the business, to measure and influence correctly. OEE (Overall Equipment Efficiency) is a great figure, and it can be used as an overall key performance indicator. But it can be …

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MaintMaster blog - 22 August 2019


Maintenance fair in Stuttgart 2019

Maintenance fair in Stuttgart 2019

In just 2 months, it’s time for the Industrial Fair in Stuttgart. Thanks to the awesome reception and the great interest we received in Dortmund, we will be in Stuttgart, ready to meet you! We see the fair as a meeting place for everyone who works with maintenance. Therefore, we are looking forward to meeting …

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MaintMaster blog - 15 August 2019


Keep track on upcoming trainings

Keep track on upcoming trainings

Planning and keeping track of training courses and activities scheduled for your maintenance staff is often a lot of work. Wouldn’t it be great if you could do it all in your maintenance system? Well, in MaintMaster you can easily enter when your staff need to go on refresher courses, extend licenses and so forth. …

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MaintMaster blog - 7 August 2019


Why MaintMaster?

Why MaintMaster?

We think that the power of a Maintenance Management System comes when it’s truly used. And to be used, it needs to be flexible enough to adapt to all your needs. It’s quite rare in our business that a supplier puts trust in its users, trusting them to know what’s needed and making the tools …

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MaintMaster blog - 23 July 2019


Breath to relax

Breath to relax

I read that the easiest way to relax, unwind and feel better is deep breathing. Apparently you can fool the body by doing what you want to achieve backwards. You can smile when you feel sad and your body will make you a little happier and you can breathe as if you were knocked out …

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MaintMaster blog - 11 July 2019


Why does MaintMaster increase the number of faults?

Why does MaintMaster increase the number of faults?

A problem that I have experienced in my role as maintenance manager is the difficulty in getting everyone to place orders and report in systems. It is much easier to call a technician, describe the problem and let them fix it. Then it’s no longer my responsibility … Do you recognize this behavior? This method …

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MaintMaster blog - 27 June 2019


Summer greetings from Support

Summer greetings from Support

4,300 – since last year’s summer greeting that’s the number we’ve increased and in total, we are 29,000! It’s not only the users who’ve increased in the last 12 months. Here at MaintMaster Support we’re also more people working, and there will be some changes during the summer and autumn. Among other things, I will …

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MaintMaster blog - 25 June 2019


Meeting a reference – Tekniska Verken

Meeting a reference – Tekniska Verken

Tekniska Verken AB in Linköping collects and processes household waste on behalf of Linköping County. In addition to waste from neighboring areas, Tekniska Verken also sells its services to Norway and the UK. Waste is shipped to Norrköping and then driven by truck to the facilities in Linköping. In addition to waste management, Tekniska Verken …

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