MaintMaster blog - 2 July 2020


Job interval management

Job interval management

From version 8.11 of MaintMaster, we have made a change in how to create and manage intervals for recurrent jobs. If you edit an interval and do that wrong, you change all recurrent original jobs with this interval, with possible major consequences. In previous versions of MaintMaster you specified the interval for each recurrent job. …

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MaintMaster blog - 1 January 2020


Alerts and Notifications

Alerts and Notifications

Sometimes you want to get a notification when something important happens. With notifications in MaintMaster you make it possible for your users to be in full control even if they’re not working in the system. For example, if your contractors are not connected to MaintMaster all the time, it can be useful to get an …

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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 - 12 February 2019


Responsible rules – MaintMaster support!

Responsible rules – MaintMaster support!

For many users there’s a problem not knowing who to send a job to because the list is too long, and who to send to depends on factors such as time of the day, machine, priority, weekday etc. Recognize the problem? Luckily you can add rules for responsible, a function that provide users with right …

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MaintMaster blog - 8 October 2018


Get started with purchase orders

Get started with purchase orders

MaintMaster contains a Purchase Order module, as you probably know. It helps you handle purchases, and you could also get automatic help with what you need to buy. One of the functions is that in the selection “time to order” you will be notified on what items you need to order.   Before you start …

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MaintMaster blog - 25 September 2018


Order in stockroom

Order in stockroom

A prerequisite for a well-functioning stockroom is good order, not only in shelves and lockers, but also in your system. There are several activities that you can do to get or maintain a good order. It is: – Routines – Withdrawals – Inventory – Technical support – 5S Routines: The most important part of having …

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