We make maintenance more efficient. The maintenance software MAIN-TOOL uncovers weaknesses in your maintenance, optimizes your know-how and thus makes your strengths usable in a more targeted manner.
Maintenance made easy – since 1986.
What does maintenance mean?
Maintenance standards according to DIN 31 051
The goals of maintenance for plant operators are:
Increase in plant availability
Reduction of malfunctions & system failures
improvement of operational safety
forward-looking cost planning
Reduction of maintenance and operating costs
Optimization of operational processes
What difference does mobile maintenance software make?
What tasks does the maintenance software take on?
Definition of maintenance intervals with automatic reminder function
List of work equipment that requires testing, including the responsible persons
Storage of the maintenance and operating instructions
Complete organization of all maintenance tasks
Comprehensive documentation of all maintenance measures
All functional areas at a glance
The inspection is necessary to record the condition and the functional check of all objects. It can be seen whether maintenance measures are necessary in order to be able to avoid subsequent repairs.
Maintenance is for prevention, to prevent signs of wear and tear. The cleaning of machines, refilling of operating materials and lubricants as well as readjustment are also relevant. The maintenance software never overlooks maintenance intervals.
Malfunctions of individual elements can be eliminated by repair. This maintains efficiency and productivity and prevents failures.
If, despite inspection, maintenance and troubleshooting, defects occur, repairs come into play. Wearing parts are exchanged, defective components are replaced or repaired. The functionality is therefore retained.
The optimization with the digital software serves to increase safety, reliability and productivity. In this way, the machines and systems can be optimally used.
Maintenance software contributes to added value
Advantages of mobile maintenance software
Automated tracking and scheduling of maintenance activities enables service providers to act early, reducing downtime and increasing operational efficiencies.
Maintenance applications can be easily and practically automated with CMMS software. Service calls for planned maintenance are monitored and completed work orders are converted directly into invoices.
The software provides all the data to identify all inefficient processes and costly assets and to define cost-effective maintenance strategies. The service life is extended by the mobile maintenance software. Entrepreneurs therefore contribute to environmental protection and can save costs for new devices.
All maintenance issues ever recorded and actions taken to resolve an issue – are available. The data displayed can be adapted to changing requirements at any time. Reports are created and customized by the report generator.
Thanks to the mobility of the software, all maintenance tasks can be conveniently viewed by anyone on a tablet or cell phone, no matter where the employees and those responsible are located. Objects, spare parts, orders and error messages can be scanned. Photos can be taken via a built-in camera and automatically stored with the respective data set.
Are you a Microsoft Dynamics NAV user and would like to find out whether your requirements can be implemented with MAIN-TOOL and evaluate our mobile solutions on your own infrastructure?
Are you a Microsoft Dynamics NAV partner and cannot yet estimate the scope of a MAIN-TOOL project, the general process and the feasibility of various requirements?
For these cases, we are happy to offer you our MAIN-TOOL Quick-Start package, consisting of:
Recording of faults and defects that are discovered during controls or reported by employees.
Creation of ad hoc orders after immediate troubleshooting to document the activity and the required effort.
Processing assigned orders (including orders only with department assignment) and recording the required expenses.
Reporting back results of checklist queries in the course of order processing.
Recording the working time spent on a maintenance activity.
Recording of used material for a maintenance activity.
Execution of warehouse processes such as inventory, material confirmation, transfer or goods receipt.
Retrieve item information on stock and storage location, item descriptions and much more.
Acquisition of new technical objects to supplement the plant structure.