Ryan Chan

UpKeep Update: Multi-Site Module

Today, we are so excited to announce the launch of the Multi-Site Module! 

Cautionary Tales: How to Prepare for large breakdowns

Millions of gallons of raw sewage and untreated runoff have poured into the United States' second-largest estuary since a massive sewage treatment plant experienced equipment failures that forced it to stop fully treating Seattle's waste.

Phil Zito

Meet Phil Zito, an expert in the facility management industry. Phil Zito is taking his knowledge he has gained over the last ten years, and is building a business that teaches other facility managers how to run an efficient facility. He is currently busy putting together a new course, always focused on how he can improve the education of others in the field.

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Asset Management Modelling and Example Models

Asset management is big business amongst asset heavy businesses and having systems in place to control a large number of expensive machines and equipment is the most value-added way for such an enterprise of dealing with its maintenance and long-term viability.  We have seen that there are a number of approaches to a maintenance program, all of which have advantages and disadvantages.  The fundamental levels of maintenance have been dealt with in previous blog posts, and break down into a series of incremental steps, each with increased levels of interaction, and – it has to be said – cost.  The levels break down roughly as

UpKeep for Maximo

We knew on day one that mobility for enterprise work order and asset management could be improved tremendously which is why we built UpKeep. However, today we announce our newest partnership with IBM and specifically Maximo, bringing UpKeep and the same, easy to use application to enterprises around the world.

How to Build a Better Work Order Process

Work Orders are the backbone of a business.  They are used to assign work to various areas and check on the progress of that work, and that there is sufficient resource available to carry out the work.  Without Work Orders, a company might never know what is required, what is started, or when work is completed.

4 Preventive Maintenance Tasks for Your Restaurant Kitchen Equipment

Whether it's through a maintenance plan or routine warranty work, many restaurants have checkups done on their kitchen equipment. But what can you do in the meantime to keep your establishment running smoothly? Here are four preventive maintenance tasks every restaurant should perform regularly on their commercial kitchen equipment.
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